USCS is a University-Model School, a relatively new model of schooling that understands the importance of coupling parental involvement with strong academics. According to a survey of 22,000 teachers, conducted by the Carnegie Foundation, 90% of those teachers cited a lack of parental support as a problem in today’s schools. An overwhelming 100% described their students as “emotionally needy and starved for attention and affection.” At USCS, we address those needs by partnering with parents to not only educate, but also to guide students in the development of their character, values, and spiritual walk.
It is the vision and mission of USCS to help students become passionate about worship, academics, leadership/character, missions, and adventure. If students graduate from our school with high academics, but lose their faith the first year in college, we have failed.