The hockey team went to the Cleveland Kids' Book Bank to volunteer after a recent practice. Looks like they had a great time for a great cause!
As 2019 begins it is worth pausing to reflect on the achievements at US last year. Our boys' accomplishments often speak for themselves, but it is also appropriate to thank the supporters -- including teachers, coaches, parents, mentors, and loved ones -- who help make their achievements possible. Happy New Year and warmest wishes to all!
Six middle schoolers demonstrated their knowledge of geography by competing in the final round of our National Geographic GeoBee, an annual geography contest sponsored by the National Geographic Society. Their advisor was middle school teacher Bridgette Nadzam-Kasubick. Congratulations to Bradley Wiandt ’23, who will represent University School at the next level of the bee!
The US Robotics team competed in their first Qualifier match in West Central Pennsylvania on Saturday. Twenty-four teams competed from Ohio, Pennsylvania & Wisconsin. The US team advanced to the final round, but lost in a closely fought match. Congratulations on a great effort!
The University School community gathered for the installation of Patrick T. Gallagher as tenth Head of School. It was a wonderful celebration -- and a proud day for US!