U-Prep Families – Once again our sincerest apologies for the disruption caused by this morning’s Zoom outage. Zoom is now back up, and we will be resuming school tomorrow morning at 7:30am via your homeroom Zoom Link. In the event of another outage we will have links to an alternative platform updated to our website
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U-Prep Families – We sincerely apologize for the frustrations you’re facing this morning trying to login to school. Please continue to try logging into Zoom via the app on your iPad or Chromebook desktop. School will finish today at 11:20 due to the large numbers of scholars unable to join class. Scholars unable to join
UPrep Families – Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! We are so excited to launch remotely with you and your scholars next week! Below is some information regarding online learning. Please note that more information will be shared by the end of the week so please continue to check this website daily. Thank you!
New and Returning Families – Pick up your supplies/tech starting today! Wednesday through Friday from 7:00am to 6:00pm, drive up to your campus and pick up your technology (if needed), grab a scholar kit with supplies to launch the year, and purchase polos. All staff members will maintain safety precautions with masks and social distancing.
New and Returning Families – Pick up your supplies/tech this week! Wednesday through Friday from 7:00am to 6:00pm, drive up to your campus and pick up your technology (if needed), grab a scholar kit with supplies to launch the year, and purchase polos. All staff members will maintain safety precautions with masks and social distancing.
Based on the recent DPS decision, University Preparatory Schools will start remote learning on August 17th. More information will be coming to support you and your scholar. Please download our app (see instructions below) for continued communication. If you have scheduled time for a home visit or registration, please note that these times will be
Denver Public Schools (DPS) has informed us that there will be no live, in-person classes when the school year starts.
Every day, U Prep educators equip their scholars (students) with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in college and beyond. The demand for college-educated adults in Colorado is fifth highest in the nation with more than 74% of jobs requiring a post-secondary credential. Yet, only 25% of current 9th graders in our state
The National Charter School Resource Center developed a four-part case study to share the unprecedented success story of University Prep’s turnaround work across our country. This link includes four short videos that tell our turnaround story through a wide range of U Prep stakeholders (parents, children, educators, leaders and community members).