This school has the most confusing names. After the closing of Schenley High School, U-Prep opened in the rush to make schools include grades 6 to 12. Originally this building was for middle school grades: 6, 7 and 8.
Names include: University Prep, U-Prep High School, U-Prep, UPrep, Pittsburgh Milliones, University Preparatory School, Milliones and Margaret Milliones School.
Driving in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, turn off of Centre Ave and onto Heron Ave, away from Pitt. Then make a quick turn onto Vancroft Street. Go up the hill and at the top of the hill, turn right and that leads into the lower parking lot of the school.
Wonderful field above the school.
Cafeteria on the second floor
One arm swimming shows up in a free relay in a final meet of the season in Michigan
Disqualifications of swimmers and divers for a senseless rule has ended!
World Swim Day is coming, and Lifeguard TV did this video with SKWIM
Computerize those WPIAL swim meets and send in your times!
No glass in the swimming pool area
Swimming insight concerning black girls in the UK
Swimming should be every child’s first sport
Girl swimmers experiences with their first period
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