News Archive

June 16, 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Adam Rosenblatt '92

Adam Rosenblatt '92 recently founded the Citizens of the World Charter School in Silver Lake, Los Angeles ('CWCS'). Though he lives with his family in Southern California, he remains close to several SF Day classmates and uses our school's pillars of inclusivity and diversity to help drive... » read more
June 15, 2017

Congratulations, Class of 2017!

On Wednesday, June 14, San Francisco Day School held its thirtieth annual graduation ceremony and bid a fond farewell to 44 bright young students.  As our eighth grade graduates make the milestone transition from current students to alumni, we wish them well and hope to see them back on campus... » read more
June 09, 2017

Team Germany Wins COPA 2017

As school winds down each year, the rooftop competition amps up as another COPA season gets underway.  COPA is an annual soccer tournament led by P.E. teacher and coach, Mr. Roberts.  All upper school students are invited to participate in a mixed-grade level team coached by faculty.... » read more
June 09, 2017

Mathamusic in 8th Grade

Do you love music? And do you have a hard time remembering the steps to long, complicated mathematical processes? Ms. Holston, 8th grade math teacher, asked these questions of her students to prompt the "mathamusic" lesson.  She gave students the opportunity to write their own math song and... » read more
June 02, 2017

4th Grade Performs Ever After

This year's annual 4th grade play, Ever After, was a delightful production that transported the audience to a magical time and place.  The play opens with a teacher assigning homework to the class and asking them to find themes that are inspirational, imaginative, and inventive.  Students... » read more
May 26, 2017

Be Who You Are! Parade

On May 26, our young kindergarteners led the lower school in its inaugural "Be Who You Are" parade.   In collaboration with the fourth grade team, the kindergarten team planned a community meeting focused on celebrating SF Day.  The meeting highlighted special memories from the year and... » read more
May 15, 2017 by Jason Tognetti, Director of Athletics

Congratulations, JV Volleyball Champs!

This year's Boys' JV Volleyball team was a wonderful mix of green 5th graders, a steady 6th grader, and three wily vets from 7th grade. They all came together and started the season off with a loss to MCDS back early March. The hope for all seasons is a championship but the true goal is... » read more
May 12, 2017

Upper School Tech Talk Notes

On May 5, 2017,  San Francisco Day School hosted a talk for families with students in grades 4-8.  The talk featured a panel of SF Day 7th and 8th-grade students.  The students were incredibly insightful and gave parents a view into their digital lives.  The panel was moderated... » read more
May 12, 2017 by Kindergarten Team

Gender Studies in Kindergarten

In kindergarten, our definition of gender is “all the ways to be a boy, a girl, both or neither.” Throughout the year, we have touched upon the concept of gender during discussions of the various parts of a person’s identity. For several weeks in May-June we explored different aspects of gender,... » read more
May 01, 2017

Let's Celebr8!

Celebr8, the 8th-Grade Culminating Experience Project, is not your typical end-of-the-year school activity. At San Francisco Day School, 8th-grade students are asked to create a project that speaks to their personal interests and demonstrates their growth, resulting in complex projects that are... » read more