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EVERY CHILD
IS BORN A GENIUS

- Buckminster Fuller

Introduction to Upland Hills School

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May 18

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“Who We Are” Podcast—Jan and Kathy

March 4, 2024

Podcast – Episode 2 of the Council of Elders podcast series “Who We Are” is out now! Michael sat down with Jan and Kathy, two of our legacy teachers, to talk about their time as teachers and parents at Upland Hills, how they found the school, and what they hope that current parents can do…

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“Master of Change” by Brad Stuhlberg

December 19, 2023

We are highlighting a powerful new book by Brad Stuhlberg called, Master of Change. The book serves as a guide to resilience and rugged flexibility. In it, the author outlines the science and art behind cultivating rugged flexibility, and his philosophy for navigating periods of disorder. Think of the guide as a “cliff notes” primer…

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Who We Are – An Upland Hills Podcast

December 19, 2023

The Upland Hills Council of Elders has asked Michael to create a podcast to highlight the stories from parents and other community members that tell the story of who we are as a school. For the first episode (available only on YouTube) Michael interviewed his parents, Colleen Cavanagh and Dan Kosuth, to talk about how…

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"I observe that every child demonstrates a comprehensive curiosity. Children are interested in everything and are forever embarrassing their specialized parents by the wholeness of their interests. Children demonstrate right from the beginning that their genes are organized to help them to apprehend, comprehend, coordinate, and employ—in all directions."

- Buckminster Fuller

ANNUAL GIVING

We are in an exciting and important time in the life of Upland Hills School. We are growing as a community in ways that are new and in ways that honor and uphold our past. Upland Hills has always met it’s financial responsibilities and challenges with the ethic of, “Doing more with less.” This careful, conscious and anticipatory strategy has served the school well in times of great abundance and in leaner times.

Today, we are fortunate to be stable and strong financially. Fiscal health and stability allows our community to dream, create and continue to evolve. And it is the community creating the abundance to do so.

The annual fund is the cornerstone of our fundraising program. All gifts to this effort reach into every aspect of life in our school. Your gifts ensure that the children, teachers, family and friends of Upland Hills School will thrive in a love-based learning environment.

We strive for 100% participation from our community. Every gift is received with deep gratitude and honored through it’s careful consideration and allocation. Every single gift makes a difference in the continued growth of our school.

We welcome your tax-deductible contribution by check, credit card, in person or by PayPal.

To find our more about the Annual Fund, please contact our director, Rob Himburg by email or phone: 248.693.2878

Click below to donate today!



Upland Hills School

Campus

Ecological Awareness Center

The EAC is rooted in the desire to inform and nurture awareness, accompanied by actions that promote the well-being of all life on Earth.

Community Supported Agriculture

The Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, serves as a rich and varied outdoor classroom for our students. From choosing seeds to planting, tending, harvesting and cooking our students are deeply immersed in the food circle.

Karen Joy Theater

The Theatre Experience has been an integral part of our curriculum since our beginning in 1971. It gives children a place to work together toward the common goal closest to the heart of a child, the magic of wonder.