San Francisco Schools, Activities, Safe Areas

By pjain      Published May 25, 2021, 5:46 p.m. in blog Housing   

San Francisco Neighborhoods

San Francisco High Schools

=== Private High Schools

=== Better SF High Schools

9/10 KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory

1195 Hudson Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124

8/10 Galileo High

1150 Francisco St, SF

=== Higher End High Schools - But Lottery or Competitive Entrance

Lowell High School 10/10 - Competitive Entrance

Founded in 1856 in San Francisco, Lowell High School is the oldest public high school west of the Mississippi.

It is ranked as one of the highest performing public high schools in California, and has been recognized 4 times as a National Blue Ribbon School, 8 times as a California Distinguished School, and one time as a Gold Ribbon School. Lowell has been consistently ranked #1 in the Western Region for the number of Advanced Placement Exams given.

Admission to Lowell is competitive and merit-based, serving students from throughout the city who demonstrate academic excellence and are motivated to pursue a rigorous college preparatory program.

Lowell offers 100 active clubs and service organizations and a comprehensive athletic program, with 32 teams playing 27 sports. Our elective program boasts the largest Visual and Performing Arts Department in the city and a World Language Department of eight languages. All students have equal access to all classes, as well as academic and personal support through its Wellness, Peer Resources and CSF Tutoring Programs.

  • SRC: https://www.sfusd.edu/school/lowell-high-school
  • https://www.greatschools.org/california/san-francisco/6397-Lowell-High-School/#Reviews

=== Medium End Schools in SF

7/10 Balboa High

=== Charter and VERY Low End Schools in SF

  • 1/10 Jordan, June School for Equity
  • 1/10 SF International High, York Street

  • 1/10 Wells, Ida B. High, Hayes Street

  • 1/10 Life Learning Academy Charter, 8th street

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