Students at UHS have the opportunity to pursue their passions and gather with other students and adults for activities and discussions based on these interests. The daily schedule was designed to allow students time to meet. Every year, students invent new clubs and have fun trying out new things.

During a typical lunchtime period you might expect to find:

  • The Devil's Advocate, the school newspaper, choosing the next issue's headline
  • The Asian Club discussing multi-racial identity
  • The Green Club preparing an e-recycling drive

On a larger scale, students are encouraged to take initative to develop all-school activities that promote fun and provide a change of pace. For example, every spring student leaders organize the UHS Olympics, where teams with members from each grade level compete in games like tug-of-war, a greased watermelon relay, and an obstacle course. We believe that the process of empowering students to create meaningful—and fun!—events provides them with an opportunity to demonstrate responsibility and take ownership over positively influencing school culture.

• Jazz Band • 35 League Sports Teams
• The Devil's Advocate (school newspaper)
• Drama Productions (three per year)
• Gender and Sexuality Alliance • Black Student Union
• Camerata • Student Council
• Intramural Sports League • Kiva Club
• Yearbook
• Debate Club
• Classic Film Club
• Vox (the school literary magazine)
• Asian Club • Dance Dance Revolution Club 
• Girls Who Code  • Green Club 
• Grilling for Good  • Intramural Sports League 
• Investment Club  • Middle East and Beyond Club 
• Scientific Discovery Club • Software Development Club
• Orchestra • The Satonics (student-run a capella group)
• Dance Club  Model United Nations

  • © 2016 San Francisco University High School    
  • 3065 Jackson Street
  • San Francisco, CA 94115
  • (415) 447 3100
email page print page small type large type
powered by finalsite