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OUR STUDENTS

There are 1900 students enrolled in Junior Kindergarten - Grade 12.

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DIVERSITY

On top of 50+ nationalities being represented at USchool, various assemblies and clubs exist to celebrate the differences within our student body.

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COLLEGE CONNECTION

Our connection to NSU provides students with unprecedented access to college-level resources and opportunities.

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COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

100% of our students are accepted to top colleges and universities.

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NATIONAL MERIT

On average, approximately 15 students are recognized each year by the National Merit Scholarship Program.

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SPEECH AND DEBATE

The Speech and Debate team is ranked in the top 1% of speech and debate programs in the country.

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ROBOTICS HONORS

Our Upper School Robotics teams have qualified to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship for six consecutive years.

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CHINESE AWARDS

Our Middle and Upper School students received nearly 30 awards at the Florida Statewide Chinese Competition.


USchool in the News

Meet Peyton Ronkin, 2020 Bank of America Student Leader

NSU University School (USchool) junior Peyton Ronkin began her educational journey here as a student in our Early Childhood program. Ronkin has excelled academically and significantly contributed to the USchool and local community through various initiatives over the past 13 years. Utilizing her passion for baking to give back, she initiated a community service project, Dipped with Love, in 2015 for her Bat Mitzvah to support the efforts of cancer charities. Ronkin started baking homemade chocolate-covered pretzels to raise money for I Care I Cure, a charity created in memory of a former student who was diagnosed with leukemia that seeks to find gentler cures for childhood cancers.

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Ari Arias

Since he first began in the Lower School, junior Ari Arias has immersed himself in the NSU University School (USchool) experience for the past 10 years and thrived. A benefit of an early start at USchool, Arias appreciates having spent his academic career in a supportive community, which has made a profound impact in his life. Having taken advantage of various experiential learning opportunities, Arias believes that this learning style is the most successful in keeping students engaged and helping them discover their passions.

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Ronnie Shashoua

Throughout her nine years as a student at NSU University School, Class of 2020 salutatorian Ronnie Shashoua has served as an exemplary leader. Practicing the values of hard work and responsibility, Shashoua has taken initiative in creating positive change by using the tools USchool has provided to share her knowledge and skills with others in an effort to empower those in the community.

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Sivan Ben-David

Senior Sivan Ben-David is an NSU University School (USchool) "lifer" who began her educational journey as a Shark in junior kindergarten. In the past 14 years, Ben-David has proven herself to be a stellar student and individual, embodying USchool's mission of inclusivity and personalized excellence in academics, extracurriculars, and service. Her strong work ethic, instilled by her family at a young age, has led her to numerous impressive achievements, such as being named co-valedictorian for the Class of 2020.

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Melanie Stone

Senior Melanie Stone first began her educational journey at NSU University School 14 years ago and has seized every opportunity afforded to her along the way. At a young age, Stone was provided a strategic academic advantage having started in our Early Childhood Program. Over the years, she has flourished as a student and become a dedicated, hard-working leader driven to excel both in and out of the classroom.

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