About School of Engineering
The School of Engineering (SoE) is a small school within University High School. The school officially launched September, 2008 with freshmen seats for 50 girls and 50 boys. 50 girls and 50 boys are to be added each year thereafter for an approximate academy size of 400. The purpose of the SoE is to prepare students to enter a technical college major after high school. The academy features a rigorous engineering curriculum (provided by Project Lead The Way) in addition to an A-G college prep course of study.
Each year a student in the academy takes one engineering elective (see the titles to the right), along with their A-G course load.
10/19 Jay Fischer (P.E.) Guest Lecture
UCLA HSSEAS Online Tutoring & Summer Research Programs
Are you an 11th grade student interested in science and math? Would you like the chance to participate in engineering research at UCLA this summer? Follow the link below for your chance to apply to the UCLA Engineering High School Summer Research Program. The program is free to those who choose to not stay on campus (and you will recieve an $800 stipend for transportation and food). The deadline to apply is April 16th and Uni students get priority application status because of our relationship with UCLA Engineering Educational Outreach program!
HSSEAS Online Tutoring
Apply for the summer research program!
We are the #1 "Project Lead The Way" Trained High School in California!
Uni students are some of the most prepared to enter four year technical degrees of any high school in the state because the School of Engineering has more trained Project Lead The Way Teachers than any other high school in the state of California.