Steps to Registering for the 2020-2021 School Year.

If you are unsure about any of the instructions or need a computer or assistance to complete your student's registration.  Please contact the school you are registering at for assistance.

1: Complete District Registration

Choose the school that you wish to register your student at for the 2020-2021 school year.  

If your student is remaining at their current school you may proceed directly to ParentVue for online registration by clicking here for ParentVue. 

If your student will be attending a different school you may review the registration choices and procedures for each school by clicking here for 2020-2021 Registration. 


If you are New to the District or are unsure of your ParentVue account status, please contact the school before proceeding to create a new ParentVue account.  The school will be able to help you recover an existing account or create a new one if actually needed.  If you create a new account when you already have one, you will be required to return and complete the registration process using the existing account.  For this reason if you are in any doubt about whether you have an account already be sure to ask.

2: Complete School Specific Registration Documents

Once you have completed Online Registration please review the documents below that are specific to this school. If you registered at a different school you will need to go to that school's Registration 2020-21 page to review the correct documents.

  • UHS Admissions Process
    Students must apply for admission to UHS and meet test and grade point average criteria before enrolling. Students cannot enroll in UHS as a neighborhood school or through Open Enrollment. The TUSD Assessment and Evaluation Department (A&E), not UHS, handles the admission process. A more detailed explanation of the admissions process is available on our Admissions page.

    Criteria for admission to grades 9 and 10:

    1. Score 7,8 or 9 on the CogAT test of cognitive abilities when administered on one of the TUSD scheduled test dates (23-29 points).
    2. Obtain a Grade point average of at least 3.0 in core subjects (English, math, science, and social studies, 22-36 points).
    3. Points must total at least 50.

    Admissions Formula

    Testing. The CogAT test of cognitive abilities is a timed multiple-choice test with verbal, quantitative, and non-verbal batteries. It is an assessment of learned reasoning skills, not of achievement or intelligence. Students must test during one of the scheduled testing days and may not re-test for a given admission year.

    Grades. By submitting an application and allowing a student to test, parents authorize UHS Admissions to obtain grades from the student’s current school.


    Communicating decisions. The Assessment and Evaluation Department will mail notifications at two stages of the process:


    After testing. Test results are mailed in mid-July following spring testing and in January following December testing.


    Admission status. Status notification letters for 8th graders are mailed by early February after A&E has calculated total points based on test results and GPA. All students with 50 points or more will be offered admission to University High School.


    For more information about Admissions, please contact Ms. Connie Price-Johnson at UHSadmissions@tusd1.org. The UHS Admissions office is located at 102 N. Plumer Ave., Tucson AZ 85719.

    For information about UHS curriculum, programs and extracurricular activities, contact Ms. Carmen Hernandez at carmen.hernandez@tusd1.org.

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