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Partner with University Elementary School

Have you been searching for the right elementary school for your children? Look no further. University Elementary School, founded in 1967, offers a comprehensive and engaging learning environment where your young children can thrive. We are a neighborhood public school and proud to be a part of our local community. We currently have over 1,000 students enrolled in our program, overseen by a dedicated staff of 140 caring adults.

When you choose University Elementary School for your child, you’ll partner with a school that has received a remarkable number of awards given the growth they have seen in a short period of time. This is a direct result of the passion our parents, teachers, support staff, and students have for education and their community.

We invite anyone looking for an educational home for children between Pre-K and fifth grade to consider our program. We guarantee you will be impressed by the unique, high-energy and engaging learning environment you will find at UES. Our goal is to keep our students excited about learning and growing by fostering a non-traditional learning environment that includes a wide variety of extracurricular activities.

For more information, or to find out if University Elementary School is the right fit for you and your children, give us a call or stop by the school today!

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Learn more about our After School Activities Program

Our goal is to provide an affordable, quality after school club for children at UES. Registration for the upcoming school year starts NOW!

Learn more about our Early Care Club

We are happy to announce that we are offering a club that offers early child care for parents that need to drop off children starting at 6:00 AM.

Learn more about our Wildcat DADS program

Kindergarten Registration Information

Shreveport Times – At Caddo’s University Elementary, a ‘culture of caring’ yields results

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