USCS in the news:
Runner up for Best School, 2012
Voted Best School in Colorado Springs, 2011
The Colorado Spring’s Gazette -Students gain outdoors skills, time at home – The towering silver maple is one of those perfect trees of summer, the kind that beckons kids to climb into its arms and lazily contemplate the world below. But this is a school day, and this is a schoolyard. Yet the tree is getting lots of attention. Ropes dangle everywhere, and from those ropes dangle teens practicing their rappelling skills. Read more Schools help needy for Thanksgiving - Schools are getting in the Thanksgiving spirit by providing food for those in need. - Read more
Students gain outdoors skills, time at home – See Slide Show
West Side Pioneer -Raising money for water - Avery Norwood, a sixth-grader at the University School of Colorado Springs (USCS), lived six years in Ethiopia.
So she knows first-hand some of the hardships in that part of the world, not the least of which is obtaining clean water.
“We can go to a water faucet, while they have to walk six hours,” she said.
Helping that situation there, as well as in other parts of the world, was a month-long project for her class, climaxed by a fundraising barbecue/ lemonaid stand on the school lawn during lunch period Oct. 2 that raised more than $500. Christian K-12 school moves to Westside – A K-12 private Christian school has relocated to the Westside. The University School of Colorado Springs (USCS) moved in January into buildings off West Cucharras and 27th streets that had previously been used for many years by the Wesleyan Methodists’ People’s Bible College. read the rest here… Students at Westside Christian school fundraise for chance to give - The basement of the Butler Building at the University School of Colorado Springs (USCS) was alive with students, boxes and bags of food the afternoon of Nov. 19. read the rest here…