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Congratulations to the following winners in the AFSF 48th Annual High School Design Competition. Overall Design: 1st Rachel Sweeney and 3rd Jennifer Cong. Best Digital Design: 2nd Andre Simmons. Honorable Mentions: Andrew Villanueva, Rigel Wakil, Jasmine Liang and Aaron Liang. The design problem this year was to design a music production hub at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture in San Francisco.
SFUSD encourages students to be in school every day and we are committed to keeping them safe and fostering learning. We recognize that there are times when students and their families may choose to participate in activities such as demonstrations or strikes outside of school during the regular school day. While we respect and support our students' rights to express their views, please note that participation in a demonstration, walkout or strike will not be counted as an excused absence.
So close, yet so far away. From 1910 to 1940, many Angel Island Immigration Station immigrants experienced these feelings upon reaching America, but were detained from entering San Francisco. On May 7, 2017 (12:00-3:00), the San Francisco Public Library Main Library will celebrate Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month by spotlighting personal immigrant stories from those who went through Angel Island.
Look forward to educational games and craft activities for all ages, a display of Angel Island family histories, books, news articles, and photos. The first 50 children ages 12 and under will receive a goody bag.
Co-sponsors: the Asian American Studies Department at San Francisco State University, TACT (The Association of Chinese Teachers), the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, and the Square and Circle Club.
If you are interested in taking college classes, apply to the dual enrollment program, its free for high school students.
CCSF Early College/Dual Enrollment summer course offerings are now available. The steps to completing enrollment are included on the summer packet cover page and below:
Step 1: All students who wish to take summer courses should first sign-up at https://tinyurl.com/hh20pga
Step 2: All students choose courses from the list in the attached packet.
Step 3: All students complete a Consent Form; select at least 3 choices and include student, parent/guardian, and counselor signatures.
Step 4: CURRENT Early College students should turn completed Consent Forms into their counselor.
NEW students should bring their Consent Form to the Application session in April.
Step 5: NEW students only: Attend an Application Session to apply to CCSF and learn more about the program. Current students do not need to apply to CCSF.
Step 6: All students: Attend an Orientation/Registration session in May. Dates and times will be announced via email. New and returning students must attend to register for classes.
Do you need to make up or take classes to graduate high school? Our summer school offers “a-g” courses for credit recovery. Students in the 11th and 12th grades with "F" course grades will receive priority registration. Registration begins on April 5 and ends May 22.
Dates: June 7 – July 13, 2017
Locations: Galileo HS (Senior Summer School), Balboa HS, Mission HS, and O'Connell HS
- Registration: Please meet with your counselor to register for summer classes.
- For more information, visit Summer Programs 2017