El Camino High School has a history of educating students through travel. In the late 2000s, teachers led domestic trips to DC and organized “sojourns” to the South before pivoting to Europe and Asia.
Spanish-language news outlet Telemundo 48 visited South City High during the school's 2022 Day of the Dead Celebrations to interview ballet folklorico teacher Martin Cruz-Barajas and his students for a profile about the school's popular program.
Join us for an evening of dance and music at the 31st annual Ballet Folklórico Holiday Concert at South San Francisco High School. Presented by Ballet Folklórico Alma de México.
Civil Rights Icon Ruby Bridges Surprises SSFUSD Students with Unannounced, In-Person Visit on Second Annual Statewide Observance of Ruby Bridges Day
Civil Rights icon Ruby Bridges made an unannounced, in-person appearance at Martin Elementary in South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD) during the school’s annual celebration and observance of Ruby Bridges Day. The occasion was also the second annual statewide observance of Ruby Bridges Day in California.
A person’s age doesn’t define the power of their voice and that’s what the students of South San Francisco Unified School District learned after hundreds of students, teachers and parents gathered at City Hall to celebrate the annual Ruby Bridges Day.
State test scores showed a dip in academic performance following the pandemic but San Mateo County education officials say they’ve found areas to be proud of while holding out for more clearer results from next year’s test.
Once every quarter students at Westborough Middle School participate in shoreline cleanup events along the section of the San Francisco Bay Trail that runs from Oyster Point Marina to San Bruno Point Park.
The “Bell Game” is back, and for the fourth straight time, El Camino walked away with the coveted Bell Trophy with a victory over archrival South City.
Elementary schools across South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD) took part in full-fledged Halloween celebrations for the first-time since 2019.
The El Camino High School (ECHS) music department raised more than $2,000 after completing its first-ever “play-a-thon” fundraiser, a three-hour live stream showcasing the talents of the school’s music students, on October 21, 2022.