Back for the 94th year, our Summer Day Camp combines fun and education to create the best summer ever! This camp fills up every year, so be sure to register today! View all our camps at us.edu/summer
Our Junior Kindergarten class is learning about dinosaurs and fossils as part of their current studies! The boys are studying the different types of dinosaurs, how various types of fossils were formed and discovered by paleontologists. They even examined real fossils! 🦕
The US Rock Band, along with teacher Mr. David Kay, united to perform at the local jazz club, Bop Stop, last weekend! The band played original songs and classics from The Who, The Beatles, and Led Zeppelin. Rock on! 🎸🎷
Seventh graders Eric Madureira and Gabe Goldberg placed 2nd and 5th place (respectively) in Middle School Declamation at local Speech & Debate tournament this weekend! During a declamation event, students perform a previously delivered speech using their own voice. Eric delivered Barack Obama’s 2008 Acceptance Speech and Gabe performed “How to Speak So That People Want to Listen” by Nicholas Treasure.
Our US 9-12th grade writing team won first overall in the JustWrite regional tournament championship! The group also won three individual and two additional team awards. JustWrite is a regional interscholastic writing competition that works to inspire, praise, and build confidence in young writers. Congrats, gentlemen!