List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Which schools do most students come from?

    University Christian students come from all over Jacksonville and surrounding areas. We have families that drive from St. Johns County. Most of our families are from the Southside of Jacksonville. We have relationships with a few local K-8 Christian schools in the area so many of our high school students transfer in from those schools. We also have students that come to us from all over the world in our International program
  • What is your class size?

    Our average class size is 18-20 students.
  • Do you have a school uniform?

    We have a school uniform. Shirts, shorts, pants, skirts, jumpers, spirit-wear, and outerwear can all be purchased at our U-Campus Store. Students must wear the customized UC uniforms every day except Fridays when they can wear spirit-wear. Students wear a special uniform on chapel days.
  • Where do University Christian graduates go following graduation?

    • Students attend various colleges including but not limited to: Liberty University, Georgia Tech, Duke, University of North Florida, Jacksonville University, Belmont, Savannah College of Art & Design, University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Central Florida, Southeastern University, Berry College, Florida State College of Jacksonville
    • 2020 graduates obtained 100% college or vocational acceptance
    • College scholarships totaling $2,145,821
  • How does University Christian support new students and families?

    We host a New Student Orientation on the Monday prior to school starting for students in grades 8-12th to teach them how to utilize our student portal and to introduce them to our staff. We also have a Back to School Bash where parents can learn how they can get involved in the UC community.
  • Is there a “typical” University Christian student?

    No, each student is uniquely created by God and has his or her own talents and gifts that he or she brings to our community. We do seek students who work hard, play hard, and are upstanding members of their school communities.
  • Do you consider more than just quantitative (standardized test results, GPA) factors?

    We like to look at each applicant as a whole and get to know him/her as a person to see what kind of thinker, student, and person he/she is. We do require all students entering grades 1st through 12th to be tested. As part of the admissions process, we require your current principal, and a teacher to complete recommendations along with providing a copy of the discipline report for the year. We also have an admission interview with the applicant as well as his/her parents.