UNCSA provides a safe and stimulating environment where classmates share in a full,
active high school experience — from AP courses and field trips to yearbooks and Prom.
We also offer the full benefits of a university, including a Wellness Center with
preventative and injury care, counseling services and a Fitness Center, plus a campus
police and public safety department.
The support of parents and family members is also an integral part of the high school
student experience. The Parent Support Organization (PSO) provides avenues for parents
who want to stay engaged and be involved.
Tuition is provided free of charge for in-state high school students, and a majority
of additional billed costs are covered by the North Carolina High School Artists Grant.
There is a tuition charge for out-of-state high school students.
The Tuition Grant Program provides free college tuition for in-state students graduating
from the High School Program. Those graduates who are accepted into and enroll in
college full time at a constituent UNC System institution can attend college at UNCSA
or any other UNC System institution tuition-free.
The UNCSA Police Department aims to facilitate a safe, secure and service-oriented
environment for the UNCSA campus and all members of our community. In addition to
professionally-trained police officers, the department operates a 24/7 communications
center. Resources and services include safety escorts for students, routine building
patrols, health and welfare checks, emergency first response and more.
Health, wellness and counseling services are provided to all UNCSA High School students.
Medical services are provided by a team consisting of a Board Certified Family Physician,
Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant and Certified Medical Assistant. UNCSA also
partners with Wake Forest Baptist Health Sports Medicine Physicians. Counseling Services
are provided by full-time licensed counselors, who are available for individual and
One of the best ways to support your high school student is by attending one of the
many performances, showcases and exhibitions during the school year. These events
occur on campus, at the Stevens Center and in the Winston-Salem community. Some events
are also available via livestream, free of charge.