UHA student Brynn Greene has been selected to serve on the MAYOR’S YOUTH COUNCIL (MYCity) for the 2017-18 school year. Selection was determined through an application/interview process coordinated by the Hopkinsville City Council. Brynn has also been elected to serve as secretary of the council.
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Mayor Carter Hendricks presented University Heights Academy’s Future Leaders of America Chapter of the Junior American citizens Club a copy of the 2017 Constitution Week Proclamation. The fifth grade students received their membership cards from Mayor Hendricks and City Council member Terry Parker. Students have placed Constitution Week posters throughout the community to increase awareness. […]
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Congratulations to these UHA 7th grade students who qualified as sixth graders to take the ACT test this year for the Duke TIP program. They have been recognized for having a qualifying score in one or more subtests (English, Math, Science, and Reading) on the Aspire test. Seated, left to right: Isabel Cook and […]
For the eighth straight year, the senior class of University Heights Academy (pictured below) went to Washington, D.C. for Outdoor Education Week. The class of 2018 visited The White House, Arlington Cemetery, toured the Capitol, visited the Archives, went to the Smithsonian Museums, enjoyed the major art galleries on the National Mall, visited the War […]
On Thursday, August 31, 2017, 24 seventh and eighth grade students were inducted into UHA’s Jr. Beta Club. Membership requires a 3.2 GPA at the end of the 6th or 7th grade year. To maintain membership the students must maintain a 3.0 GPA, actively serve in the service projects set up by the club, and […]
Congratulations to these 8th grade students who scored 20 or higher on their ACT exams when they took them in the 7 th grade: Left to right—Emma Perry, Ethan Alexander, Brianne Lacefield, Sophia Maddux, Lauren Sisk, Evan Golladay, and Haiden Hauret.
Notes about traffic for 2017-2018: The construction has caused several changes to our traffic flow while the work proceeds. No normal through traffic or parking behind the building. ALL drop-off and pick-up will be in front or on the north side. Front doors (main entrance and lower school) will be open both morning […]
As a student in the 7th grade at University Heights Academy, Lauren Sisk scored 30 on her ACT exam. Lauren has been notified by the DUKE Tip Program that her scores on the ACT qualify her for Grand Recognition. To qualify for Grand Recognition, students must earn scores that are approximately equal to the 90th […]