Unfortunately we are postponing the annual San Francisco Achievers Scholarship Awards Ceremony.
When we have updates, we will share them with you all.
Our staff have been in regular communication with students, their families and our strategic partners like DCYF
and SFUSD. We are sharing information on useful resources, including the list of school sites that are providing free
to go meals for youth 18 years and under. We are doing our best to stay on top of the updates and information that is coming in daily from local and statewide officials.
Starting Tuesday March 17, we are under new guidance in the Bay Area along with five other Bay Area counties,
including Alameda and Contra Costa, the “shelter in place” order until at least April 7.
For local updates please check your local news outlets and for Covid-19 updates from the CA Department of
Public Health, please click here
December 1st - February 1st
May 1st - July 31st | Nov 1st – Jan 31st
San Francisco Achievers offers the following programs to support students and help them gain the skills needed to compete in today’s competitive academic and social environments.
Attend weekly lunch sessions that are
open to all grades and participate in
additional one-to-one sessions.
Designed for high school seniors to create a close community of peers that helps scholars grow personally, professionally, and socially.
Apply for a renewable 2-4 year college scholarship and receive helpful skills
to navigate college, career and life.
The Leadership Academy program is for high school seniors and begins with a competitive application process during junior year. Leadership Academy is designed to help create a close community of peers across San Francisco. This programs helps scholars grow personally, professionally, and socially. Workshops are held one Saturday each month from September through April.
Application Open to
High School Juniors
March 1st - April 15th
We are happy to be part of your college journey and we are equally excited about your future.
Watch the short video recap of the 2019
San Francisco Achievers Scholarship Award Ceremony.