Ume Preparatory Academy

High School Academic Advising


UME Prep offers a college preparatory graduation plan that meets the state requirements for the Foundation Plan with several endorsement options and a Distinguished Level of Achievement. The UME Prep courses we offer to our scholars have been chosen to reflect our commitment to providing a college preparatory curriculum that exceeds state standards for graduation.



Eleventh grade is the year that PSAT scores are used for National Merit Scholarship decisions. The PSAT is also one of the tests students can use to show college readiness for enrollment in Dual Credit courses.



Current 11th grade students should register, check dates, locations, and deadlines at the following



Academic Advising Meetings Spring 2020

Spring Academic Advising Meeting 2021

March 9, 2020
Credit by Exam Dates
Please review the student handbook for information about CBE, and contact to set a date for an exam


Dual Credit

UME Prep provides scholars the opportunity to take dual credit courses in several subject areas. Please contact Celeste Sarpalius for information about applying to take dual credit courses at UME.



Graduation Planning

Our academic advisors help scholars with a personal graduation plan and course selections. The following documents provide information essential to the process.

Personal Graduation Plans

UME Prep offers students several endorsement options: STEM, Arts and Humanities, and Multidisciplinary. Please see the personal graduation plans below for the pathway to these endorsements.

Honors Program

Scholars may apply to be in the honors program by filling out the application below, meeting the grade requirements, and gaining the necessary teacher recommendations.  The honors courses at UME are embedded in the regular classroom in the core subjects for grades 9-12.