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Tenderloin Community School

Joined in June 2019

About Us

Tenderloin Community School is a PreK-5 public school that is part of the San Francisco Unified School District. The mission of the school is to provide students with quality instruction and tools to become lifelong learners, facilitate their engagement in learning, promote social emotional development and independence and provide support, resources and engagement opportunities to families. We serve a diverse population of students: 39.82% are Hispanic / Latinx; 14.2% are Asian, primarily Vietnamese; 12.16% are African American; 13.07% are Middle Eastern; 6.38% are Two or More Races; and 3.95% are Filipino. The core values of the school and the school district are the following: Student-centered; Fearless; United; Social Justice; and Diversity Driven.

Tenderloin Community School is a PreK-5 public school that is part of the San Francisco Unified School District. The mission of the school is to provide students with quality instruction and tools to become lifelong learners, facilitate…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Education
  • Volunteering

Location

  • Tenderloin Community School
    627 Turk Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102

Photos for Tenderloin Community School

  • The brightest building in the Tenderloin is alive with children’s voices, laughter and energy as neighborhood students pour through the doors of the Tenderloin Community School.  This vibrant red and yellow elementary school opened in 1998 marking an important change in this low-income, inner-city community.   Now, thanks to BAWCC’s initiating and leading the effort to get this neighborhood school built, Tenderloin children have their own school, and families can be involved in their children’s education.

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