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General Information


  • Fees are to be paid in CASH ONLY.
  • Checks are acceptable for some community education classes.
  •  NO REFUNDS. Refunds are prorated for cancelled classes only.
  •  Support fees are charged in some classes to offset the cost of materials, supplies, or purchase and maintenance of equipment.



Most classes are open entry/open exit; however, if a student is absent for 2 weeks without prior notice, the student will be dropped and required to re-enroll upon return. ·Attendance is mandatory for concurrently enrolled high school seniors.


Textbooks & Supplies

Some classes require the purchase of books. ·ESL classes do not require the purchase of books; however, most students prefer to own books for personal use. ·Books may be purchased in the office — CASH ONLY. ·No returns or exchanges after 2 class meetings.


Parking & Transportation

Use of parking facilities is at user's risk. The South San Francisco Unified School District accepts no liability for vandalism, theft, or accident. ·SamTrans provides public transportation to the Main Campus on Routes ECR.  Please call SamTrans for information @ 1-800-660-4287.

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No Smoking- State law prohibits smoking on campus

No Eating/Drinking in classrooms.




Types of behavior that is contrary to the accepted school rules and considered not proper conduct in the educational environment include, but are not limited to, swearing, harassment, abusive conduct towards staff or fellow students, misuse and/or abuse of school property.  Violations will be cause for dismissal.




All visitors mus register with the Office before proceeding to a classroom.  Students must request permission from their instructor for a Visitors  Pass, obtainable from the front office.