Life After High School
There are many options to consider after graduating high school: attending 4-year colleges, community colleges, vocational-technical schools, apprenticeships, etc.
Explore your options with the resources below!
Start Exploring your College and Career Options Here!
Learn all you need to know about how to start your college and career exploration though the resources in this page here. Get an introduction to colleges in California and beyond in the youtube video below and click left or right to access a slidedeck on how to explore careers!
Intro to College: SFUSD 9th-11th Graders
College and Career Exploration Tools
College & Career Resources for Students with Learning Supports
Click here to find information on transitioning, college spotlights, contact information, and more!
College Access Programs
College Ambassador Team
The College Ambassador Team's mission is to increase college-access, matriculation and success for SFUSD's most underserved students. This work is important to remove the barriers that prevent students of color, first generation students, and students of limited economic means from applying to and succeeding in college.
Click on the link to learn more about the program and where they are taking place.
10,000 Degrees is a leading college success organization in California serving seven Bay Area counties. Our mission is to help students from low-income backgrounds get to and through college in order to positively impact their communities and the world.
Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC)
The Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC) is a non-profit, youth development community organization based in San Francisco. JCYC connects historically underserved youth from local public schools throughout San Francisco and Daly City with free, comprehensive and culturally competent college access services. JCYC serves 3,000+ youth every year, and 77% of our participants are low-income and first in their families to attend college.
uAspire is a nonprofit organization ensuring that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to and through college. uAspire's singular focus is on college affordability and removing financial barriers so that every student has an equitable opportunity to graduate from college and succeed in life.
Frequently Used College Links
Private and Out-of-State Colleges
This page was last updated on July 15, 2021