EBSS Tours Term 2

The University High School’s Elizabeth Blackburn School of Sciences (EBSS) Tours & Information Sessions are now available to book.

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UHS Scholarship Fund

We are currently seeking contributions to provide financial assistance to deserving UHS students. A scholarship provides much more than material assistance. It provides the gift of encouragement. For full details of how you can contribute click the logo below.

2016 Building Fund Appeal

We invite you to join us in supporting The University High School 2016 Annual Giving Appeal as we continue to enhance the unique atmosphere of our school.


The University High School has introduced a new web based online communication tool called Compass.


School publications

Looking for the School newsletter?
Click to download our new eNewsletter

>September 2016 eNews now available.

2016 Newsletter

2016 Musical production

Anything Goes - 2016 University High School Production
The Tickets go live for sale on the 21/6/2016 for the Musical - August 4th-6th, Sharman Hall UHS

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Registration for Year 11 2017

The University High School’s Elizabeth Blackburn School of Sciences (EBSS) Program for Years 11&12. Register for the Year 11 entrance exam. Registrations close Frid 15 July for the Sat 23 July 2016 exam.

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Contact details

The University High School

77 Story Street, PARKVILLE, VICTORIA 3052
Telephone: (03) 9347 2022 Facsimile: (03) 9347 2658
Email: university.hs@edumail.vic.gov.au

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Visit the UHS contacts page.

Student Reporting to Parents 

Progress Reports

Years 7 - 12

Your child's end of Semester Progress Reports will be available on Compass. Please access your child's report via the Report tab on your child's Compass page.
Please note that we will no longer be mailing home hard copies of your child's reports. All future reports will be on Compass; your child's End of Year Report will be archived on their Compass page for you to access in subsequent years.

The Student Progress Report is part of the overall reporting procedure at The University High School with the overall Reporting Package for each Year 7 – 12 student as follows:

  • Parent/Student/Teacher (PST) interview meetings during Term 1 and Term 3.  It is expected all parents/guardians and students attend these interviews so that student learning and progress can be discussed.
  • Five student progress reports in weeks 6, 14, 20, 30 and End of Year (EOY) during the school year. These reports are specific to The University High School and assess students achievement, attitude and effort on a percentage scale. Students will also set an achievement goal with each teacher. At the end of each semester all Year 10 , 11 and 12 students will also receive a Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (N) score for each subject.
  • All students in Years 7 and 9, will also receive a NAPLAN report, (National Assessment in Reading, Writing, Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation and Numeracy), at the end of Term 3.

Download the following pdf's for further information:

Student Progress Report – Explanation
Guideline for assessing Attitude and Effort

2016 Sub-School Contacts

Download the UHS Sub-School Contact list.pdf for a comprehensive list of all level coordinator details.

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2016 Calendars & Dates