June Jordan School for Equity

More about this school

  • School Type

    High School (9-12)
  • Estimated Enrollment

  • Principal

    • Amanda Chui
  • Assistant Principal(s)

    • Carlos Herrera
  • Hours

    Mo - Tu: 8:40 am-3:50 pm
    We: 8:40 am-1:15 pm
    Th - Fr: 8:40 am-3:50 pm
  • School Tour

    We are open for tours most day. Please reach out to our counselor, Michelle Guan (guanm2@sfusd.edu) to schedule a tour. 

    Sign up for a school tour at sfusd.edu/tours.

  • Uniforms Policy

    Appropriate dress required.
  • Neighborhood

  • School Meals

    Breakfast, Lunch, After School Supper

    View menus at sfusd.edu/menus.

  • School Code

  • June Jordan School for Equity was explicitly designed as a school rooted in equity and social justice. It was founded through a community organizing effort by a group of teachers, parents, and youth.  The goal of June Jordan was to provide a better educational experience for students who were not being appropriately served in traditional schools. As a school for social justice, we are committed to serving working-class, communities of color (Latinx, Pilipinx, Black and Pacific Islander). The mission of June Jordan is not just to prepare students for college, but also to prepare our graduates to be agents of positive change in the world. Over the course of 4 years, we work to prepare young people in three key areas: Community, Social Justice & Independent Thinkers!

    Social Justice: We stand against oppression, both internal and external. We see ourselves as part of the past, present and future movements for justice in our communities and our world. 

    Community: We live in Respect, Integrity, Courage and Humility.

    Independent Thinkers: We develop ourselves as intellectuals with the skills we need to succeed. 

    Our Values

    June Jordan has 4 values which form the foundation of our work as a school for social justice. We believe these ethical principles are equally as important as academic preparation. Those core values spell R.I.C.H. - Respect, Integrity, Courage & Humility. 

    At June Jordan, we have a performance assessment system called YPAR (Youth Participatory Action Research) which describes what we want students to know and be able to do by the time they graduate. Our performance assessment system is a graduation requirement. YPAR is rooted in classroom work and drives our intention around instruction. During their senior year, students present their project to a committee of which includes a final committee presentation and defense to community stakeholders. 

    To build community, we focus on establishing meaningful relationships with students and families. This relationship-based accountability requires a different kind of approach, it also requires re-thinking traditional school systems and structures. Rather than relying on high-level state and district officials to determine whether our school is doing well, we believe the pyramid should be flipped on its head, with parents and students as the ultimate voice of our school's success.


  • After School Programs

    June Jordan School for Equity ExCEL Program.The June Jordan Extended-Day Program (EDP) provides a wide array of opportunities for our students to develop the essential skills needed for both academic success and personal growth. Our free program integrates youth development principles and practices to ensure quality programming in a safe and supportive environment. The following are available every day in the EDP program until 6pm: Free supper, Tech access, Academic support, Athletics, Poetry/Spoken word, Motorcycle Mechanics
  • Language Programs

    • Spanish World Language
  • Special Education Programs

    • Resource Specialist Program Services
    • Separate class - Mild/moderate with autism focus
  • School Day Academic Enrichment

    • Career Technical Education (CTE) Academies
    • College classes at CCSF or SFSU
    • Credit recovery
    • Individual learning plans
    • Interdisciplinary studies
    • Internships available
    • Project-based learning
    • Service learning
    • STEAM (science; technology; engineering; arts; mathematics)
    • Student portfolios
    • Tutoring in school
    • Work experience education
  • Arts Enrichment

    • Ceramics
    • Cooking or home economics
    • Creative writing
    • Gardening
    • Media arts
    • Performing arts
    • Visual arts
    Visiting professional artists. Past courses: visual arts, media arts (film, digital photography) and performing arts (dance, acrobatic arts, drums, guitar, and keyboard)
  • Athletics

    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Soccer
    • Track and Field
    • Volleyball
    • Wrestling
  • Student Support Programs

    • Access to nurse
    • Advisory
    • Counselor
    • Health and wellness center
    • Mentoring
    • On-site nurse
    • Peer resources
    • Social worker
  • Career Technical Education Academies

    • Agriculture and Natural Resources
    • Arts, Media and Entertainment
    • Building and Construction Trades
    • Business and Finance
    • Energy, Environment and Utilities
    • Engineering and Architecture
    • Health Science and Medical Technology
    • Hospitality, Travel and Tourism
    • Information and Communication Technology
    • Marketing, Sales and Services
    • Transportation
  • College Counseling

    • Academic counseling
    • Cash for College or Financial Aid Night
    • College and/or career counseling
    • College and/or career fair
    • College application workshops
    • College tours and visits
    • Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC)
    • Job readiness programs
    • Personal statement workshops
    • SF College Access Center
    • SFUSD Plan Ahead curriculum
    • uAspire
    • UCSF Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
School Data

Application Data

General education entry grade seats per application: 64%
  • School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

    School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) are required by state law and are intended to provide families with important information.

  • School Accountability Highlights

    Published annually by SFUSD to provide access to key data points and three-year trends related to student achievement and school culture-climate. The highlights are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Filipino, and Vietnamese.

  • Social-Emotional and Culture Climate Report

    SFUSD annually surveys families and school staff on a range of school climate indicators that have been found to predict positive student academic achievement. The social-emotional learning of students in grades 4-12 is also assessed.

  • School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

    School communities gather twice a year to review data and previous actions in order to intentionally plan for the coming months. The School Plan for Student Achievement is the template on which this review and stakeholder engagement process is codified.

Contact Info
  • Address

    325 La Grande Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94112
  • Phone Number

  • Fax Number

  • Website


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June Jordan School for Equity
325 La Grande Avenue, San Francisco, 94112
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Mo - Tu: 8:40 am-3:50 pm
We: 8:40 am-1:15 pm
Th - Fr: 8:40 am-3:50 pm