The University of Memphis is home to University Schools, a compendium of laboratory schools, including the Barbara K. Lipman Early Learning & Research Center, Campus Elementary School, University Middle and University High School, as well as our partner programs with Porter-Leath and the Harwood Center.
The mission of University Schools is to provide the children of our community with educational experiences that enhance their development from birth to graduation and promote dynamic research, collaborative partnerships and innovative practices.
Visit the University Schools website to learn more about each school and program. Information on how to apply and enroll at a University School or partner program can be found on the University Schools Enrollment page and enrollment inquires can be directed to the Admissions and Enrollment team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admissions to a University School is limited and based on a school’s enrollment capacity in each grade-level in a given school year. While no student is guaranteed admission to a University School, admission priority is granted to applicants who meet the following priority admissions criteria, including:
- Priority Group 1: children of full-time University of Memphis faculty and staff members, siblings of currently enrolled University School students, students matriculating directly from another University School,
- Priority Group 2: applicants living within a 2.0 mile radius of the University’s administration building, including full-time UofM students living in university provided Graduate and Family Housing.