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  • A. P. Giannini Middle School

    A. P. Giannini will advance the intellectual, social,emotional, and physical development of all of its students through a core curriculum of science, math, history/social science, English, applied/visual/performing arts, and physical education. Staff will recognize the skill...

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  • Abraham Lincoln High School

    Abraham Lincoln High School, which opened in 1940, is one of the leading comprehensive public high schools in San Francisco and it serves culturally diverse students from all areas of the city. Lincoln graduates succeed in universities and colleges locally, all across the c...

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  • Academy of Art University

    MissionThe Academy of Art University prepares aspiring professionals in the fields of design, communications and the arts by delivering excellent undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificate programs.To achieve its mission the Academy of Art University:- maintains an i...

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  • Alvarado Elementary School

    Our Mission and Philosophy: Alvarado is more than a school; it is a community. We are a school of languages, a school of arts, a school of cultures and social justice. Our mission is to reach and teach the heart and soul of the child through a fertile language experience, m...

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  • Anza Branch Library

    In 1930, San Francisco voters approved a charter amendment to increase taxes to fund the construction of the Anza Branch Library. Using the site of the old Lafayette School, architect John Reid, Jr., designed and landscaped the new branch building. The new branch was dedicat...

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  • Archbishop Riordan High School

    Archbishop Riordan High School, an Archdiocesan Catholic High School in the Marianist Tradition, develops the character of young men and instills Christian values in an environment of academic excellence that reflects the cultural richness of the San Francisco Bay Area....

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  • Aspect Foundation

    Mission: To build international goodwill, cross-cultural understanding and a peaceful future through educational and cultural exchange. About Us: Aspect Foundation was founded in 1985 as a small non-profit organization offering affordable study-abroad opportunities to s...

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  • Bay School of San Francisco

    Mission and Philosophy: At The Bay School, we balance challenging academics and innovative thinking with a mindful approach to learning and life. Our goal is to see students unlock their individual and collective potential so they begin to realize their roles in a dynamic w...

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  • Bayview-Anna E. Waden Branch Library

    Library History: Bayview/Anna E. Waden Branch Library was opened as a storefront facility in 1927. It was the 13th branch in the San Francisco Public Library system, replacing a "library station" that had been established in 1921. The present Bayview Branch Li...

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  • Bryant Elementary School

    The mission of the Bryant school community is to assure the healthy development of every child, so each has the wherewithal, knowledge, skills, and the understanding of technology to discover, sustain, and then change the world. We believe that -- All students can lear...

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  • California Child Search

    California Child Search Poetry and Writing Contest This contest is open to California residents in grades 4-12. (Immediate family members of CCS staff are not eligible.) There are three grade categories for awards in poetry: 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. A winner will be...

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  • California College Of The Arts

    CCA was founded in 1907 by Frederick Meyer in Berkeley as the School of the California Guild of Arts and Crafts during the height of the Arts and Crafts movement. The school's first site was the Studio Building on Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley. In 1908 the school was renamed C...

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  • California Institute Of Integral Studies

    California Institute of Integral Studies is an accredited institution of higher education that strives to embody spirit, intellect, and wisdom in service to individuals, communities, and the Earth. The Institute expands the boundaries of traditional degree programs with inte...

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  • Cathedral School for Boys

    Cathedral School for Boys, founded in 1957, strives to provide education in the best traditions of the Episcopal Church and in consonance with the mission of Grace Cathedral. We believe that this education is derived from three main sources: the highest academic and personal...

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  • Cesar Chavez Elementary School

    Cesar Chavez School is a community of life-long learners, achievers and activists who support self determination. We incorporate and integrate academic skills, leadership development, and cultural awareness that is relative to the reality of our community. We are committed t...

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  • Chinatown Branch Library

    HistoryChinatown Branch Library, the third San Francisco Public Library branch to be established, was originally named the North Beach Branch. It was built in 1921 by architect G. Albert Lansburgh with $67,589 in Carnegie funds and features a façade of pressed brick a...

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  • City Arts and Technology High School
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  • City College of San Francisco

    Our Vision CCSF shall provide a sustainable and accessible environment where we support and encourage student possibilities by building on the vibrancy of San Francisco and where we are guided by the principles of inclusiveness, integrity, innovation, creativity, and qualit...

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  • City College of San Francisco - Airport Campus

    VisionCity College of San Francisco values and fosters superior levels of educational participation and academic success among all students.  Reaching out to and including all populations, we strive to provide an affordable and unparalleled learning experience in a supp...

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  • City College of San Francisco - Alemany Campus

    VisionCity College of San Francisco values and fosters superior levels of educational participation and academic success among all students.  Reaching out to and including all populations, we strive to provide an affordable and unparalleled learning experience in a ...

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