South San Francisco Unified School District 398 B St, South San Francisco, CA94080 The South San Francisco Unified School District administers all public schools in South San Francisco, as well as…More elementary schools in San Bruno and Daly City. The district also has an adult education program, and works on everything from curriculum to facilities management. Parents can visit the student art-decorated administration building to register or transfer their child.
South San Francisco Adult Education 825 Southwood Dr, South San Francisco, CA94080 South San Francisco Unified School District offers extensive course offerings for adults--pursue your high school…More diploma or GED or take ESL; parenting, citizenship, technical and recreational classes. Many courses are offered at the Adult Education Baden campus as well as through community partners like the Community Learning Center at the library. Students are required to pay registration fees for most courses.
Westborough Preschool 2380 Galway Dr, South San Francisco, CA94080 Westborough Preschool is part of the City of San Francisco Preschool Program and runs out of the Westborough Park…More recreation building. Parents can choose between full- and half-day schedules and a two, three or five-day week, but the program has a 1-2 year waiting list. Families living within the South San Francisco Unified School District pay a reduced tuition. Preschoolers have use of a specially-designated playground in Westborough Park.
The Children's Center is a preschool and before and after-school facility funded by the school district and the…More state. The preschool has sites at both Spruce and Martin Elementary Schools for children from three-and-a-half to five years old, while the before and after-school program is available only at Spruce for first through fifth graders. Both full and half-day options are available for preschoolers, while the elementary program provides academic support and enrichment in science, music and art from 7am to 6pm on school days.</p>
<p>The Children's Center is aimed at low-income families, and families must qualify before enrolling their children.</p>