2020. What a year!
We are so proud of the achievements of all our students in 2020, and delighted with strong outcomes across the school. This a credit to the hard work of students and staff throughout their time at University High School. Our 2020 results are steady with, or improved upon, those of 2019 across a range of areas, continuing the tradition of excellence at our school. They represent the efforts of students through a total of 1541 Study Scores across 32+ subjects. 272 students in the 2020 cohort applied for an ATAR.
Some highlights include:
Of our students in the Elizabeth Blackburn Sciences program, 27 (39.7% of that cohort) achieved an ATAR of 90+, with 5 reaching 99 and above.
Our highest Median Study Scores represented the breadth and depth of our school. They were found in:
Please Note: University High School is currently experiencing a high level of demand for places and is under an Enrolment Management Plan. Places can only be offered to students in the first two categories of the DET Priority Order. Please download the Plan for further details.UHS Enrolment Management Plan
University High School offers a sequential curriculum in Years 7-10 across the eight Key Learning Areas (KLAs)
Languages offered within the LOTE program are French, German and Latin
At the VCE level, the School provides broad curriculum diversity, with more than 30 subjects offered at Years 11 and 12. These include a number of Vocational Education and Training (VET) subjects.
The School's curriculum is structured to provide enrichment and extension opportunities. Many students in Years 10 and 11 study units normally taken at Years 11 and 12 respectively. By arrangement with the University of Melbourne, the School's academically capable VCE students can study and gain credit for first year university subjects.Link to full details