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Admissions

Yvette Bonaparte, Director of Admission

Each September, San Francisco Friends School enrolls 44 new kindergartners, a dozen new middle schoolers, and a handful of other students. These students and their families come to Friends with a diverse array of experiences, perspectives, and gifts. Each student and family brings a commitment to the life and spirit of our educational community, a desire for both academic excellence and social-emotional development, and a willingness to engage in a Quaker education.

The journey to enrolling in San Francisco Friends School begins here.

Step One

Explore our website and request a brochure. Once you request a brochure, you will be sent a link to our online scheduler to sign up for our admissions events. As you will learn while you look through our web site, there are many reasons that this is an exciting time to be a part of San Francisco Friends School. We’re eager to show you our spectacular people, programs, and facilities on our website and in person. Please take full advantage of the extensive information about our dynamic community on this site and then come see us. 

Step Two

Plan to come visit us. Tour and open house dates will be posted in September 2018.

Step Three

Apply. The admissions season will open this fall for applicants interested in attending in the fall of 2019.

 

We hope you will share our delight in our compelling educational mission—a mission that encourages lifelong learning, reflection, service to others, and peaceful problem-solving. If you would like any further information, don't hesitate to contact me in the Admissions Office. I look forward to getting to know your family throughout the admissions process.


Yvette Bonaparte
Director of Admission
ybonaparte@sffriendsschool.org

 

The San Francisco Friends School admits students of any race, color, religion, disability and national or ethnic origin, and accords to them all the privileges, programs, and activities made available at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status, sex or age in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance, athletic, and other school administered programs.