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.
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 3 Overall Academic Team Champions
Boys Cross Country & Football ranked first in the state
Most hold Masters and Doctorate degrees
The Junior Achievement Fellows Team Won Every Category at the Annual Junior Achievement (JA) Fellows competition and was named Company of the year.
The Upper School Chemistry Team was Named Overall Champion at the Annual Chem-a-thon Hosted by the University of Florida
The Robotics Team Florida Ranking
South Florida Cappies Nominations
Student-produced Films at the All-American High School Film Festival
Regional Scholastic Art Awards
Scholastic Writing Awards
Cultivating her passion for marine biology, Marlee Lewin, a senior at NSU University School, elevated her learning through the Independent Research Study (IRS). This unique program gives students the opportunity to work one-on-one with university professors and conduct extensive, graduate-level research. Marlee has been mentored by world-renowned marine scientist, Dr. Alexander Soloviev, who is faculty at NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography.
Through the NSU University School ASPIRE Program, Vladimir Zeltsman, grade 12, has been able to connect with and explore his passion by collaborating with his mentor, NSU alumnus and NASA deputy chief scientist, Gale Allen, D.B.A., to design a landing vehicle that can land on Mars.
With a true intellectual curiosity about medicine and a strong desire to help others, NSU University School Senior, Polina Udalova, started what some would call a dynamic, enterprising network for future medical students, on the NSU University School campus.
With Robotics, art, writing, and theatre crew in the forefront, swimming and cheer coaching as pastimes, and architecture as a passion, Sierra Callwood trail blazed as an all-star, award winning, student at NSU University School.