NSU University School

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NSU University School
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Address
3375 SW 75 Ave
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
United States
Information
Type Independent, College Preparatory School
Motto "We Find the Best in U"
Established 1971
Headmaster William J. Kopas, M.Ed.
Faculty 200
Grades JK-12
Number of students 1,890
Average class size 17
Hours in school day 7
Campus Suburban, 28 acres (110,000 m2),
Color(s)

Mako Blue, Silver, and White

              
Mascot Fin
Nickname Sharks
Team name Sharks
Rival Chaminade-Madonna
Newspaper The Daily Catch
Yearbook Inner Visions
Website
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The NSU University School, commonly known as University School or simply U-School, is a fully accredited, independent, college preparatory school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida that serves grades Pre-K through Grade 12. The school is located on the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) campus. It is divided into "Lower", "Middle", and "Upper" schools, respectively representing national elementary, middle and high school divisions. In 2015 William J. Kopas became its headmaster, replacing Jerome Chermak who had served in that role for 16 years.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NSU University School Appoints Kopas as Head of School | NSU Newsroom". nsunews.nova.edu. Retrieved 2017-01-12. 
  2. ^ Michael, Waller, (2002-01-01). "The Falling Leaf". Hieroglyphics: the NSU University School Literary Magazine. 9 (1). ISSN 2474-5650. 

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