School’s Profile

San Francisco University High School
(415) 447-3100
3065 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Year Founded 1973 Religious Affiliation Nonsectarian
Type Of School Day School Admissions Website Open in new tab
Grade Levels High School Gender CoEd
Contact Information
Contact No. (415) 447-3100
Official Website
School’s Official Email Id
Fast Facts
School Information/Summary Sheet open
Grade Levels High School
Student Population
No. of Students in school 421
Ethnicity % 52%
Tuition (Low) $54,130
Tuition (High) $54,130
Admissions Website
Application Requirements
Parent Essay Required Yes
Child Essay Required Yes
Transcript Required Yes
College Counseling
College Counseling Info

Jenny Schneider, Director of College Counseling
Departments: College Counseling, Administration, Human Development
College Counseling Phone: (415) 447-3112

Kate Garrett, Associate Director of College Counseling
Departments: Administrative, College Counseling
Office: M-306

Elizabeth Faris, Administrative Assistant - College Counseling
Departments: Administrative, College Counseling
Office: S-304


Fall Sports
Cross Country - Boys Varsity, Cross Country - Girls Varsity, Field Hockey - Varsity, Field Hockey - Girls JV, Sailing - Varsity, Tennis - Girls JV, Tennis - Girls Varsity, Volleyball - Girls JV, Volleyball - Girls Varsity

Winter Sports
Basketball - Boys JV, Basketball - Boys Frosh Red, Basketball - Boys Frosh White, Basketball - Boys Varsity, Basketball - Girls JV, Basketball - Girls Frosh, Basketball - Girls Varsity, Soccer - Boys JV, Soccer - Boys Varsity, Soccer - Girls JV, Soccer - Girls Varsity

Spring Sports
Badminton - Varsity, Baseball - Boys JV, Fencing - Boys Varsity, Fencing - Girls Varsity, Golf - Varsity, Lacrosse - Boys JV, Lacrosse - Boys Varsity, Lacrosse - Girls JV, Lacrosse - Girls Varsity, Softball - Girls Varsity, Swimming - Boys Varsity, Swimming - Girls Varsity, Tennis - Boys JV, Tennis - Boys Varsity, Track & Field - Boys, Track & Field - Girls

Arts (Visual, Music, Performing)

Learn a new musical instrument such as sax, flute, trumpet, trombone, drums, piano, and electric bass, Learn to sing and read music and perform in ensemble groups designed for all ability levels, Conduct a musical group, Compose, arrange, and digitially record an original piece, and post it on the school website, Take an Advanced Placement Music Theory class, Develop your unique musical voice through the Independent Study Program

Learn to act, Dance, Sing on stage, Write, Direct, and produce their own short play

Visual Arts
2D design: painting and drawing, 3D design: ceramics and sculpture; and photography