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USA High

USA High
Genre Teen sitcom
Created by Leslie Eberhard
Peter Engel
Written by Bernie Ancheta
Paul Corrigan
Paul Dell
Leslie Eberhard
Ken Kuta
Steve Slavkin
Noah Taft
Brad Walsh
Directed by Mary Lou Belli
Frank Bonner
Gary Shimokawa
Starring Josh Holland
Elena Lyons
Thomas Magiar
Marquita Terry
James Madio
Kristen Miller
Angela Visser
Nicholas Guest
William James Jones
Theme music composer Eva King
Opening theme "Rockin' At USA High"
Composer(s) Eva King
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 95
Executive producer(s) Peter Engel
Producer(s) Bernie Ancheta
Peter Engel
Sue Feyk
Rob Hammersley
Carl Kurlander
Ken Kuta
Robert Tarlow
Editor(s) Robert Bramwell
Terry M. Pickford
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22-24 minutes
Production company(s) Peter Engel Productions
Original channel USA Network
Original release August 4, 1997 (1997-08-04) – June 10, 1999 (1999-06-10)

USA High is an American teen sitcom which ran from August 1997 to June 1999, ended after 95 episodes, and reran until August 4, 2001 on USA Network.


  • Synopsis 1
  • Cast 2
    • Notable guest stars 2.1
  • External links 3


The show revolves around six friends enrolled at the American Academy boarding school in Paris, France. Originally conceived to be a part of NBC's Saturday morning TNBC lineup, the show was one of several teen sitcoms created by Peter Engel, who was also responsible for the Saved by the Bell franchise, California Dreams, City Guys, and Hang Time. The series was one of two post-Saved by the Bell: The College Years series executive produced by Engel that did not air on the TNBC lineup, Malibu, CA being the other.

USA High ran for a total of 95 episodes. Season 1 consisted of 75 episodes and ran from August 1997 through November 1998. Season 2 consisted of 20 episodes and aired from November 1998 until June 1999.


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