Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco public schools remain closed. Read on to learn more about the Neighborhood Center’s virtual programming for Washington High School students this fall.

We have adapted our academic supports and enrichments to a virtual format this year. Our goal is to continue supporting students throughout their high school experience by offering homework assistance and opportunities for social connection and leadership.

All GWHS students are welcome to join us even if they have never attended the after school program before! This year, we also invite Wallenberg High School students and staff to share this online space with us to be one unified high school community.

Our after school program is open Monday – Thursday, 1:45PM – 5:30PM

Please email lucas@richmondsf.org to request the Zoom link to participate.

Look for our multicultural and identity based clubs during lunch! We also offer case management services by referral. You can find the referral form here.

Our schedule will be updated often and will be sent out through email.


The Richmond Neighborhood Center has operated programming at George Washington High School since 1998, working closely with the administration, faculty and other service providers to support youth and families at the school.

Students can take part in a drop-in Teen Center space located in bungalow T4 on campus. The Teen Center is a safe place where youth can build positive relationships, play pool, games, ping pong, video games and hang out with friends while making new ones! The Teen Center is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from dismissal until 6:00PM and Wednesday from dismissal until 5:00PM.

Additionally, The Richmond Neighborhood Center operates an Academic Hub in the library after school where students can drop-in to complete homework, prepare for exams, use computers to complete assignments, and work with school day faculty or The Richmond Neighborhood Center academic support staff. This space is open each day from dismissal until 5:00PM.

Students requiring specialized supports can work with The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s Case Managers to stay on track for graduation, develop social and emotional skills, and more.

Finally, high school students can access employment and job training through the paid Youth Employment Program. Youth have the opportunity to assist and lead activities and classes for up to 10 hours per week in The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s elementary and middle school programs. They are given support and skills to enter and stay in the workforce successfully while maintaining academic success.

High School Program Membership Form (PDF)

School Site Information

600 32nd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121

Program Manager:

Lucas Palumbo
Lucas Palumbo
lucas@richmondsf.org
415.750.8554

  • Dismissal - 5PM (W), 6:00 PM (MTThF)
  • 600 32nd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121

Weekly Schedule

Monday

Feminism Club and Kaibigan Pilipino

Lunch

Program Opens

2:30PM

Supper Served

3:00PM

Enrichments Start

3:30PM

Structured Activities

4:00-5:00PM

Library Closes

5:00PM

Program Closes

6:00PM

Tuesday

Beacon Buddies

Lunch

Program Opens

2:30PM

Supper Served

3:00PM

Enrichments Start

3:30PM

Structured Activities

4:00-5:00PM

Library Closes

5:00PM

Program Closes

6:00PM

Wednesday

Black Student Union

Lunch

Program Opens

12:30PM

Supper Served

1:00PM

Enrichments Start

2:00PM

Structured Activities

3:00-5:00PM

Program Closes

5:00PM

Thursday

Program Opens

1:30PM

Supper Served

2:00PM

Enrichments Start

2:30PM

Structured Activities

4:00-5:00PM

Library Closes

5:00PM

Program Closes

6:00PM

Friday

Gender / Sexuality Alliance and Latin@s Unidos

Lunch

Program Opens

2:30PM

Supper Served

3:00PM

Enrichments Start

3:30PM

Structured Activities

4:00-5:00PM

Library Closes

5:00PM

Program Closes

6:00PM

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