San Francisco Mission (5 - 14 years)
As one of the top private schools in San Francisco, our Mission Campus has been occupied by La Scuola since 2019 and now houses our K-8 students.
Located in the heart of the Mission District of San Francisco, this Italianate, wood-frame building was designed by Charles Devlin and built originally as a church in 1888. Starting in 1895, it also served as a school.
Big plans are in the works for this location in the upcoming years. The Mission campus will be transformed into the ideal international school of the future – the first and only of its kind in the United States - which will occupy some of the current school yard space. This building will be the main entrance to our campus and will house our food atelier, dining room, art, music, and makers ateliers.
The Ateliers/Studio spaces are unique and at the heart of the Reggio Emilia program as they provide students with innovative spaces to learn, explore, create, and experiment.
Land Acknowledgement for the Mission Campus
We acknowledge that the land our Mission Campus stands on is the unceded ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone people. As educators and life-long learners, we recognize that as uninvited guests, we all need to affirm their sovereign rights as first peoples. We pay our respects to their ancestors, elders and relatives of the Ramaytush community.