This year Showcase is shaking things up with a new neighborhood and innovative mural art by Simon Breitbard Fine Arts resident artist AJ Oishi—and the design community is taking notice. Press for the 2018 Decorator Showcase has been glowing, as has the public's response.
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Please click on the page below to read "Champions of Balance," an article featured in the Spring 2018 issue of the UHS Journal about the ways in which UHS student-athletes balance their many commitments and continue to thrive, nearly one year after the grand opening of the Paul Goode Field athletic complex.
UHS, it's time to buy your tickets to the spring musical if you haven't already! This year, Ryan O'Donnell directs A Man of No Importance, a musical set in Dublin in 1964, where bus conductor Alfie Byrne has ambitions to stage Salome, by his hero Oscar Wilde, with his amateur theatre group...
After an extensive national search, Head of School Julia Russell Eells recently announced to the UHS community the appointment of Nathan Lundy as the school's new director of admissions and financial aid.
UHS History Instructor Jesse Berrett's new book, Pigskin Nation, will be published next month by University of Illinois Press. Pigskin Nation explores the deeply intertwined relationship between the NFL and the American political system in the 1960s and 70s.
The University High School faculty, staff, and student body came together last week for our annual Community Day, an opportunity for the school to recognize and celebrate different cultures and communities on our campus and beyond in the greater Bay Area.
Head of School Julia Russell Eells, Assistant Head of School and Dean of Faculty Nasif Iskaner, and Dean of Students Alex Lockett presented University's widely recognized strategic design at the annual National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Conference, held earlier this month in Atlanta.
Art critic, writer, and curator Natasha Boas '82 & P'18 has drawn the praise of numerous critics for her current exhibition at NYU's Grey Art Gallery, entitled Baya: Woman of Algiers, which tells the largely unknown story of artist Baya Mahieddine.