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All of us in the community can help make the dream of a great education for all students a reality.

Mission High Foundation is an independent a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit that provides much needed resources for San Francisco’s historic Mission High School both through fundraising and through building bridges with the greater community.

We partner with individuals, businesses, and other funders in support of Mission High’s uniquely successful programs, which take place both inside and outside the traditional classroom.

Everything we do, in some way, goes directly toward helping make sure every student graduates fully prepared for college or for success in the next stage of their lives.

The foundation is 100% volunteer-run, and 100% of every dollar raised goes to direct program spending. All administrative and overhead costs of the Foundation are funded by members of the Board.

Mission High School At a Glance

History

Founded in 1890, Mission High is the oldest comprehensive public school in San Francisco.

Mission District Map

Mission High’s 1,100 students come from every corner of San Francisco, plus the East Bay and the Peninsula.

Student Body

Mission High Student Body

In 2017, Mission High’s Boys Basketball Team won the State Division III Championship—the first time ever by a San Francisco school.

Mission High Basketball Team

In addition to on premise sports facilities, Mission High also has a museum, a creek (in the basement!), and an organic farm.

 

Results

82%

Graduation Rate

74%

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Recent colleges include:

 

  • UC Berkeley
  • Stanford
  • Harvard
  • UCLA
  • Cal Poly
  • …and many more

 

 

 

Mission High

Mission High is the subject of this book by Kristina Rizga, Senior Reporter, Mother Jones.

Mission High Foundation Partners

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