San Francisco University High School

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3065 Jackson St

San Francisco, CA 94115

(415) 447-3100

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Grades: 9 - 12

School Type: Private

Student Enrollment: 392

Students Per Teacher: 7

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11 Parent Reviews for San Francisco University High School

Amazing school!! Kids are very very smart--future leaders of USA! Teachers are very supportive and the quality of instruction is the best I've ever seen in any school. Very sophisticated faculty--most of them with Phd degree. It is truly comparable to schools of America like Phillips Academy Exeter ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 01/21/13

Easily comparable to the great private schools of America like Andover. There are other credible private high schools in San Francvisco, but no one with knowledge would bebate that UHS is at the top of the heap. A national innovator (created Summerbridge), an extraordinary curriculum and faculty, just ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 06/28/12

UHS has a great faculty who are always engaged in their jobs. I am a parent, and I know that when my child is struggling with the rigorous academics, they can sense it, and strongly suggest meeting with them for extra help. The head of school is always up to date on the new scientific studies which ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 12/09/10

Absolutely the best school in the city. A challenging academic experience without a doubt, yet it is all worth it. The best part of the school is definitely the overwhelming support from the faculty and the truly strong sense of school spirit.

Posted by a student on 08/17/09

Best academic school on the West Coast by far!! Amazing faculty support.

Posted by a student on 04/19/09

I think this school is great. they let middle school students have a summer program called summerbridge there every year.

Posted by a other on 08/22/08

University, or UHS, is an amazing place. Its name is rather appropriate, as it is like going to college in high school. Though it is a challenging school, it is not too overwhelming, and offers almost 150 courses covering every discipline you'd ever be interested in. A huge number of athletic and art ...  Read more

Posted by a student on 05/03/06

The school programs are deep and will challenge any excellent student to the core. The academic environment is competitive. The teachers are mostly ex-professors from universities and treat the studnts like college students. The kids however are very support of one another. Incredible arts and music ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 04/02/06

This is a great school. Definately will prepare you for admission into ivy league schools or standford! Well rounded arts and theater program as well.

Posted by a former student on 07/18/05

Outstanding teachers, great dynamic between students, and exceptional facilities. Classes are varied and students get to plan their own schedules, choose not to be overworked or become ambitious. No bells in the school means students have to be responsible. Grade: A+

Posted by a student on 02/19/05

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San Francisco schools — San Francisco University High School is located at 3065 Jackson St, San Francisco CA 94115. 3065 Jackson St is in the 94115 ZIP code in San Francisco, CA San Francisco University High School is a Private school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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