Everett Middle School
School code number: 529
Grade level: 6-8
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Every Friday, school is dismissed at 12:30 p.m. Students can leave after lunch or attend the afterschool program.
450 Church Street, San Francisco, CA, 94114
Neighborhood: Castro/Upper Market
School Loop: ems-sfusd-ca.schoolloop.com
Principal: Lena Van Haren
- ADA Access Guide
- School Site Emergency Plan
- School Accountability Report Card
- Balanced Score Card
- School Quality Improvement Index report
Discover This School
Everett Middle School, located between the Mission and Castro neighborhoods, promotes a college-readiness culture through rigorous academic classes and partnerships with Mission Graduates, First Graduates and GEAR-UP. Our school offers a Spanish immersion program and serves newcomer students from all over the world. The ExCEL/Beacon after-school program helps students and their families with academics, recreational, and enrichment activities. We strongly believe parents are our partners in the education of every student and encourage their participation. Everett is dedicated to providing each student with an equal opportunity to succeed by promoting intellectual growth, creativity, self-discipline, cultural and linguistic sensitivity, democratic responsibility, and physical and mental health so that each student can achieve his or her maximum potential.
Everett centers professional learning on equity, creating an environment where students can flourish. We help students discover high levels of engagement, self-efficacy, and optimism. Engaged, high-achieving, joyful learners are students who believe that they are part of the Everett learning community, that teachers and staff have their best interest at heart. We believe that accountability is a partnership between students, parents, teachers, and other responsible adults who consistently encourage students to achieve their highest potential. To support ongoing communications, we hold parent meetings in Spanish and have a full-time parent liaison available to families.
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School ToursPlease call the school for the schedule of school tours. The information can also be found on Everett’s website.
Boys: black pants, white collared shirt. Girls: black pants/skirt, white collared shirt/blouse. No red or blue.
Before-School ProgramsLibrary and cafeteria are open in the morning at 7:30 a.m.
Afterschool ProgramsMission Beacon Center: Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m., Friday from 1 to 6 p.m., at no cost. Call 415-864-5205 x271 for more details. The program provides academic support, recreation, enrichment, cooking, skateboarding, biking, art, field trips, computers, and more.
Special Education Programs
- Designated instructional services
- Resource specialist program
- Mild/moderate inclusion classes
- Moderate/severe separate class
- Newcomer ELD
English Plus Pathway, Newcomer Pathway, Secondary Dual Language Pathway (Spanish Immersion in Science and Social Studies Grades 6-8)
Student Support Programs
Common Core schoolwide, Balanced literacy schoolwide, math, block scheduling, Rosetta Stone and systematic ELD for English Language Learners, wellness center, restorative practices schoolwide, community circles in all homerooms every Friday.
- Boys' and girls' basketball, track and field, soccer
- Boys' baseball/flag football
- Girls' softball/volleyball
Arts and Enrichment
Band, orchestra, drama, Spanish language arts, leadership and multimedia art, visiting performers, talent show, African diaspora, Dia de los Muertos
School Day Academic Enrichment
Computer stations, Elmos and Promethean boards in classrooms, yearbook, peer mediators, leadership class, enrichment activities, young adult book club, visiting authors
Everett Middle School had the highest gain in API of all the middle schools over the past three years in SFUSD. Everett has a Spanish immersion program that began in 2010-2011.
Find out more about the various programs at Everett.