The sense of community at Town School is evident in all aspects of the school's life. Our students enjoy a nurturing and supportive atmosphere through our After School Programs, which give them a safe and enriching place to be after school. In addition to after school care and enrichment classes, we have an interscholastic athletics program [link to Athletics page under Student Life tab] which is available to any Upper School boy who would like to play on a Town School team.

The importance of Community Service at Town is woven throughout the curriculum, with the highlight each spring being our Dia de Servicio, a day in which all members of our school--students, faculty and staff--leave campus to participate in service activities in the Bay Area.

The school employs a full time counselor, a licensed educational psychologist, and a part time child psychiatrist, who provide support to teachers, parents and individual boys during their tenure at Town. The Outdoor Education program is a part of the curriculum for all Upper School students. Our Families program incorporates boys across the grade levels into "families", and we have a thriving "green initiatives" movement at the school, and even a rooftop garden! You can read about these aspects of Town School life in this section of our website.

Click here to view the school's policy on Student-Employee Interactions. This document is posted on the school website pursuant to California State Law AB500.

Town School for Boys

2750 Jackson Street • San Francisco, CA • 94115
PH: 415.921.3747 • FAX: 415.921.1126
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Town School for Boys is an independent all-boys’ day school in San Francisco for students in grades K-8.  Town School admits students of any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.