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School Leader

Dr. Savina Woodyard – View Bio


The mission of KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory is to prepare all students with the academic skills, knowledge, and strength of character to succeed in college and in the competitive world beyond. Through a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, analytical writing, and public speaking, students will be empowered to take ownership of their own education and achieve success not only as students, but also as active citizens engaged in their communities.


KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory is a free, open-enrollment, public charter school open to all students in San Francisco. The new high school opened in the Fall of 2013 with 120 ninth grade students. This past June of 2017, members of the founding class graduated and matriculated to college.


Applications are open! We are now accepting applications for grades 9 – 12 for the 2018-19 school year. Click here to apply.

You may also complete a paper application and submit it in person at the SFCP office. Download here: English | Spanish

Want to learn more about our school before you apply? Here’s how:

Take a school tour.

We welcome all prospective students and their families to come tour our school. Please call(415)-940-3676 to schedule a tour.

Give us a call. We’d love to tell you more about our school.

Angelica Young, Operations Manager
Phone: 510-919-8246



Top Bay Area Public Schools for Underserved Students, Innovate Public Schools Report 2017


KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory
1195 Hudson Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone: (415) 643-6951
Fax: (415) 826-9124


To review the 2018-2019 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), click here.

Para ver el plan de rendicion de cuentas local (LCAP) para el 2018-19, haga click aquí.

To review KIPP San Francisco College Prep’s current School Accountability Report Card (SARC), click here.

To review their Local Educational Agency Plan (LEA) here.

Learn more about Title IX here.

Enrollment and Demographics

398 students, Grades 9-12

64% Latino
26% African American
6% Asian
4% Other

12% English Language Learners
10% Students with special needs
81% Students qualifying for free and reduced lunch