Contact University Academy

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UA School Calendar

Weekly Announcements

  • Yearbook Staff meets this Wednesday from3:30-4:45

  • Yearbooks are on sale now! It's time for seniors to design their ad pages. Information is in the office.

  • Congratulations to Mollie Bagwell for winning Second Place in the local VFW Post/District essay contest! We are very proud of you

  • Next Interact Club Meeting is January 29 @  6PM in Mulder Hall Room 220  Officers will be elected.
  • The weekday ACT Test is scheduled for March 17. (Cost is $37.50) 
  • Mrs. Novosad and Ms. Collins would like to announce the Honesty and Integrity Award Winners
  • Congratulations to Autumn Descant, Seigen Nichols, and Cody Crews.
  • LSUA Mardi Gras Parade is February 11 on the beautiful campus of LSUA. Everyone is invited to attend.
  • Student Council and Beta Club are teaming together to bring cheer to others for Valentine's Day. These two Clubs will be attending a short field trip to deliver cards on February 12.
  • The Leo Club will be spreading cheer for Valentine's Day on February 13. The next scheduled LEO Club meeting is February 3 @ 7:30 AM in Mr. Crooks' room.

Student Applications

Important Dates

Items for Sale

UA sweatshirts and hoodies for sale. See Mrs. Lindsay in the office to order. All orders Must be placed by Friday, January 23.  

University Academy will be hosting a Fishing tournament on February 28. Please see Coach Vic for details.

Note from Career Counselor Kathy Novosad

Please read in DETAIL below!

Seniors, if you tested out of English 1001 or 1002 and any Math classes, such as College Algebra etc., and any other core type classes, please see Mrs. Novosad or Ms. Collins to be sure that you are meeting high school graduation requirements.

University Academy of Central Louisiana will provide its students  the opportunity to experience  college-level curriculum and instruction, while maintaining  the high school experience. This will be accomplished by communicating and modeling high standards for behavior and academic achievement to students as they mature into young, college-going adults.

Student Progress Center

Monitor your student's grades: click the link below.

Student Progress Center

Student Progress Center Help: click  the link below.

Student Progress Help Link

Students interested in viewing his/her grades may contact Mrs.Lindsay in the office for the correct username and password.


Please complete the online application (All pages) below, then submit the documents outlined to the University Academy Business Office (address below): 

  1. Transcript or report card from most recent school
  2. Copy of birth certificate
  3. Copy of social security card
  4. Copy of current immunization record
  5. Application fee of $25.00 (Non-Refundable)

The application will not be reviewed until the application fee is received.

A representative of University Academy of Central Louisiana will contact the student's parent or guardian about the student's acceptance once the above items have been received and reviewed. 

The application fee of $25.00 is non-refundable.  Upon acceptance to University Academy, a deposit of $175.00 will be due immediately. The first month's tuition is due 10 days prior to the first day of classes. All extracurricular activities, such as athletics, student council, cheerleading, etc. will have additional fees. 

All documentation and Application fee can be mailed to:

University Academy
8100 Highway 71 South
Alexandria, LA  71302

Please Note:  You must have Adobe Reader installed in order to complete the online application.  You may download it free by clicking here.

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Enrollment is limited. Please call University Academy at (318) 427-0123 or email

A Progressive Partnership

University Academy is located on the LSU of Alexandria campus. It is based on the early college high school model, which assumes that academic rigor, combined with the opportunity to save time and money, is a powerful motivator for students to work hard and meet serious intellectual challenges. Early college high schools blend high school and college work in a rigorous yet supportive program, compressing the time it usually takes to complete a high school diploma and college degree.

A Fantastic Opportunity

Students that attend high school on the campus of LSUA will complete the TOPS curriculum, following the state’s high school curriculum, but they will also take college courses. At the end of their four years of high school, these students will have achieved a high school diploma and up to 60 hours in college credit.

Equal Opportunity/Non-Discrimination

LSUA and University Academy assures equal opportunity for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national and ethnic origin, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran's status in the admission to, participation in, and treatment or employment in all programs and activities which UAC or LSUA operates.