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The U-High Midway was one of 16 high school newspapers to be recognized nationally with the National Scholastic Press Association’s Newspaper Pacemaker Award for the 2022–23 editions.
Jose Corpuz ’85 built the Millennium Falcon. 30 years later, this Lab alumnus serves as a mentor to his alma mater’s Robotics team.
Students and parents gathered for the annual Halloween parade at Earl Shapiro Hall which celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Nine U-High students and one Middle School student were selected to participate in the district ensembles for the best jazz, orchestra, and chorus students hosted by the Illinois Music Education Association.
Even though academics is the priority for most Labbies, athletic participation often gives way for other successes
"We have to create that which we want to see—I wrote House on Mango Street because I didn't see that kind of book at the library," Cisneros said to students.
The festivities included food, a DJ and a performance of the Ramlila, a traditional Diwali play.
The science department has introduced an innovative independent study utilizing senior students as teaching assistants, which is reshaping how the advanced science courses will be taught in the future.
Science teacher Daniel Bobo-Jones, one of the faculty chaperones, wants to give U-High students a broader view of the world through this trip.
Sonia Perez, a Lower School Spanish teacher who is one of the coordinators for this year’s program, shared her excitement about the dance focus for the event.