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Thumbnail1University of Nebraska High School Memorial Day Holiday
The University of Nebraska High School office will be closed Monday, May 29, 2017 in honor of Memorial Day. Students and proctors may still access WayCool during this time. All new enrollments, assignments and other requests will be processed in the order in which they were received when the high school reopens on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. 
Thumbnail1Participate in the 2017 UNHS Yearbook!
Students are encouraged to participate in the UNHS Yearbook by submitting one photo and a quote which answers this question – how has being a University of Nebraska High School student allowed you to chase your dreams? 
Thumbnail1Keep Moving Forward This Summer
Summertime provides a great opportunity for students to catch up or get ahead in their education. The flexibility of UNHS courses offers a great fit for even the busiest of summer schedules.  
Thumbnail1 University of Nebraska High School Offers Free Math Placement Tests
In honor of Math Awareness Month, UNHS is offering free math placement tests in Algebra and Geometry throughout April. 
Thumbnail1University of Nebraska High School Offers Free Citizenship Education
The University of Nebraska High School has created Citizenship 101, an online non-credit short course that prepares learners to complete the U.S. civics test.