High School Information for 8th Graders
Check out our high school night presentation to learn more about the high school application process!
Need More Information?
Check out the 8th Grade Resource Page for students or the counseling website for more information!
Still have questions? Reach out to your counselor!
Career Pathways at our SFUSD High School
SFUSD Career Pathways in our High Schools give students access to career exploration, practice and mastery of technical skills, and early-college course work. From culinary to biotech, game design to law, all 43 pathway programs cultivate critical thinking, technical literacy, public speaking, and leadership skills. Learn which high school offers which pathway HERE.
LIST OF SFUSD HIGH SCHOOLS
- Asawa San Francisco School Of The Arts (SOTA) **
- 555 Portola Drive • 415-695-5700 • More Info >
- Balboa High School
1000 Cayuga Avenue • 415-469-4090 • More Info >
- Burton, Phillip and Sala High School
400 Mansell Street • 415-469-4550 • More Info >
- Downtown High School
693 Vermont Street • 415-695-5860 • More Info >
- Galileo High School
1150 Francisco Street • 415-749-3430 • More Info >
- Independence High School
1350 7th Avenue • 415-242-5000 • More Info >
- International Studies Academy
655 De Haro Street • 415-695-5866 • More Info >
- Jordan, June High School
325 La Grande Avenue • 415-452-4922 • More Info >
- Lincoln, Abraham High School
2162 24th Avenue • 415-759-2700 • More Info >
- Lowell High School
1101 Eucalyptus Drive • 415-759-2730 • More Info >
- Marshall, Thurgood High School
45 Conkling Street • 415-695-5612 • More Info >
- Mission High School
3750 18th Street • 415-241-6240 • More Info >
- O'Connell, John High School
2355 Folsom Street • (415) 695-5370 • More Info >
- S.F. International High School
1050 York Street • 415-695-5781 • More Info >
- The Academy - San Francisco
555 Portola Drive • (415) 695-5700 •More Info >
- Wallenberg, Raoul High School
40 Vega Street • 415-749-3469 • More Info >
- Washington, George High School
600 32nd Avenue • 415-750-8400 • More Info >
- Wells, Ida B. High School
2355 Folsom Street, 4th Floor • 415-241-6315 • More Info >
** Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA) is the only high school with additional application requirements. Please see the link below with information you need to know if you are applying to SOTA:
SFUSD CHARTER SCHOOLS
City Arts and Technology
325 LaGrande Avenue, SF, CA 94112 • 415-841-2200
City Arts and Technology (CAT) is a tuition-free public charter high school that is dedicated to preparing students for post-secondary, career, and life success. CAT offers students a rigorous academic experience and a small, diverse community where students are known, loved and challenged. CAT student population is ~250 students with a 10:1 student to teacher ratio.
Leadership High School
350 Seneca Ave • 415-841-8910
Leadership High School (LHS) is a small, public charter school (~320 students, ~22:1 student-teacher ratio) that provides a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum with extensive leadership in a small school setting. High expectations are coupled with a supportive and personalized environment to ensure students are well known and individually supported to meet the challenges of high school. In addition to developing skills needed to be successful in college, to lead their own lives, and to be leaders of change in their communities.
Gateway High School
1000 Cayuga Avenue • 415-469-4090
655 De Haro Street • 415-643-6951
This page was last updated on November 3, 2021