About the District
Excellence in education has been a top priority for residents living in University City. Strong academic foundations have flourished since 1868 when the first area school opened its doors. Just four and a half years after the incorporation of the City of University City on September 4, 1906, the freeholders saw the need to organize a school system. On February 21, 1911, with a city population of only 2,417 and a student enrollment of 160, the School District of University City was officially established. When school began in September 1912, the school population was 769.
Today, you will find outstanding educational programs serving a student population of nearly 3,200. From crayons to college, University City’s educational success begins with its progressive early childhood program and is reflected in the approximately 220 high school graduates annually.
It has been said that schools are a reflection of the community they serve. The School District of University City is certainly a fine example as it reflects the rich history, longtime traditions and prosperous economy of an area that takes pride in its youth and the promise they hold for the future.
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