University School maintains two campuses: Grades K through 8 in Shaker Heights, Ohio, and Grades 9 through 12 on a 200-acre campus in Hunting Valley, Ohio. Click here for directions to the Shaker Campus.Click here for directions to the Hunting Valley Campus.
869 male students are enrolled selectively from the diverse population of Greater Cleveland. The Shaker Campus has 455 students; the Hunting Valley Campus has 414.
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
STUDENT TEACHER RATIO
8 students/1 teacher
The Shaker Campus has 74 faculty members including one with a Ph.D. and 58 with master’s degrees. The Hunting Valley Campus faculty numbers 68 including five with Ph.Ds and 47 with master’s degrees. Two faculty members have earned their J.D. degrees.
One hundred percent of US graduates go on to four-year colleges.
US awards $3.7 million in financial assistance annually.
SAT CRITICAL READING SCORES
US's school mean is 622. US's middle 50% is 560-685 (State Mean: 539; National Mean: 497).
SAT MATH SCORES
US's school mean is 636. US's middle 50% is 575-700 (State Mean: 545; National Mean: 514).
In the last five years, US has averaged 10 semifinalists and 11 commended scholars. Approximately 20%-25% of the senior class is honored in this process.
University School's athletic programs have a long and successful history and are important components of the overall school curriculum. These programs support the school's philosophy of participation, growth and achievement, and encourage the values of self-discipline, respect for others, integrity, responsibility and sportsmanship. At the high school, the interscholastic program includes varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen teams to accommodate every boy’s desire to play, and to provide him with healthy competition that is congruent with his ability.
US is accredited by the Independent School Association of the Central States (ISACS) and by the Ohio State Department of Education. Click here for more information:ISACS
US is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), the Cleveland Council of Independent Schools, the International Boys' Schools Coalition, and the Center for the Study of Boys' and Girls' Lives. For more information on these associations, please click on the following links:
International Boys' Schools Coalition
The Center for the Study of Boys' and Girls' Lives