University High School (Orlando, Florida)

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University High School
11501 Eastwood Drive
Orlando, Florida, United States
Type Public secondary (with some magnet programs)
Motto Contio Laureata
(Latin: An Assembly of Honored Scholars)
Established 1990
School district Orange County Public Schools
Principal Dr. Cacara
Grades 912
Number of students 3,364[1]
Color(s) Blue and Gold
Mascot Cougar
Newspaper The Torch
Yearbook Unity

University High School is a public high school in Orlando, Florida opened in 1990. The school is one of many public high schools in Orange County and is located about a mile from UCF. University High School has an International Baccalaureate program and a Global Technologies (GT) magnet program, which was formerly known as Global Information and Future Technologies (GIFT). The school has been named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.[2]

University High School has two campuses, the East Campus (formerly the Freshman Campus) and the West Campus (also known as the Main Campus). The West Campus is the campus where the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classrooms are. The West Campus is designed in a square architectural layout with a courtyard in the middle. The East Campus is made up predominantly of portable classrooms and is located across the street from the West Campus.


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Coordinates: 28°34′34″N 81°12′51″W / 28.576229°N 81.214236°W / 28.576229; -81.214236