UHA Student Matthew Helphenstine Featured on 2017 Challenge Learning Center Calendar

Matthew Helphenstine’s mission patch design was one of twelve selected for the 2017 Challenger Learning Center calendar.  Each spring after studying about the Earth, sun, and moon, University Heights Academy’s 6th grade Earth science class takes off on a mission to the moon!  Each student applies for a position such as communications, life support, navigation, […]

UHA WINS FIRST PLACE IN RESEARCH AT STATE ROBOTICS COMPETITION

UHA’s middle school Robotics Team is composed of selected 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who compete with EV3 robots through the First Lego League.  Teams must research a real world problem and propose a creative solution, display teamwork skills, explain the innovative design of their robot, and complete robot missions while working against the clock.  […]

UHA MIDDLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC TEAM WINS SECOND PLACE IN THE REGIONAL GOVERNOR’S CUP COMPETITION

Congratulations to the UHA middle school academic team for winning 2nd place in the Regional Governor’s Cup Competition.  Twelve schools competed.  The following students qualified for the State Governor’s Cup Academic Competition based on their performance in the region:  Science—Rohon Desai, 1st place and Lauren Sisk, 3rd place;  Social Studies—Ethan Alexander, 5th place; Arts and […]

Two University Heights Academy 8th Graders, Beth Peebles and Sara Whitman, will be spending their summer with the Duke TIP Summer Studies program.

Two University Heights Academy 8th Graders, Beth Peebles and Sara Whitman, will be spending their summer with the Duke TIP Summer Studies program. The Duke TIP Summer Studies is a three-week residential program for high-achieving young scholars in grades seven through ten. Taking place at thirteen college campuses across the country, Duke TIP’s Summer Studies […]

Four members of University Heights Academy’s Junior American Citizens Club received state recognition for projects submitted in a contest sponsored by the National Junior American Citizens Committee.

Four members of University Heights Academy’s Junior American Citizens Club received state recognition for projects submitted in a contest sponsored by the National Junior American Citizens Committee.  The 2016 theme was “Our National Parks: 100 Years of Service to America”.  Fifth grader Margaret Rinehart won first place for her poster entry.  Classmates Sarah Peebles, Mary […]

DEEYA PATEL RECOGNIZED IN GATTON ACADEMIC COMPETITION

Deeya Patel received Silver Key awards for her poetry, “Ephemeral Beauty,” “Stellar,” “This Place,” and “Vernal,” and an Honorable Mention for her poem “Supernova.” See the following for more information: http://www.wkdzradio.com/pages/23002071.php?contentType=4&contentId=19052158 (ad supported)  

2017 Varsity Governor’s Cup Announcement

On Saturday, January 28, the UHA Varsity Academic Team competed in the annual Governor’s Cup competition hosted this year at Heritage Christian Academy. The Quick Recall team finished second in the district and will advance to the regional competition on Saturday, February 18.  Competing in Quick Recall were:  Garrett Gee, RaAnna Tucker, Hemangi Patel, Kelsee […]

Accepting Resumes for Varsity Tennis Coach

University Heights Academy is accepting applications for Varsity Tennis Coach.  Applicant must be 21 years old and willing to complete KHSAA coaching requirements.  Send your resume to Grant Shouse, UHA Athletic Director, at gshouse@uha-ky.org

University Heights Academy’s Middle School Academic Team won first place at the district Governor’s Cup Academic Competition on Saturday, January 21.

University Heights Academy’s Middle School Academic Team won first place at the district Governor’s Cup Academic Competition on Saturday, January 21. Pictured, front row, left to right: Lauren Sisk, Brianne Lacefield, Palak Patel, Blair Moore, Evan Golladay, Julian Brown Back row: Averie Turner, Beth Peebles, Sam Cotthoff, Rohan Desai, Ethan Alexander, Zohaib Iqbal Here are […]