At NSU University School, the classroom is our cornerstone, but we recognize that true development takes a combination of academics, arts, athletics, and community service. By allowing our students to focus on their individual talents and strengths, we are able to bring out the best in them today - and well into the future.
Preparing for college by learning at one.
Building lifelong friendships through successful teamwork.
Exploring creativity through a full compliment of artistic opportunities.
Innovative educational opportunities in and out of the classroom.
Active and Engaged Learners
Achieving success through collaboration, problem solving, and innovation from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Commitment to Character
Our core values include a strong commitment to community service and respect for others.
College Acceptance Rate
Students attend the nation's finest universities
Top 4 Overall Academic Team Champions
Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Competitive Cheer, and Boys Cross County
Most hold Masters and Doctorate degrees
The Junior Achievement Fellows Team was one of two teams to represent South Florida at the Junior Achievement National Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
Middle School students study and grow plants using aquaponics, a food production system that relies on a symbiotic relationship between plants and fish.
The Robotics Team Florida Ranking for Design and Programming
South Florida Cappies Nominations
Major theatre and dance productions produced in the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools
Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Career-oriented programs offered in the Upper School, including fellowships and internships
For senior Michael Gonzalez, science, service, and sincerity have defined his eight years as an NSU University School student. Having taken more than 15 Advanced Placement classes in high school and being named a National Merit Finalist, Gonzalez sees a challenge and tackles it head-on without hesitation. He ultimately desires to learn as much as he can and takes full advantage of the personalized education we offer at USchool.
Although Skylar Ronkin took up the sport of pole vaulting her sophomore year, she has vaulted her way from junior kindergarten to senior year having experienced successes of all sorts at NSU University School. Her commitment to academic excellence is evident in the numerous awards and distinctions she has earned such as being named a National Merit Finalist, National AP Scholar, earning a nearly perfect SAT score, and being named the Valedictorian for the Class of 2019.
Junior Kylie Cohen joined NSU University School her freshman year of high school and has served as a leader and positive role model for her peers ever since. Throughout the past three years, Cohen has taken full advantage of the extracurricular and experiential learning opportunities available at USchool, which have helped her discover and develop her passions, including helping others and working with children.
At USchool, Alexander Wertman has been able to cultivate his passion and curiosity for STEM-related subjects, hone his technical and leadership abilities on the baseball field, and serve as an inclusive, personable role model for other students. His hard work has culminated this year by recently being named a National Merit Finalist and the Salutatorian for the Class of 2019.