Jackson Street Gallery Professional Art Opening #3: Bloom
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It is with great pride that we announce that San Francisco University High School was awarded a prestigious leadership grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation in November 2019
We recently caught up with UHS English Instructor, Scott Laughlin, about his sabbatical and here is what he had to share
"I’m so grateful to Summerbridge for helping me get to this point!!.”
According to Understood.org, 1 in 5 kids in the U.S. have learning and thinking differences like dyslexia and ADHAD. Facts like these and their own lived experiences led two San Francisco University High School seniors to launch the L.E.A.R.N.
As you enter the San Francisco University High School Middle Campus building from Washington Street, you can feel the energy pulsating through the air. You can hear the melodic voices of students singing and acting; you can hear music coming from various spaces and the ever, unmistakable, joyous sound of laughter.
The fall play, Under Milk Wood spans the course of one full day, as an omniscient narrator invites us to listen to the dreams and innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of Llareggub – a small, Welsh, seaside town.
For the first exhibition in the Jackson Street Gallery this fall, UHS Arts Instructor Lisa Carroll, is bringing Oakland Sculptor Kate Rannells, to UHS. Ms. Rannells will show several works that consider ideas of what communication can be within the more than human languages of the natural world and how the human perception of time infiltrates our understanding of nature.