Neighborhood: Pacific Heights
Total Enrollment: Approximately 410
Student-Teacher Ratio: 6:1
First opened in 1975, San Francisco University High School's success lies in its ability to meet the changing needs of its students, their families, and the larger community. The curriculum includes 105 courses, 84 electives, 26 AP and Honors courses, and foreign languages, including Chinese, French, Latin, and Spanish. In addition to college prep level disciplines, the school focuses heavily on visual and performing arts and athletics.
Current enrollment is 410 students who are served at the schools 3065 Jackson Street campus Pacific Heights. The school's master plan includes adding an adjacent building with 14,000 square feet of academic space and labs and 11,500 square feet of athletic facilities.
Total Enrollment: Approximately 420
Student-Teacher Ratio: 10:1
The Urban School of San Francisco, located in Haight-Ashbury, provides its student body an educational experience that extends beyond the academic to encompass the aspirational. As the school's philosophy states, an analytical mind that includes creativity, determination, empathy, optimism, and open-mindedness is one that is best equipped to take on the world's challenges.
The Urban curriculum includes both core and creative disciplines and feature studies in world languages, service-based learning, environmental sustainability, and several thought-provoking multidisciplinary courses. The school makes holistic technology a central part of its learning environment and issues its students MacBook Pro laptops for school and home learning. Athletics play a central role in Urban as well, with 30 teams across 15 sports.
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