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UA Presents Author Day

1st grader, Washe Shumba, will be signing his published book for the graduating Kindergarten Class of 2017. The signing will be held on May 15, 2017 at 10 am in the Multipurpose Room. Washe will be asked to give words of wisdom and inspiration to his younger classmates. We ask all who plan to attend […]

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Quinton Lott Wins All Star Cast Award at the UIL One Act Play State Championship!

Universal Academy competed yesterday for the very first time at the UIL One Act Play State Championships, Conference 1A. Our show was definitely the Little Engine That Could. With just 3 actors, 2 technicians, 2 directors, and a set of only 2 chairs, we competed against schools with huge casts and crews, massive sets, and elaborate period […]

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UIL Regional Academics – Congrats Beeminet!

On Saturday April 8th, Senior Beeminet Andabo traveled to Keller, Texas to compete at the UIL Regional Academics Meet as one of District 22’s representatives for Ready Writing. Beeminet placed 6th and is listed as an alternate for the UIL State Competition. Congrats Beeminet!

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UA Theatre Success!

UA Theatrical Design takes Center Stage to STATE…..and the UA Theatre (Coppell) is one step from making it to the UIL High School One Act Play State Competition”!!!! Congratulations to Carrie Johnson who heads the UA Visual Art Department the student’s Group Design entry of this years theme “Into the Woods” from Irving has qualified […]

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Will You Stop Loving Me? Paperback

by Washe G Shumba (Author) Our very own Was he Rhumba is officially a published author. He is a 1st grader, in Ms. Moran’s class. He is currently working on two more books. Purchase now on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Will-You-Stop-Loving-Me/dp/0986101850/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490405149&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=wash+g+shumba

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Software/Coding is the language of our world

Software is becoming a critical layer of all our lives. It is the language of our world. In the future, not knowing the language of computers will be as challenging as being illiterate or innumerate are today. Will every job in the future involve programming? No. But it is still crucial that every child learns […]

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