SFUSD Counseling & Post-Secondary Success
The Office of Counseling & Post-Secondary Success, under SFUSD's Student Family Community Support Department, is a three part team that supports SFUSD’s mission, strategic plan and vision by providing high leverage supports to graduate students with the skills necessary to be college and career ready. We focus on removing barriers that inhibit student academic success via policy and institutional practices with special attention to our most vulnerable student populations.
SFUSD students will exemplify the knowledge, skills and attitudes outlined in the Graduate Profile in order to be productive members of their local and global community through the leadership and advocacy of their school site counselors through a Comprehensive School Counseling Program.
The mission of the Office of Counseling and Postsecondary Success is to advocate, prioritize and personalize postsecondary outcomes for all students towards the goals of SFUSD’s Graduate Profile. Using the Comprehensive School Counseling Program framework, the department will work with school site counselors to drive implementation; development as leaders; provide targeted professional development and site based technical coaching; and assist with the integration of district initiatives designated to support the most vulnerable and marginalized youth and their families.
The SAFEH Enrollment Form for SY 2019-20 will launch this fall, please stay tuned!
The Transcript and Work Permit Office has moved to 20 Cook St., Room 11
You can download the Transcript Request Form to find out more detailed information regarding documents available, cost of records, and directions to our new location. Find out about requesting transcripts for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Find our Transcript Request Form and Information about Work Permits to the right.
Phone: 415-750-4500 x1020 | Fax: 415-751-0805| Email: email@example.com
Hear how our San Francisco Public Schools' superintendent, Dr. Vincent Matthews, made his high school and post-secondary plans come true here and empowers you to use our Family Guide, "My Future in My Hands!"
Productive Summer Guide Now Live!
Productive Summer Guide is live and updated. Share with the world! For students, parents, counselors, coordinators, whomever!
This guide helps students navigate all the paid summer internships, summer programs and classes that we collectively know about. It is organized by interest area.
SFUSD Summer Programming
The applications are now out for the SFUSD Summer Programs (Summer Fellowship, Summer Career Exploration & Pre-Educator Pipelines)
Application Link For ALL Programs: www.sfusd.edu/summer
- 20 hours/week, paid $15-16/hr
- Internship with 6 week placements
- Juniors & Seniors
Summer Career Exploration
- 8am-1:25p—Monday through Friday
- Career exploration: learning about automotive technology or building construction trades
- 10th -12th grade (priority to sophomores)
- Open to undocumented youth
- Pre-Educator Pipeline: Sophomores - Seniors
- Enrollment in a CCSF course
- 20 hours/week, paid $15-16/hr (max 120 hours)
Office of Counseling & Post-Secondary Success Website Map
Counselor Resources (For all SFUSD Counselors)
- Forms, Announcements & Upcoming PD
Links to external organizations and other SFUSD Departments