University Heights Academy is proud to announce that Ms. Beth Unfried has been named the new Head of School to replace Pam Nunn who is retiring at the end of the 2017-18 school year. Ms. Unfried will begin her new position July 1, 2018. Beth Unfried grew up in Hopkinsville and graduated from Christian County […]
Two University Heights Academy Freshmen, Beth Peebles and Sara Whitman, will once again 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. Students take part in interactive, inquiry-based learning that challenges them to think critically […]
The students auditioned and were selected by their Director to attend the all day event. The honors choir presented a concert as the culminating event of the day. there were 240 seventh through ninth graders from twelve schools and four states in attendance. Pictured are (back row, left to right): Olivia Smiley, Piper Hancock, Ethan […]
UHA sophomore Gabriella Lynn has been notified that she has been accepted into the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science out of Western Kentucky University for the fall term! Congratulations, Gabriella! She will complete her junior and senior high school years living on WKU’s campus and taking courses offered by the college. At […]
Congratulations to the University Heights Academy lower school academic team for placing 1st out of 17 schools in the Regional Governor’s Cup competition on Saturday, March 3 at R. E. Stevenson Elementary School in Russellville, Kentucky. The following students placed in individual written assessments: Jackson Flynn—1st place in Math and 4th place in Arts & […]
On Thursday, February 22, UHA’s Engineering Club sent two teams to Murray State University to compete in TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Math, and Science). The 9th-10th grade team won 1st place, and the 11th-12th grade team placed 2nd. TEAMS is an annual STEM competition challenging students to work collaboratively and apply their math and science […]
Congratulations to these students who participated in the regional Governor’s Cup on Saturday, February 17. Each qualified to participate at the state competition in Louisville on March 17-19. Left to right: Kevli Sheth—4th place, Language Arts; Kelsee Freeman—4th place, Arts & Humanities; Emma Sunderhaus—4th place, Composition; Hemangi Patel—4th place, Math.
University Heights Academy’s lower school academic team won first place at the District 17 Governor’s Cup Academic Competition on Saturday, February 10. Pictured left to right: Brayden Wright, Rudra Patel, Avery Felts, Lily Colip, Logan Miller, Nona Pruitt, Luke Humphries, Skylar Cantrell, Jackson Flynn, Lexi Pollard Here are the results: 1st place overall Quick […]
UHA’s robotics team, the BlazerBots, were named Grand Champion at the Kentucky state FLL championship at Northern Kentucky University on Saturday, February 3. They competed against 48 schools across the state and will be one of two teams representing Kentucky at the 2018 World Festival in Detroit the week of April 25th. The World Festival […]
The UHA Freshman boys won the 2nd Region tournament championship Saturday at Webster Co. The Blazers defeated Union Co. 57-41, Hopkinsville 51-38, and Henderson Co. 50-40 in the championship game to bring home the hardware. The Blazers completed their season with a record of 9-2.