Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Bay School, San Francisco, CA – March 28, 2019

by George J Elbaum Founded in 2004, The Bay School (Bay) is an independent, coeducational college preparatory high school in the Presidio of San Francisco.  With almost 400 students in grades 9 through 12, Bay balances challenging academics and innovative thinking with … Continue reading

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Lowell High School, San Francisco, CA – March 18, 2019

by George J Elbaum Lowell High School is a public magnet school which opened in 1856 and is the oldest public high school west of the Mississippi.  With enrollment of approximately 2,600 students (57% Asian, 15% White, 10% Hispanic, 8% … Continue reading

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JFCS Day of Learning, San Francisco, CA – March 17, 2019

by George J Elbaum The Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) has organized an annual Day of Learning since 2003, inviting students and educators from schools throughout California to participate in numerous workshops to gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and … Continue reading

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Bowditch Middle School, Foster City, CA – March 14, 2019

by George J Elbaum Bowditch Middle School has an enrollment of approximately 1100 students in 6-8th grades and prides itself in being a “diverse community of learners, languages and cultures.”  The student body is currently 53% Asian, 29% White, 8% … Continue reading

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Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA – March 12, 2019

by George J Elbaum This is the third year of The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) program of student tours organized around a current exhibit and paired with talks by Holocaust survivors arranged by the Jewish Family and Children’s Services … Continue reading

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Thornton High School, Daly City, CA – March 1, 2019

by George J Elbaum Thornton High School is a public, alternative school with current attendance of 121 students, primarily in grades 11-12, and its continuation program is designed to provide the opportunity for students to earn academic credits and meet … Continue reading

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Antioch High School, Antioch, CA – February 25, 2019

by George J Elbaum Antioch High School has enrollment of 1947 students of high diversity: 48% Hispanic, 22% White, 20% Black, 3% Filipino, 4% all others, and 73% of the total are from low-income families.  Its teaching staff is 83 … Continue reading

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