PALCS University Scholars Program

Thank you for submitting your Application for Participation for the University Scholars Program. We have received your information and will be in contact with you soon.

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Join us online or in-person for an information session, or meet us in person at one of the numerous community events we attend.  We look forward to seeing you.

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Shout Outs

Mrs. Parris – USP English Teacher

Mrs. Parris is such a fun person to learn from! English has always been my least favorite subject and classic novels used to be my biggest dread. However, I’ve only been in her class for two months and I look forward to it everyday! She chooses engaging novels and asks relevant questions to make sure the class understands. Mrs. Parris goes as far as allowing her students to discuss and present what they’re reading as an effort to further expand their knowledge. Additionally, she genuinely helped me understand many confusing vocabulary terms. The workbook that we use only has the definitions of our words but she will fill in the gaps by sharing the connotation of each word which gives the class the ability to immediately understand the word without needing years of real-world experience. Overall, Mrs. Parris has exceeded all of my expectations. Thank you, Mrs. Parris!

Courtney Snyder, Student

Mrs. Kathleen Johnson – USP History Teacher

Mrs. Johnson is an amazing teacher! She is really funny and very helpful. She will help you and answer any questions you have. Thank you Mrs. Johnson!

Abigail Clement, Student

Two daughters are attending the University Scholars Program onsite in both the High & Middle schools. The staff and teachers have continued to instill the love of gifted learning.

Joseph Coleman, Parent