University School

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An Anonymous DonorMatt Warren matched $1,000

An Anonymous DonorPresident Brad Carson matched $10,000
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An Anonymous DonorAyesha Gilani & Zubair Ahmad gave $1,000

An Anonymous DonorChristie and David Kendrick gave $2,000 because 13 donors made a gift in 2 days
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About

The University of Tulsa University School is a gifted and talented school for children in grades PreK3 – 8. Often affectionately referred to as USchool, it was founded in 1982 as a service to the greater Tulsa area and has become nationally recognized as a leader in the field of gifted education.  The school provides an emotionally supportive and intellectually challenging learning environment that rewards both creativity and socially responsible behavior. Gifts to the school’s Funding the Future Annual campaign are used for innovation in learning and upgrades identified by faculty and the administrative team.

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YOU MADE TU HISTORY!

Thank you to everyone for being a part of Give Greater 2022! We couldn't have achieved such a ambitious goal without your support, advocacy, and spirit. As always, Reign 'Cane and Go TU!

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Tulsa fifth grader who loves writing selected for Scholastic Kids Press reporter role

Laya Kotihal's byline is about to be in classrooms across the country. 

A fifth-grade student at the University School, Laya is one of 36 children from around the world who will write for Scholastic Kids Press during the 2021-22 school year as a “kid reporter.”

Over the course of the school year, Laya and her colleagues will work with an editor remotely to learn how to suggest stories, interview people and write objectively. Their pieces will be published on Scholastic’s website and in its magazine, which reaches more than 25 million students nationwide through school subscriptions.

“I wanted to join because this gives me an opportunity to learn about writing,” Laya said. “I really like to write. It also it lets me explore more about today’s news, and I thought that it would be a cool way to express myself.”

In order to be considered, Laya and other students had to fill out an application that included a personal essay, a sample article about someone in their community and ideas for future news stories.


Along with the United States, this year’s cohort includes students from Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea and Vietnam.

“One reason we started this is because our readers like hearing from their peers,” Scholastic Kids Press editor Suzanne McCabe said. “It’s a great way for kids to learn about what’s going on through the eyes of someone else their age.”

Laya said she got the idea to apply as a fourth-grader after reading an article by another kid reporter. Inspired by a card-making session in her art class, her first story will be about Afghan refugees moving to the Tulsa area.

“I wanted to know more about why they were coming, what hardships they have had to deal with and what their experience has been like,” she said. “It’s really neat to find out someone else’s perspective over things like this.”

111 days ago by Captain Cane
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