100% College Prep Institute

Contact Diane Gray (Executive Director)
Address 1201 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 550-9455
Fax (415) 550-9457
Hours M-Th: 4pm-8pm
Email diane@100collegeprep.org
Website www.100collegeprep.org
Target 8th Grade-12th Grade
Additional Languages

Our 4 core programs work together to ensure a web of services that create college aware, ready, and eligible students. Youth work 1:1 with academic coaches who help them plan their college going journey by setting and achieving academic goals. They also engage in group activities that support school success, academic proficiency and college entrance.

3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic

Contact  Joi Jackson-Morgan (Executive Director)
Address 1728 Bancroft Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-1707
Fax (415) 822-1723
Hours M-F; 1-5PM for clinic, Youth Access Point, and youth center drop-in
Email info@3rdstyouth.org
Website www.3rdstyouth.org
Target Youth and adults ages 12-24
Additional Languages  Spanish

The 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is a community based non-profit youth organization in Bayview Hunters Point, with medical & behavioral health services, housing, and youth development programming.  3rd Street specializes in empowering youth to make decisions to support their health, safety, and development.  Youth ages 12-24 can utilize the drop-in center and FREE clinic resources Monday- Friday, 1:00-5:00 PM.   Clinic services include: pregnancy testing; STD testing & treatment; HIV testing & PrEP navigation; family planning/birth control; and physicals.  3rd St also offers paid youth programming, including a year long allied health career program.

3rd Street is home to the only Youth Access Point for housing in BVHP.  Youth ages 18-25 can drop-in, Mon-Fri, 1-5:00 PM, to take the city & county’s coordinated entry housing assessment.  3rd St provides wrap around case management for youth who are eligible for rapid rehousing, and problem solving funds for those who are not.


Alive & Free

Contact Dr. Joseph Marshall
Address 1060 Tennessee Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 826-8664
Fax (415) 826-8673
Hours Leadership Academy is Tuesdays 5:30-8:30pm, September to July; College Prep is Thursdays 5:30-8:30pm, January through July; Office: 9-5:30pm M-F
Email admin@stayaliveandfree.org
Website https://StayAliveAndFree.org/
Target 14-24 yrs old
Additional Languages

Alive & Free works to change beliefs, attitudes, values and actions that promote violence. It identifies the symptomatic thoughts and behaviors that put young people at risk for violence, addresses the underlying feelings and emotions that contribute to violent behavior and introduces a new mindset that promotes positive lifestyle choices with hands on classroom activities.

Young people who have learned the Alive & Free Prescription have a new set of life skills to make choices that help them go to college, succeed in life, and give back to their communities.

Bayview Boom

Contact John Weiss (Director)
c/o Bayview Renaissance, 1325-B Evans Ave
Phone (415) 689-4335
Hours Hours vary
Email john@bayviewboom.org
Website www.bayviewboom.org
Target Boys and Girls, ages 10-20, approximately
Additional Languages

The Bayview BOOM is an engineering and entrepreneurship “school-of-the-streets.”  Since 2011, the BOOM has provided hands-on introductory classes in hardware product design, electronics, bicycle repair, motorcycle repair, and more.  Participants learn to use professional tools, techniques, and terminology to build and sell our portable boombox.  Teens love our boombox project!  We develop problem-solving skills, self-control, and a profound sense of accomplishment.


Contact Academy Staff
Address 2415 3rd Street, Suite 230, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 701-8228
Fax (415) 701-9228
Hours M-F: 9:30am-5:30pm (Office Hours); Program Hours M-F: 4:30pm-6:30pm (Spring & Fall) M-F:1pm-5pm (Summer)
Email academy@baycat.org
Website www.baycat.org
Target Youth 11-18 years old and Young Adults 18-25 years old
Additional Languages Spanish

Digital Media

Filmmaking, Music Performance/Production, Graphic Arts/Animation, Workshops, Internships.

Education and Job Training

BAYCAT provides free after-school and summer programs for youth ages 11-17. For young adults ages 18-25 BAYCAT offers a paid pathways studio internship and a number of workshops in media arts.

In addition, BAYCAT is a full-service media studio providing local and national clients with video, audio, web, print and identity design services.

Bayview/Linda Brooks Burton Branch, San Francisco Public Library (SFPL)

Contact Annie Tang (Managing Librarian)
Address 5075 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 355-5757
Hours Sun: 1pm-5pm; M, Sat: 10am-6pm; Tu, W, Th: 10am-8pm; F: 1pm-6pm
Email baymgr@sfpl.org
Website www.sfpl.org
Target All ages
Additional Languages Spanish, Cantonese

The Bayview Linda Brooks-Burton Library was renamed on March 28, 2015.  There is a collection of high interest materials for adults, teens, and children.  The collection consists of fiction, non-fiction, and reference materials.  There is a special collection of books and materials by and about African Americans.  There is a medium sized Chinese Language and Spanish Language collection.  California residents with a valid identification can receive a free SFPL library card to borrow books, DVDs,music, audiobooks, magazines, and e-books from any public library in San Francisco.  You are also able to access the internet for 2 hours per day on the public computers.  The library databases are accessible online for academic and genealogy research.  All San Francisco public libraries offer free wireless internet access.  There are weekly and monthly events for all ages.  Some of the events are movies, basic computer classes, science and art workshops, author readings, SAT classes, in addition there is also preschool and toddler story time, with a special attention to diverse programming.  A program room is available for community use by reservation on the SFPL website under “Services.”


Contact Tacing Parker (Executive Director)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 6am-8pm, Sat: 8am-4:30pm, Sun: 8:30am-1pm
Email aparker@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Additional Languages

The Bayview Hunters Point YMCA offers a comprehensive range of programs and services to support children, youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area.  We strive to help youth and families develop positive directions in life by creating programs that increase educational achievement, sustainability, increase leadership skills, provide civic engagement opportunities, and offer recreational activities.  Our area of focus includes healthy living, youth development, and social responsibility.  We accomplish this through the following programs:

Bayview Family Resource Center

Contact Anastasia Gordon (Director)
Address 1601 Lane Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 ext. 4235
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F 9am-5pm, some Saturdays
Email agordon@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Families
Additional Languages Spanish

Family support services at the Bayview Y are designed to provide families opportunities to gain access to services and supports towards becoming self-sufficient and healthy.  Services offered include case management, gender specific support groups, visitation, community events, information and resources.

Huntersview Family Service Center

Contact Tacing Parker
Address 1101 Fairfax Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F 9am-3pm
Email aparker@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Residents of Huntersview
Additional Languages Spanish, Samoan

Providing a continuum of holist supportive services that uhold families through challenges and growth. We offer parent support groups, early literacy, health and healing through the arts, and support housing stability and food security. Programming includes weekly Food Pantry, Qigong Movement class, Womens Healing Circle, Mindfulness Based Meditation and Housing stability.


Center For Academic Re-ENTRY and Empowerment (CARE)

Contact Eason Lloyd Ramson (Director)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 ext. 4231
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F 9am-3pm
Email eramson@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Students between the ages of 14-19 years old
Additional Languages Spanish

CARE is a re-engagement center for youth who are chronically or habitually truant or have dropped out of school.  Students are provided advocacy and supports needed to complete high school and to transition to positive post-secondary options.


School Site Mentoring Program

Contact Alem Ambachew (Site Coordinator)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F 9am-5pm
Email yambachew@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Middle School and High School students
Additional Languages

SSM serves students at local schools providing students case management, advocacy and support groups.  Referrals may be made by contacting us directly.


Out of School Time Programs

Beacon Program at Burton High School and MLK MS

Contact Sarah Ballard-Hanson (Sr. Director of Beacon and Out of School Time Programs)
Address Burton: 400 Mansell Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
MLK: 350 Girard Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax  (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 3pm-6pm unless noted in descriptions below
Email sballard-hanson@ymcasf.net and tcamp@ymcasf.net
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Children, youth, adults
Additional Languages

The Bayview Beacon, a program of the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, has a hub center located at Phillip & Sala Burton Academic High School and a satellite center located at MLK Jr. Academic Middle School and Willie Brown Middle School. In partnership with each school, we are implementing the community school’s model to ensure that every student graduates college ready. The Bayview Beacon gives youth the tools to thrive, while also strengthening the legs that support them: parents, family and community. All Beacon programs and services are free and are open to everyone – especially students, parents and residents of Bayview Hunters Point, the Portola District, and Visitacion Valley.


Beacon Program at Willie Brown

Contact Maysha Bell (Sr. Director of Beacon Program)
Address 2055 Silver Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 3pm-6pm
Email mbell@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Children, youth, and adults
Additional Languages

The Willie Brown Beacon program, is a program of the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, at Willie Brown Middle School. In partnership with each school, we are implementing the community school’s model to ensure that every student graduates college ready. The Bayview Beacon gives youth the tools to thrive, while also strengthening the legs that support them: parents, family and community. All Beacon programs and services are free and are open to everyone – especially students, parents and residents of Bayview Hunters Point, the Portola District, and Visitacion Valley. Along with out-of-school time activities for youth, there will also be services and events focused on adults and families. The Beacon’s STEAM focused programming includes: homework help/tutoring, cultural arts, cooking, employment, college/career explorations and sports.

Dr. GW Carver Elementary School

Contact Arra Dacquel (Site Coordinator)
Address 1030 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 535-9214
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 3pm-6pm
Email adacquel@ymcasf.net
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Children, youth, and adults
Additional Languages

The Carver After School Program, a program of the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, provides a safe space and learning opportunities after school for Carver Elementary students. The program offers a healthy snack along with comprehensive enrichment, recreation and academic programming. Throughout the program, our goal is to provide all participants with the highest-quality youth development experience. This approach builds young people’s resiliency as they face their daily challenges and supports their natural inclination to pursue their own growth into healthy, productive young adults.

Middle School Programming

Just 4 Girls/Fellas After School Program

Contact Sarah Ballard-Hanson (Sr. Director of Beacon and Out of School Time Programs)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7769
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 3:30pm-7pm
Email sballard-hanson@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Additional Languages

The Fellas/Just 4 Girls is a middle school program designed to provide a safe environment for boys/girls to learn to navigate their way through the perils of the community/school and to become involved in positive activities. We accomplish this by providing a balance of academic support (homework assistance), behavioral health, creative arts leadership, sports/recreation, community safety and advocacy. Our target population are youth in middle school who reside in district 10. Our middle school program follows the San Francisco Unified School District calendar.


Just Choizes Teen Center/Multi Media Center

Contact  Sarah Ballard-Hanson (Sr. Director of Beacon and Out of School Time Programs)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 3:30pm-7pm
Email  sballard-hanson@ymcasf.net
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target 8th Grade-High School students
Additional Languages

Just Choizes, a social justice program, empowers youth to become change makers in their community. The program will focus on 2 large projects per year that aim to make significant local impact. Youth can apply for Just Choizes positions at 2 points throughout the school year. Youth will attend Just Choizes programs one day a week for 2 hours each day. Hours increase after each action project is established; youth will also attend field trips outside of weekly groups. Youth are residents of District 10.


Transitional Aged Youth Workforce Program

Contact  Demetrius Durham (Director of Workforce Development)
Address  1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 822-7728 ext. 4240
Fax  (415) 822-7769
Hours Varies
Email  ddurham@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Youth and young adults ages 16-24
Additional Languages

The TAY Program provides groups, case management, leadership development and skill building for youth and young adults between the ages of 16-24 years old. Referrals can be made by contacting us directly.


Primed and Prepped

Contact  Kelly Armstrong (Director)
Address  1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone  (415) 822-7728
Fax  (415) 822-7769
Hours Varies
Email karmstrong@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Students aged 14-19 years old
Additional Languages

Primed and Prepped is a culinary arts and hospitality management program for students aged 14-19 years old. Students gain real life skills that will prepare them for the workforce and other post-secondary opportunities. Additionally, students who complete the program have opportunities for employment and apprenticeships in the industry.


Sports & Recreation

Contact Tino Ellington (Director)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 ext. 4226
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours Varies
Email cellington@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Additional Languages

For ten years the Bayview YMCA has provided sports offerings for children and youth in the community.  Participants can expect to learn the core YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility as they also learn the fundamentals of their respective sports interests, the importance of team work, sportsmanship and commitment.  Enrollment varies depending on the season.


Facility Membership

Contact Adaysha Patton (Coordinator)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 ext. 4246
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours  M-F: 6am-8pm, Sat: 8am-4:30pm, Sun: 8:30am-1pm
Email apatton@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Additional Languages

Facility Membership opportunities are available to all.  Our membership offers opportunities for individuals and families to our wellness coaches, new fitness center, gymnasium, group exercise classes (both low and high impact classes).  Some classes include: strength and conditioning, Zumba, Move to Improve, children’s ballet, wellness walks, and so much more!

African American Holistic Wellness Program

Contact Gigi Hill-Hopkins (Sr. Director of Health & Wellness)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 ext. 4256
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours  Varies
Email ghill-hopkins@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target  African American adults
Additional Languages

The AAHW provides opportunities within the Bayview Hunters Point, Western Addition and OMIE communities in San Francisco, to provide wellness amongst the African American community.  This is accomplished through social connectedness opportunities such as family events, health and wellness activities, support groups, and short-term counseling.


Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Contact Roxanne Buchwitz (BVHP Program Lead)
Address 2901 Irving Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 682-0566
Fax (415) 682-0567
Hours M-Sat
Email sftzuchi@yahoo.com
Website www.tzuchi.us
Target BVHP students and families
Additional Languages Mandarin, Cantonese

1). Provide attendance incentives to enable students to achieve their full potential at schools
2). Offer free mobile dental services and healthy diet educations to families in the community
3). Provide environmental conservation workshops to BVHP residents to support SF ZERO WASTE policy
4). Offer disaster relief support to families in needs.

California Academy of Sciences – Careers in Science Internship Program

Contact  Neal Ramus
Address 55 Music Concourse Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone (415) 379-5109
Hours Saturdays 9am-5pm year round. Some weekdays during summer
Email CiS@calacademy.org
Website www.calacademy.org/interns
Target High school youth from demographics underrepresented in STEM careers.
Additional Languages  Spanish

The Careers in Science program offers a year-round science education and youth development internship with three major components: learning science, teaching science to others, and conducting scientific research.  Interns learn about the findings and processes of science and the natural world through hands-on trainings, field science experiences, and peer and professional mentorships.  This multi-year paid internship serves San Francisco youth typically underrepresented in the sciences.

City College, Southeast Center

Contact Torrance Bynum (Dean)
Address 1800 Oakdale Avenue, Room 200, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 550-4347
Fax (415) 550-4376
Hours M-Th: 8am-9pm; F: 8am-5pm
Email tbynum@ccsf.edu
Website www.ccsf.edu/southeast
Target Enroll students into College level courses
Additional Languages

To assist students and provide classes and programs that lead to an AA/AS degree/Certificate and or transfer to a four year institute

College Track

Contact Anesha Grant
Address 4301 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 206-9995 ext. 100
Fax (415) 206-9998
Hours M-Th: 11am-7pm; F: 10am-6pm
Programming for students: 4:30pm-7pm
Email agrant@collegetrack.org
Website www.collegetrack.org/communities/san-francisco-ca/
Target Grades 9-12
Additional Languages

College Track is an after-school, college preparatory  and college completion program. Through our holistic programming and service-based approach, College Track creates a culture of high expectations and achievement.  We ensure that each student is college ready and provided with support that many students do not have in their homes or at their schools.  Together, these components make a powerful, comprehensive program that empowers students to achieve their dreams of a college education.  We work with each of our students for 10 years, throughout all of their high school and undergraduate college education.  Our programming includes tutoring, academic workshops, extra curricular programming, and college prep classes.

DPH: School-Based Mental Health

Contact Min Tan
Address 1309 A/B Evans Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 206-7675
Fax (415) 648-4035
Email min.tan@sfdph.org
Additional Languages

School-based mental health triages administration of mental health services at school from pre-school to high-school.

Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center

Contact  Cathy Davis (Executive Director)
Address 1753 Carroll Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-1444
Fax (415) 822-5327
Hours M-F 9am-5pm and Sat. 10am-4pm
Email info@bhpmss.org
Website www.bhpmss.org
Target  Seniors and disable persons
Additional Languages  Cantonese and Samoan

We provide seniors and disabled persons with a nutritious lunch at 12 noon; six days a week-Monday through Saturday. Seniors and disabled persons are invited to participate in arts, crafts, music, recreational activities and health education workshops. Case managers are available to help connect seniors and disabled individuals with resources and referrals on housing, money management and social services.

EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park

Contact Elizabeth Koch
Address 32 Jennings Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 676-1394
Hours W-Sun: 9:30am-3:30pm
Email ecocenter.bvhp@gmail.com
Website https://sfrecpark.org/destination/ecocenter-at-herons-head-park/
Target All ages
Additional Languages

The EcoCenter is a hub of recreational fun and environmental education in beautiful Heron’s Head Park. Run by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the EcoCenter offers a Sunday trail engagement program, bi-monthly bird walks, field trips for youth K-12, tours, volunteer opportunities, public workshops and rental space. Even the building itself is a testament to the power of green building technology, including solar power, a living roof, sustainable building materials, on-site wastewater treatment, and rainwater harvesting and reuse. To learn more, go to http://bit.ly/EcoCenter2019

FACES SF Bayview

Address 100 Whitney Young Circle, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 821-7550 ext. 270 or option 2
Fax (415) 821-0442
Hours M-F: 7am-6pm
Website www.facessf.org
Target 18 months – 12 years of age
Additional Languages  Spanish and Tagalog

We give the children developmentally appropriate activities that develop the whole child. We have an inclusion program that includes working with specialist in the arts: music, ballet, stick-dance, self-defense, P.E., gardening, and much more. We provide an emerging curriculum that helps the children develop things that interest them and help them make the connection to real life experiences.

FOG Readers, San Francisco Public Library

Contact Kate Eppler (Program Manager)
Address 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone (415) 557-4388
Hours all
Email readers@sfpl.org
Website www.sfpl.org/fog
Target Children in grades 1-4 who are struggling with reading
Additional Languages  Spanish, Tagalog

We will match your student with a trained tutor to meet once a week for 45 minutes to an hour at a San Francisco Public Library location that is convenient for you. The program breaks reading and spelling into smaller skills involving letters and sounds. It is a phonetically based, sequential, structured approach that uses multisensory techniques. FOG Readers puts a strong emphasis on understanding the ‘how’ and ‘why’ behind reading — once students know consistent rules and patterns, they’re better able to decode words on their own

Five Keys Charter Schools

Address 1800 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 821-2400
Fax (415) 734-3314
Hours M-F: 8am-4pm
Email info@fivekeys.org
Website www.fivekeyscharter.org
Additional Languages  Spanish

Here at Five Keys, our goal is to restore communities through education. Our philosophy is that through social and restorative justice principles, we can provide traditionally under served communities the opportunity to restart their education, focusing on Five Keys Areas: Education, Employment, Recovery, Family, and Community.

Hunters Point Family

Gilman Playground (Rec Connect)

Contact Tosheena Bridgewater (Program Director)
Address 1 Bill Walsh Way, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 573-8449
Fax (415) 671-3910
Hours M-F: 10am-6pm; Saturday community events as scheduled
Email tosheena@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target Ages 10-18
Additional Languages

Offers academic support, cultural and arts enrichment, recreational activities, community events and a comprehensive full-day summer camp program.

Peacekeepers & Bayview Safehaven

Contact Aisha Robinson (Program Director)
Address 2600 Arelious Walker, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-2950
Email aisha@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target High risk youth living in the Bayview area
Additional Languages

Crisis Prevention. And Intervention. Mentorship, Literacy Support, and cooking classes.


Contact Melody Daniel (Director)
Address 1800 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-8894
Fax (415) 671-3910
Email melody@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target Youth and young adults ages 16-24 years
Additional Languages

Job readiness, job training, job placement, barrier removal

Phoenix Project

Contact Maurice Monet (Program Director)
Address 59 Cameron Way, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-2950
Hours M-F: 11:30am-8pm, Sat:10am-2pm (Garden Program)
Email maurice@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target “High risk” youth and young adults living in/near the Alice Griffith public housing community
Additional Languages

Case management, educational advocacy and tutoring, nutrition classes, development and life-skills workshops, enrichment classes and recreational activities. Peacekeeper has a Garden Program on Saturday from 10am-2pm. Bayview Safe Haven is located at 90 Northridge Road, for youth living in or near “Harbor Road” public housing community.


Address 235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1025, SF 94104
Phone (415) 536-5867 ext. 121
Hours Regional office M-F: 9am-5pm / Services vary in times
Website www.jstart.org
Target Pre-school age, 3-5 years old
Additional Languages

The Jumpstart program supports our mission to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed.  This involves improving academic gains for young children, involving families, and fostering a pipeline of early educators and champions of early childhood education.  We pursue this vision by providing our enriched curriculum in preschool aged classrooms, by participating in community events to promote early literacy activities in and outside of the home, by cultivating a high-quality early childhood workforce and by inspiring public support and investment in high-quality early learning experiences.

KIPP Bayview Academy MS

Contact Denise Hall (Operations Manager)
Address 1060 Key Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 467-2522
Fax (415) 467-9522
Hours M-F: 7:45am-3pm
Email kba_info@kippbayarea.org
Website www.kippbayarea.org
Target Families with middle school aged children
Additional Languages Spanish

The mission of KIPP Bayview Academy is to develop critical thinkers and change-makers who possess the academic foundations, social-emotional skills, and sociopolitical consciousness necessary to succeed at top-performing colleges and to lead meaningful, productive, and choice-filled lives.

KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory

Contact Aundrey Page
Address 1195 Hudson Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 643-6951
Fax (415) 643-6951
Hours M-F: 7:30am-5:00pm
Email enrollment@kippsfcollegeprep.org
Website www.kippbayarea.org/schools/sfcollegeprep/
Target  Students 9-12 grade
Additional Languages  Spanish

KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory is a free, open-enrollment, public charter school open to all students in San Francisco. The mission of KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory is to prepare all students with the academic skills, knowledge, and strength of character to succeed in college and in the competitive world beyond. Through a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, analytical writing, and public speaking, students will be empowered to take ownership of their own education and achieve success not only as students, but also as active citizens engaged in their communities.

Literacy for Environmental Justice

Contact Bridget Llanes (Programs Manager), Quang Pham (Community Programs Coordinator)
Address 1150 Carroll Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 463-0213, (415) 710-9878
Fax (866) 909-9466
Hours Tu-Sat: 9am-4:30pm
Email bridget.llanes@lejyouth.org quang.pham@lejyouth.org
Website www.lejyouth.org
Target Youth and Young Adults in Bayview and 94124
Additional Languages Spanish

The mission of Literacy for Environmental Justice (LEJ) is to foster an understanding of the principles of environmental justice and urban sustainability in our young people in order to promote the long-term health of our communities. We provide free educational and service learning opportunities for K-12 schools and colleges, professional development opportunities to K-12 teachers, and volunteer opportunities at the Candlestick Point State Rec Area. Paid Youth Internships are available.

New Door Ventures

Contact Mel Flanagan (Program Manager)
Address 3221 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 857-9412
Fax (415) 920-9203
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email youth@newdoor.org
Website https://www.newdoor.org/youth/
Target 16-24 year olds
Additional Languages  Spanish

New Door Ventures provides paid internships, job training and case management support to transitional-aged youth in the Bay Area. Through our employment program, young people work for three months at one of our social enterprises or a local business that we partner with. We also offer incentivized education classes for young people working toward their GED or HiSET. Our education program provides individualized support and one-on-one tutoring to meet young people where they are at on their education path.

OnePurpose School

Contact Joe Steinberger (Development Associate)
Address 948 Hollister Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 657-0277
Hours M-F: 8am-3:15pm (School Day) Also, provide before and after school care.
Email joe@onepurposeschool.org
Website www.onepurposeschool.org
Target Transitional Kindergarten – Fifth Grade
Additional Languages  Spanish

OnePurpose School is a free, public charter elementary school in the Bayview serving grades Transitional Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. We combine solid academic preparation and social-emotional support — both delivered with the care and respect that nurture self-confidence, the strength and resilience to overcome challenges, and the ability to advocate for one’s self. The pillars of our model include a focus on social-emotional skills, a deep focus on literacy, and project-based learning. We also have hands-on science and math curricula.

Project Read, San Francisco Public Library

Project Read

Contact Kate Eppler (Program Manager)
Address 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone (415) 557-4388
Fax (415) 557-4375
Hours all
Email projectread@sfpl.org
Website www.sfpl.org/thebridge
Target Adults working on their reading and writing skills, including English language learners
Additional Languages

People can receive free one-on-one help with their reading and writing. Learners meet with their tutors once a week, for about an hour, and work towards their own goals for improvement. Students can also enroll in an online high school diploma program, even if they are not working with a tutor. To get started with a tutor or volunteer, please call The Bridge at Main at 415 557 4388. To learn more about the online high school diploma please visit sfpl.org/cohs

Project Wreckless

Contact Tori Freeman
Address Mailing address: P.O. Box 883032, San Francisco, CA 94188 Bayview Garage (no mail please): 1449 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 350-2927
Hours Class is every Thursday & Friday from 4-7pm. We end class with a healthy meal.
Email tori@projectwreckless.org
Website www.projectwreckless.org
Target Ages 12-21
Additional Languages

Project Wreckless is a capacity development program targeting youth in our community who are more likely to drop out of school, abuse substances and/or engage in criminal activity.  Project Wreckless provides tools for life through an immersive curriculum centered around the restoration of cars. We don’t just provide tools and support. We expect more of our youth so they gain the confidence to expect more of themselves.

Public Glass

Contact Nate Watson
Address 1750 Armstrong Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 671-4916
Hours T-F: 9am-9pm (Afterschool Program for youth)
Email nate@publicglass.org
Website www.publicglass.org/youth
Target Bay Area youth ages 13-19
Additional Languages

Light a Spark, San Francisco’s first glass education program for underserved youth, allows young people to experience a unique art form. The program teaches the basics of glass arts, but learning goes far deeper. Teamwork, trust, communication, listening and dedication to mastery are just some of the things participants take away from the Light a Spark youth program.

Reading Partners, San Francisco Bay Area

Contact Jennifer Mao
Address 474 Valencia Street, Suite 210, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone (510) 612-5261
Hours M-F: 8am-5pm
Email jennifer.mao@readingpartners.org
Website www.readingpartners.org
Target Kindergarten through 4th grade students reading .5-2.5 years below grade level.
Additional Languages

Reading Partners is an educational nonprofit that connects passionate volunteers with struggling elementary readers, to help students build strong literacy skills, gain confidence, and discover a passion for reading. Reading Partners provides volunteers with a highly effective and easy-to-follow curriculum, along with full-time staff support, so that no experience is required to make a difference! For just one hour a week, volunteers make a huge impact: On average, students double their rate of learning while enrolled in the program. By empowering communities, Reading Partners envisions a future where all children have the reading skills they need to reach their full potential. We are currently placing volunteers at Bret Harte Elementary (1035 Gilman Avenue, 94124). Please contact if interested in volunteering.


Rise University Preparatory

Contact Juliette Chien (Principal)
Address 1601 Galvez Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 966-1963
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email connect@riseprep.org
Website www.riseprep.org
Target Grades 6-9
Additional Languages

Rooted in the Bayview, Rise Prep is an independent Christian middle school offering excellent academics and supportive environment to a diverse student body. 80% of our seats are reserved for BVHP residents, low-income or first-generation college-bound scholars. Thanks to generous donors, tuition is $2,100 a year. See website for more info on admissions, our outstanding program and staff, testimonials, upcoming events, and our non-discriminatory policy.

Safe & Sound

Contact Will Roy
Address 3450 3rd Street, Building 2, Suite 300,
San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 694-5840
Fax (415) 796-7309
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email info@safeandsound.org
Website www.safeandsound.org
Additional Languages Spanish

We provide Child Safety Awareness trainings to children and parents. We also provide Mandated Reporter trainings to service providers. We offer Safestart trainings (the Impact of Violence on Young Children) to parents and providers. All of our trainings are free of charge.

San Francisco Adult Probation Department: Reentry Services

Contact Steve Adami
Address 564 6th Street, San Francisco, CA  94103
Phone (415) 489-7308 or (415) 214-4488
Fax (415) 241-4201
Hours M-F: 8am-5pm
Email steve.adami@sfgov.org
Website www.sfgov.org/adultprobation www.sf-goso.org www.sf-goso.org/casc/
Target Justice Involved Adults who are San Francisco Residents
Additional Languages Translation services are available upon request

CASC:  Reentry Services

The Community Assessment and Services Center (CASC), is a one-stop, multi-service reentry center which specializes in working with justice involved people ages 18 and older.  The CASC embraces a client-centered, strength-based approach, empowers personal responsibility and streamlines access to evidence based services which include clinical and reentry case management, medication management and distribution, peer coaching, cognitive behavioral interventions, substance dependency and recovery services, education and employment services, barrier removal and benefits enrollment assistance.

Led by SFAPD and UCSF/Citywide, and in partnership with SF public safety partners, San Francisco Superior Court, Collaborative Courts, federal probation, state parole, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Human Services Agency, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Department of Child Support Services and an array of talented community based providers, the CASC reduces over-reliance on incarceration, mitigates behavioral health challenges, builds self-sufficiency skills, and strengthens public safety.

We are proud to formally partner with an array of community based providers including Five Keys Schools & Programs, Goodwill Industries, the Senior Ex-Offender Program, Recovery Survival Network, Westside Community Services, America Works, Mentoring Men’s Movement, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Phatt Chance Community Services, Brothers for Change, San Francisco Forensics Institute, the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, HealthRIGHT360, Harbor Lights, Healing Circles for Soul Support, Because Black is Still Beautiful, Sister’s Circle,  United Playaz, and Community Works West.

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Contact Jo-Anne Burgess (Program Coordinator)
Address 1720 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
Phone (415) 431-2453 x315
Email joanne@sfbike.org
Website www.sfbike.org
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to transform San Francisco’s streets and neighborhoods into safe, just, and livable places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation. The Community Bike Build program takes reclaimed bikes and partners with community based organizations to identify low income or transportation dependent recipients for them. Community members can learn the basics of bicycle repair every Wednesday at Community Repair Night where the reclaimed bicycles are refurbished, or bring in their own bicycles for help with maintenance. We also offer free bicycle education classes (which are often held in the Bayview) for youth and adults on everything from learning to ride a bike for the first time, to riding in the rain and at night.

San Francisco Conservation Corps

Contact Tyran Townsend (Outreach Coordinator), Patrick Carr (Outreach Manager)
Address 205 13th Street, Suite 2001, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone (415) 762-3205 ext. 1002 or (415) 740-4830
Hours 7:30am-4:30pm
Email ttownsend@sfcc.org pcarr@sfcc.org
Website www.sfcc.org
Target 18-25 TAY
Additional Languages

Since 1983, over 5,000 young people have taken the challenge to become Corpsmembers, working 5 million hours on hundreds of landscaping, conservation, recycling and playground renovation projects to enhance the environment and communities of San Francisco. The San Francisco Conservation Corps offers young people opportunities to develop themselves, their academic abilities and marketable job skills while addressing community needs through service work. SFCC has grown from a basic education and training program into a robust academic, job training, work readiness and life skills experience for over 100 very low-income young adults each year.

San Francisco Education Fund

Contact Thomas Laursen
Address 2730 Bryant Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 695-5400 ext. 3024
Fax (415) 695-5401
Hours M-F: 9am-5:30pm
Email volunteer@sfedfund.org
Website www.sfedfund.org
Target Students and Teachers
Additional Languages

The San Francisco Education Fund harnesses the power of the community to equip every child with the skills to succeed in college, career and civic responsibility.  Volunteers work in many capacities within San Francisco’s public schools: as one-on-one tutors, as classroom assistants and as non-academic mentors.  From math and English, to music and art, to technology, as library assistants and college and career counselors, our volunteers are there to give students that little bit of extra help they may need to reach their full potential.

San Francisco Housing Development Corporation

Contact Jacklyn LaQuindanum
Address 4439 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-1022
Fax (866) 652-4077
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email fecstaff@sfhdc.org
Website www.sfhdc.org
Target Life skill development training
Additional Languages

I provide Life Skill Development Workshops for community. And offer Supportive Services Referrals to the community. Most of my responsibilities are with the Bayview Commons Apartments, which are dual-diagnosed families who I provide supportive service needs.

San Francisco Unified School District

Balboa High School

Contact Freedom Siyam (Principal)
Address 1000 Cayuga Avenue,  San Francisco, CA 94112
Phone (415) 469-4090
Fax (415) 469-0859
Hours M-F: 8:15am-3:34pm
Email siyamf@sfusd.edu
Website www.bhs-sfusd-ca.schoolloop.com/
Target Youth, grades 9-12
Additional Languages Spanish, Chinese

Balboa has set “Sustaining a culture of continuous improvement” as its mission. As a school community, we work to incorporate the cultural and experiential contributions with which our students enter the school building; these provide foundational building blocks for learning. We must teach our students how to access opportunity—not just what we have, internally, but how they can recognize and access opportunities outside of the school environment. We at Balboa encourage students to believe in themselves, to feel appreciated, and to discover their own value. Athletics, clubs, After-school classes, tutoring, JROTC programs also offered.

Bret Harte Elementary School

Contact Jeremy Hilinski (Principal)
Address 1035 Gilman Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 330-1520
Fax (415) 330-1555
Hours M-F: 8:25am-2:40pm
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/bret-harte.html
Target PreK/TK-5th Grade
Additional Languages Spanish

At Bret Harte, our mission is to provide high-quality instructional programs within a safe learning environment that maximizes individual talents and strengths, celebrates diversity, and prepares students to be productive citizens. As part of our commitment to access and equity, all students have access to instructional programs, materials, and resources that are aligned with California content standards. Every grade, from kindergarten through 5th, includes projects, cross-curricular activities, arts education, field trips, and interaction across grade levels. At Bret Harte School, children are surrounded by caring adults who provide academic and enrichment programs suited to fit their needs.

Civic Center Secondary School

Contact Maurice Harper, Jr.
Address 727 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone (415) 241-3000
Fax (415) 241-6192
Hours M-F: 8:30am-3:30pm
Email harperjr.m@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/civic-center-secondary-school.html
Target Ages 12-19
Additional Languages Spanish, Tagalog, Samoan

Civic Center Secondary functions as an interruption in the educational system, breaking the pipeline to prison design for many underrepresented students. The Civic Center Secondary community, staff, students, parents and community partners openly struggle to interrupt the cycle of low expectations, neglect and institutionalized racism that is characteristic of the educational experience for at risk students. Our focus is our efforts to create a caring, inclusive, safe educational space where building relationships is the focus.

Dr. Charles R. Drew College Preparatory Academy

Contact Ms. Keyana Henderson
Address 50 Pomona Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 330-1526
Fax (415) 822-9210
Hours M, Tu, W, F: 7:45am-1:50pm; Th: 7:45am-12:55pm
Email hendersonk@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu
Target Pre-school – 5th Grade
Additional Languages Spanish

At Dr. Charles R. Drew College Preparatory Academy, we are committed to honoring each and every student. We promote learning, creativity, social and emotional development. As a staff, we seek to enrich our knowledge and develop new skills to build a community of young leaders striving to reach their academic and personal potential.

Dr. George Washington Carver Elementary

Contact Mauricha Robinson
Address 1360 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 330-1540 ext. 1302
Fax (415) 467-7217
Hours M-F: 8:30am-2:40pm
Email robinsonm1@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu
Target K-5th Grade
Additional Languages Spanish

Dr. George Washington Carver Academic Elementary School, a hidden treasure in Bayview-Hunter’s Point, holds high expectations for a culturally diverse student population in a structured environment. We stress academic excellence for all students. Students become self-motivated, intrinsic learners by learning respect for themselves, others, and their surroundings. We guide them to perform to their best ability and to be socially prepared for the challenges of the 21st Century. Students will leave us with a strong foundation in literacy, mathematics, and technology.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School

Contact Leslie Hu (Community School Coordinator/School Social Worker)
Address 350 Girard Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 857-2255
Fax (415) 468-7295
Hours M-F: 8:15am-4pm
Email  hul1@sfusd.edu.
Website www.sfusd.edu
Target Grades 6-8
Additional Languages

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Middle School enrolls students from neighborhoods throughout San Francisco. The diverse and multicultural atmosphere of the school attracts students from all racial/ethnic groups. All students receive equitable access. We focus on a curriculum that is meaningful and relevant, valuing relationships between staff and students, students and their peers, and the student-community.

El Dorado Elementary

Contact Silvia Cordero (Principal)
Address 70 Delta Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 330-1537
Fax (415) 467-2435
Hours M-F: 7:50am-1:50pm
Website www.eldoradoelementarysf.com/
Grades K-5
Additional Languages

El Dorado is an extremely diverse school where teachers, staff, and parents come together to ensure the achievement of all students. El Dorado’s focus is the creation of an environment that promotes teaching the whole child. The school invests its energies in programs that meet the academic and social needs of all students and uses standards-based instructional practices like Balanced Literacy and music integration to tap students’ different learning modalities. We believe in empowering teachers by creating a trusting, nurturing professional environment that allows them to think critically and create out of the box solutions for our community. Our teachers use the language of scholars and critical thinkers to provide our students with the tools to access and navigate future professional and academic opportunities. We believe in recognizing students’ strengths and needs to help them achieve their full potential. We achieve this through traditional and non-traditional methods such as play therapy, behavioral and social skills groups, sports, one on one therapy, group therapy, and one-on-one and small group instruction.

Hilltop Special Services Center

Address 1325 Florida Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 695-5606
Fax (415) 695-5367
Hours M-F: 8am-3pm
Website www.hilltophs.portal.rschooltoday.com/
Additional Languages

This is a comprehensive, continuous, and community-linked school-based program. Cal-SAFE provides: Parenting Education and Life Skills Class, Prenatal Education, Health Education, Nutrition Education, Counseling and Meal Supplements, Career Counseling, Substance Abuse Prevention Education and Counseling, Mental Health Assessment, Intervention and Referrals, Peer Support Groups and Counseling, Child and Domestic Abuse Prevention Education, Counseling and Services, Enrichment and Recreational Activities, Child Care and child development, Individual Case Management, Peer Education, Centering, Pre-natal Care, Nurturing Support, Mother and Father Support Programs, Young Family Resources. Hilltop School provides an academic high school curriculum to students enrolled at the school site.

June Jordan School for Equity High School

Contact Nichalous Archibald (Principal)
Address 325 La Grande Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112
Phone (415) 452-4922
Fax (415) 452-4927
Hours M, F: 8:10am-3:30pm; T, W Th: 8:10am-2:30pm
Website www.jjse.org
Target Grades 9-12
Additional Languages Spanish

June Jordan School for Equity was explicitly designed as a school for equity and social justice. It was founded through a community organizing effort by a group of teachers, parents, and youth, with the goal of providing better educational options for students who were not being served well in traditional schools. The group aimed to be a part of a social justice movement to provide a high-quality education to all youth in the city not just those from certain neighborhoods or backgrounds. We support mental and physical health support for students through our Wellness Center.

Leola M. Havard Early Education School

Contact Raul Erazo-Chavez (Site Administrator/Principal)
Address 1520 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 695-5660
Fax (415) 695-5421
Hours M-F: 7:45am-5:45pm
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/havard-ees.html
Target Pre-K (ages 3-5), Before/Afterschool K-5
Additional Languages Spanish, Fillpino, Laos, Tongan, Cantonese

Leola M. Havard Early Education School (formerly the Burnett Child Development Center) in the Bayview district changed names in 2011 to honor the first African-American female school principal in SFUSD. We believe that family are a child’s first and best teachers, and our goal is to support the family and community in an atmosphere of trust.

Log Cabin Ranch

Address PO Box 329 San Francisco CA 94020
Phone (415) 241-6553
Fax (415) 241-6554
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/log-cabin-ranch.html
Target Youth in the Juvenile Justice system
Additional Languages

Log Cabin High School is a unique court ordered school located 45 miles south of San Francisco, in the town of La Honda. Our school serves youth who have been adjudicated and placed at Log Cabin Ranch for approximately one year. Students participate in a comprehensive school program that not only provides educational opportunities, but also offers them the necessary therapeutic and vocation services so important in reducing future contacts within the juvenile justice system.

Malcolm X Academy

Contact Matthew Fitzsimsons (Principal)
Address 350 Harbor Road San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 695-5950
Fax (415) 647-1647
Hours M-W, F: 8am-2:40pm, Th: 8am-1pm
Email Fitzsimonsm@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/malcolm-x.html
Target K-5th Grade
Additional Languages Mandarin

Malcolm X sits on top of one of San Francisco’s many hills overlooking the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay and the Bay Bridge. It’s an inspiring view, and our school is named for an inspiring leader. These help shape the ideals and vision of our school community. At Malcolm X, we help students become successful life-long learners. We believe students need to develop a range of abilities—thinking, problem solving, creativity, listening skills, and the ability to work with others. We prepare students to advocate for themselves, their families, their school, their community, and their world.

Paul Revere College Preparatory School

Contact Lee Bryan (Principal)
Address 555 Tompkins Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 695-5656
Fax (415) 647-0878
Hours M-F: 7:50am-1:50pm (Early Release on Th at 1pm)
Website www.prs-sfusd-ca.schoolloop.com/
Target Pre-K-8th Grade
Additional Languages Spanish

We provide a distinctive and high-quality education with our dedicated staff, small class-sizes, commitment to bilingualism, and a safe, nurturing learning environment, so that students may lead full and productive lives. Incorporated in the school are the core values that this community strives for: excellence in academic achievement, respect for diversity, and strength in character and personal growth. We focus on a rigorous academic program emphasizing reading, writing, math, science, and the arts.

Phillip And Sala Burton Academic High School

Contact Suniqua Thomas (Principal)
Address 400 Mansell Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 469-4550
Fax (415) 239-6806
Hours M-F: 8am-3pm
Email ThomasS@sfusd.edu 
Website www.burtonhighschool.net
Target High school students (grades 9-12)
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, Samoan

Burton High School boasts a wall-to-wall career-themed academy model. All of our students engage in a carefully articulated high school education program that will land them with experience to be college and career ready. Our students participate in a wide range of activities to help them hone their academic skills and their workplace readiness skills.

Thurgood Marshall High School

Contact Marthaa Torres (Principal)
Address 45 Conkling Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 695-5612
Fax (415) 695-5438
Hours M-F: 8am-3:15pm
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/thurgood-marshall.html
Target 9th-12th Grade
Additional Languages Spanish, Chinese

Thurgood Marshall Academic High School is a four-year college preparatory high school with a diverse student body. Our highly dedicated faculty/staff and our active Parent Teacher Student Association believe that every Marshall student should be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and values needed to make wise college, career, and vocational decisions. With seven class periods per day, students can choose an extra course in the daily routine to challenge themselves and expand their options. Students take core and elective courses, including honors/AP courses, which meet all UC and CSU admission requirements. Students enjoy access to a refurbished and expanded College & Career Center, a fully staffed Wellness Center, a Peer Resources Program, and a daily afterschool tutoring program.

Willie L. Brown Jr. Middle School

Contact Bill Kappenhagen (Principal)
Address 2055 Silver Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 642-8901
Hours M-F: 7:30am-4pm
Email kappenhagenb@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu
Target 6th Grade.  Adding a new grade each year through 8th Grade.
Additional Languages Spanish, Chinese

Introducing Willie L. Brown Jr. Middle School, where we create unique learning experiences and strive to find every student’s spark.  From an extended school day and year to an on-site health center to electives such as computer science, world languages, and digital art, the Willie Brown experience is anything but ordinary.  Add to that our top academics, interactive approach to learning, and welcoming community environment, and you’ve found the place your child will be sure to thrive: Will Brown Middle School.

Woodside Learning Center

Contact Chris Lainer (Principal)
Address 375 Woodside Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94127
Phone (415) 753-7792
Fax (415) 753-7793
Email  lanierc@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu/en/schools/school-information/woodside-learning-center.html
Target County School
Additional Languages Spanish

The Court Schools receive multiple sources of funding in order to support San Francisco most at-risk students. Along with generous funding from the SFUSD General Fund, the Court Schools budget consists of funds generated by our Title I grant, Consent Decree, Prop H and the Discretionary Block Grant. Each of these funding sources helps provide vital programs and services for students, which include additional classroom staff, a youth transition specialist, and much needed classroom materials. Through additional categorical funds, plans for onsite City College Emergency Medical Technician training is being explored for specific school site programs in the spring of 2008.



Contact Liliana Peliks
Address 801 Toland Street (entrance on Newcomb), San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 647-1746
Hours M-F: 10am-6pm; Sat: 10am-5pm / Donations accepted Tu-Sat: 10am-3pm
Email scrap@scrap-sf.org
Website www.scrap-sf.org
Target 4 and up! Especially good for teachers, artists, nonprofits, theater groups, and makers.
Additional Languages  Spanish

SCRAP accepts donations of materials that otherwise would be sent to landfills, and makes these materials available at low or no cost to teachers, artists, students, nonprofits and others. Diverting 250 tons of materials from landfills every year helps our environment and helps San Francisco meet its Zero-Waste goal. Our selection of fabric, notions, beads, art supplies, toys, candles and assorted (and voluminous) odds and ends are very inexpensive and remarkably varied. We also offer school field trips, volunteer opportunities and frequent classes and workshops. For more information, please check out website scrap-sf.org.

SFUSD – Cohort 3 (PreK – 5th Grade)

Contact  Emily Wade-Thompson
Address 1551 Newcomb Avenue, Room 208, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 401-2555 ext. 1246
Hours M-F 9am-5:30pm
Email wade-thompsone@sfusd.edu
Website  www.sfusd.edu
Target Communities and Families
Additional Languages

The Cohort 3 team will be providing resources with a focus on Science, Mathematics, and Comprehensive Literacy from communities that will enhance and provide school learning climate and classroom instructions. These resources will increase parent, school, community ties and attendance. Our goal is to improve attendance, reduce chronic absenteeism, develop partnerships with community agencies, city and civic organizations, neighborhood leaders, businesses, and volunteers, because our schools benefit from the richness of community resources; we are enriching the extended day learning and after school programs for our students and families.

Tandem, Partners in Early Learning

Contact Kelsey Gottschalk (Program Supervisor)
Address 1275 Fairfax Avenue, Suite 201, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 666-2506
Fax (415) 788-2263
Hours  M-F: 9am-5pm
Email kelsey@tandembayarea.org
Website www.tandembayarea.org
Target  Families with children 0-5
Additional Languages  Spanish and Cantonese

Tandem engages the whole community to ensure all families have the resources, skills, and confidence they need to support their children’s kindergarten readiness.


Address 1025 Yerba Buena, Unit A, Oakland, CA 94608
Phone (415) 624-5812
Email info@ultimate-impact.org
Website www.ultimate-impact.org
Target Youth Development
Additional Languages Spanish

Ultimate Impact is a youth development organization that uses the team sport of ultimate Frisbee as a framework for providing youth from underrepresented communities with increased opportunities, confidence, communication abilities, and conflict-resolution skills. Through weekly training sessions, peer interaction, and consistent adult mentorship, Ultimate Impact creates places for youth to have fun, be active, improve athletic skills, and build community.

Urban Ed Academy

Contact Randal Seriguchi, Jr. (Executive Director)
Address 1485 Bayshore Blvd, Suite 135, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 330-1015
Hours Sat.: 11am-3pm
Email  info@urbanedacademy.org
Website www.urbanedacademy.org
Target Boys 7-11 years old; 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade
Additional Languages

Urban Ed Academy (UEA) is a primary service provider of educational and family support services for boys during the core developmental years of 7-11 (3rd, 4th, 5th grades) in San Francisco.  96% of boys who attend Urban Ed Academy earn better grades, have better attendance records and encounter fewer disciplinary actions.  UEA’s strategies allow youth to build on assets and provide opportunities for them to act as partners and leaders.  UEA is committed to developing strong youth-adult relationships at home and in school.

Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point

Address 195 Kiska Rd, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 655-5160
Fax (415) 445-5467
Hours M-F: 9am-7pm, Program Hours: 2pm-6pm
Website www.kidsclub.org
Target Youth ages 6-18
Additional Languages

In June 2008, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco officially opened the doors to its newly-renovated, state-of-the-art Clubhouse in Hunters Point. The Club provides the only full-service resource for 6 to 18-year-olds on Hunters Point Hill – a community that for decades had desperately lacked services for young people. Programs at the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club: Academic Programs, Creative Arts, Sports and Fitness, Character Development. Other Programs at Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club: Middle and High School services programs, the Junior Giants, and drop-in sports and recreational opportunities.

Wu Yee Children’s Service Bayview Child Development Center

Address  1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 655-9567
Fax  (415) 525-4928
Hours M-F: 8am-5:15pm
Email  bonnie.harris-tobias@wuyee.org
Target Preschool
Additional Languages  Spanish, Cantonese

Wu Yee Children’s Services delivers a comprehensive range of services and programs for young children, parents, caretakers, and child care providers. Our Child Development Department serves children at twelve centers in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco, as well as in Family Child Care and Home Based options, through Early Head Start, Head Start, and State Preschool programs. Family services include the Joy Lok Family Resource Center , public benefits assistance , child care referrals, and child care payment assistance. Child Care providers can benefit from Wu Yee’s child care provider training, food program , and participation in the Family Child Care Quality Network (FCCQN).

Wu Yee Children’s Services – Kirkwood Child Development Center

Contact  Ravelle Taylor (Center Manager)
Address  729 Kirkwood Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 822-5611 or (415) 822-5505
Fax  (415) 822-5700
Hours M-F: 8am-4:30pm
Email  ravelle.taylor@wuyee.org enroll@wuyee.org
Website www.wuyee.org
Target 3 months – 5 years old
Additional Languages  Spanish, Cantonese

Wu Yee Children’s Services delivers a comprehensive range of services and programs for young children, parents, caretakers, and child care providers. Our Child Development Department serves children at twelve centers in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco, as well as in Family Child Care and Home Based options, through Early Head Start, Head Start, and State Preschool programs. Family services include the Joy Lok Family Resource Center , public benefits assistance , child care referrals, and child care payment assistance. Child Care providers can benefit from Wu Yee’s child care provider training, food program , and participation in the Family Child Care Quality Network (FCCQN).

Wu Yee Children’s Services – Southeast Child Development Center

Contact  Jessica Campos (Center Manager)
Address  1300 Phelps Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 282-8200 or (415) 282-8201
Fax  (415) 282-8202
Hours M-F: 8am-5pm
Email  jessica.campos@wuyee.or
Website www.wuyee.org
Target Toddler and preschoolers, ages 2-5 years
Additional Languages  Spanish, Cantonese

Wu Yee Children’s Services delivers a comprehensive range of services and programs for young children, parents, caretakers, and child care providers. Our Child Development Department serves children at twelve centers in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco, as well as in Family Child Care and Home Based options, through Early Head Start, Head Start, and State Preschool programs. Family services include the Joy Lok Family Resource Center , public benefits assistance , child care referrals, and child care payment assistance. Child Care providers can benefit from Wu Yee’s child care provider training, food program , and participation in the Family Child Care Quality Network (FCCQN).

Young Community Developers, Inc.

Contact Lindsey Lopez
Address 1715 Yosemite Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-3491
Fax (415) 822-1196
Hours  M, W, Th, F: 8am-5pm; Tu: 8am-8pm
Email llopez@ycdjobs.org
Website www.ycdjobs.org
Additional Languages

The Mission of Young Community Developers, Inc. is to empower and inspire Southeast Sector Residents to engage in employment and educational opportunities, by applying the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to be creative and achieve personal success; through comprehensive preparation techniques that result in barrier remediation and  develop disenfranchised residents into creative problem solvers and responsible contributors to their families and the economic development of Southeast Sector neighborhoods in San Francisco.


Young Women’s Freedom Center

Contact Julia Arroyo (ProgramDirector)
Address 832 Folsom Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 703-8800 ext 211
Hours M & Th: 9am-7pm / T, W, F: 9am-5pm
Email julia@youngwomenfree.org
Website www.youngwomenfree.org
Target cis-gender, transgender, queer
Additional Languages  Spanish

*Formerly known as The Center for Young Women’s Development

Sister circle every Thursday 4:00-6:00, 9 month paid internship opportunity, care management, courtroom advocacy, Rap session every Friday 3:30-4:30 in SF Juvenile Justice. We use education as a practice of freedom.