PROS: they teach really great, most people are nice, & its a safe environment. CONS: don't have good sports, does not feel like a regular high school, no homecoming, no proms, no type of school dances and No diversity at all ! the school would have been really nice if we were treated like actual high schoolers... people want to graduate and have their high school memories
I wasted all my high school years at Universal Academy. Its a small school that has classes from K-12 grade. I graduated from Universal Academy in 2010, i regret all the time i wasted there. When my friends at college ask me about my high school i don't know what to tell them, because no one knows Universal Academy. The sports system sucks big time, there is only one volley ball team for girls and one soccer team for guys. There is no real coaches and there is no fields to practice on. High School should be one of the most memorable times of my life and i totally regret going to Universal Academy. If you have children my advice is to take them to another "REAL" high school. Unless you want them to have the same regrets i had. P.s NO PROMS NO HOMECOMINGS NOTHING AND NO DIVERSITY.
I love Universal Academy because it caters to every individual student and teach all the way till he/she graduate and with honors and qulified for a scholarship.
Universal Academy is a 'home away from home'. We're a close-knit family and work together as a team to accomplish our goals of continuous school improvement. We've made AYP though may students are Limited English Proficient and almost 100% of our students come from Economically Disadvantaged backgrounds. Our Superintendent/Founder Mrs. Nawal Hamadeh kicked off the year with staff with a theme of 'Dream*Imagine*Re-Imagine*Change' and that we shall do!
Universal Academy fosters an extremely positive learning environment. Everyone is part of a team including students and parents.
A diverse and dynamic school standing proud of its multiculture and multilingual population, aiming for the best and working hard to stay on top.
Great thing about Universal Academy - an amazing multicultural environment where students, parents and teachers interact on international level.
Safe multicultural environment where sudents parents and teachers interact on international level
i love it here so much things i've learned here and so much fun we have in class
Universal Academy gives my children the best opportunities in challenging classes, sports, and after school clubs. They have earned prizes in Science Fairs and are awarded for their character. The principal, Mrs. Moughania, is always available and makes sure all kids get the education they deserve. Having such a school that keeps my kids safe and on the right track is a great blessing.
For you the one student saying that there is no fun or diversity no one is forcing you to go to our school Universal Academy!! But I belive the reason why were not having fun is because if we sit there having fun were going to forget what we learned and slack off on our work.
There is no diversity at all ! No jim no fun ! Long hours of nothing ! there are alot of better schools !
My children get the help they need always and are able to maintain honor roll. Comparing to Dearborn public schools this org is far superior in every way.
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