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School of Engineering

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

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UCLA HSSEAS Online Tutoring & Summer Research Programs

University High School students can receive FREE online tutoring for math and science through our partnership with the UCLA Engineering Science Corps Outreach Program. Students just follow the link below to login or create a new account. The enrollment code needed to create a new account can be obtained from Mr. Ricards in Rm. 233.

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!

Jeff Ricards

Director

School of Engineering

University High School

11800 Texas Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 914-3578

Curriculum

The School of Engineering offers the following courses:

Three Core Courses
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
Capstone Course
  • Engineering Design and Development 

All curriculum is provided by Project Lead The Way (PLTW). PLTW is the leading supplier of rigorous, standards based STEM curriculum. These courses feature hands-on project based work for students and emphasizes communication and presentation skills.

Uni School of Engineering Advisory Board

We are proud to be partnered with business and industry professionals that help enhance our program and provide a connection for our students to the career world. The Uni School of Engineering would like to thank the following companies and organizations for partnering with our school:

ACE Mentoring
Kelly Engineering
Los Angeles Education Partnership
Northrop Grumman
Simpson, Gumphertz, and Heger Structural Engineering
UCLA School of Engineering
Verizon

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