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University High School (Orange City)

University High School
Motto Knowledge, strength, courage, respect
Established 2010
Type Public
Principal Dennis Neal
Grades 9–12
Location Orange City, Florida, United States
Coordinates

28°56′03″N 81°18′11″W / 28.9341°N 81.3031°W / 28.9341; -81.3031Coordinates: 28°56′03″N 81°18′11″W / 28.9341°N 81.3031°W / 28.9341; -81.3031

District Volusia County Schools
Accreditation SACS
Campus Suburban
Colors              Orange, white and silver
Mascot Titan
Fla. District ID 64
Fla. School ID 1551
Website universitytitans.volusia.k12.fl.us

University High School is a public, four-year high school located in Orange City, Florida, United States. Established in 2010, it is the newest high school established in Volusia County since 1994, as well as its costliest.[1] As of 2010, it is the largest high school in Volusia County by enrollment.

The new school opened on 16 August 2010. About 500 students at the new high school come from DeBary, about 500 from Orange City, another 250 from the unincorporated area around Orange City, and about 900 from Deltona. The school did not have a senior class for its 2010-2011 school year. The school has an elaborate AP program.

University High School is partnering with the University of Central Florida, Stetson University, and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in sponsoring two academies, the STEM Academy (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), and the Academy of Finance. Stetson has an advisory role in the program. For the 2011-2012 school year, University High School has 2,600 students enrolled.


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