A Tradition of Excellence






UHA seeks to provide educational opportunities that allow all students to achieve to the highest of their abilities.

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Re-enrollment is now Online

Re-enrollment is now live. Current parents will receive an email from Veracross, inviting them to set up their Parent Portal account. If you have any trouble or didn't receive your invitation, please email us at support@uha-ky.org.

RECENT NEWS

Annual Fund

January 11, 2024

The Annual Fund is an important fundraising effort each year and gifts at any level demonstrate our community's commitment to our school's mission.  Simply put, we ask you to donate to enhance the school's budget beyond your tuition dollars.


Annual Fund dollars are used for program improvements in technology, curriculum, professional development, faculty salaries, and more.  Your donation will allow University Heights to provide the best learning experience for our students.


Thank you for your support of our school.


HELP US REACH OUR GOAL

Visit https://UHAGiving.givesmart.com or text "UHAGiving" to 76278

Holiday Performances

December 15th, 2023Watch all of our Holiday Performances on our UTV Youtube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/@universityheightsacademy

Lower School Christmas Program

Middle School Chorus

Upper School Choir

Julia Thomas Signs with FIU

November 17th, 2023

Lady Blazers are 2nd Region Champions

October 26th, 2023

For the first time in school history, the Lady Blazers Volleyball team have advanced to the State Tournament. UHA will host the first round game Monday, October 30th at 7 p.m. at Blazer Gym.

Events Calendar

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Find our live streams on Team1Sports.com. We live stream all of our Home Soccer, Basketball, and Volleyball games when possible using our two Hudl cameras in Blazer Gym and on Givens Field.

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Choose University Heights Academy

"Many schools have multiple grades, but UHA is unique in that arena because students don't go through the day segregated from the other grades, and because of that, all grades benefit. The younger students are able to see high school students during the school day and consequently a bond exists between students across the school. UHA is a K--12 school, which serves to prepare students for college, as well as success in their lives. The school is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States.

Each school year begins with a parent group sponsored Back-to-School Picnic and Fall Fling which is an outdoors game and activity day. After the Fall Fling is an evening for parents by parents who want to contribute to the school through the 100 Club, which is a social where each couple donates $100. Later in the first semester, elementary students have Muffins with Mom on one day and Donuts with Dad on another day, where the student gets to eat breakfast with his or her parents.

In the spring, the elementary teachers run Camp UHA and each class chooses a theme and pursues activities in order to learn more about it. The goal of the elementary grades is for students to develop socially, intellectually, spiritually, and physically. Teachers accommodate different learning styles and difficulties with learning. Students are guided through creative projects in drama, music, and art. They are also given free play time, as well as structured physical education classes. Elementary students go on field trips and teachers are always introducing hands-on experiences to help students learn. The lower school also has a Spanish teacher.

Grades five and below participate in the Governor's Cup, a state contest with a district and regional competition. There are eight divisions and UHA elementary students participate in seven: On-Demand Writing, written tests in science, English, math, social studies, and arts/humanities, and a section called Quick Recall.

The school is accredited by the Independent School Association of the Central States. It has produced 12 National Merit Scholarship Finalists and 99 percent of graduates go to college. Every grade is required to read books of their choice over the summer and prepare book reports on those books.

Tuition is very reasonable compared to other private schools and parents have the option to buy tuition refund insurance in the event that the student cannot complete a term for which the parent has paid tuition."


Contact our Admissions Office:

Admissions Director: Tamara Staley (270) 886-0254

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