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 3 Overall Academic Team Champions
Boys Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer, and Boys Varsity Basketball
Most hold Masters and Doctorate degrees
The Junior Achievement Fellows Team was selected 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.
Robotics Team Recognized as High School Division World Champions and World Champion Finalists
South Florida Cappies Nominations
Major theatre, dance, and music 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
NSU University School Lifer Sarah Guttman is culminating her 14-year educational journey at USchool as the Class of 2023 valedictorian. Since she first started at USchool in junior kindergarten, Guttman has worked hard her entire Lower, Middle, and Upper School career to achieve this high honor and has excelled academically and in extracurricular involvements and service.
Students that have an early start at NSU University School benefit greatly from our innovative, inclusive, and personalized learning environment, which is evident with Class of 2023 salutatorian and USchool Lifer Leah Kuker. Since the age of five, Kuker has embraced the USchool experience and taken ownership of her learning. She participated in a range of enrichment programs throughout her academic journey that not only helped her discover her passion for math and science but also gain the knowledge and skills she will need as a student at the University of Miami where she will pursue her goal of becoming a pediatric dentist.
Class of 2022 valedictorian Madison Davis is a NSU University School lifer who experienced all USchool has to offer over the past 14 years. Having started in pre-kindergarten, Madison had the opportunity to grow alongside fellow lifers and navigate school together, forming lifelong connections with friends whom she now considers family.
Named salutatorian of the Class of 2022, Nikki Steinberg is a proud NSU University School lifer who immersed herself in opportunity and excelled both in and out of the classroom throughout her academic career. Having an early start at USchool, Nikki was exposed to a plethora of diverse courses and programs that helped her realize her love for writing and text analysis. Following her passion, she participated in the NSU Law Fellowship and worked closely with law professors and students. Her experiences competing in a mock trial competition, which she won, and interning at a law office steered her to work toward a career in the legal profession.