Five Keys Independence High School opened in 2008 as a charter school offering a very unique opportunity for students as well as adults to obtain their high school diploma. The school works with students that are unable to attend a classroom based school with most students meeting their teacher weekly to help them earn their diploma. The school also serves adults that are in county jail or after their release to ensure they have the opportunities to graduate high school and enter a college of their choice.
The school does not offer any extra curricular activities, sports, or student clubs as it is designed to help those that are at risk to obtain their high school diploma. The population that attends the school are 32% African American, 27% unspecified, 16% Hispanic or Latino, 9% Asian, 4% American Indian, and 1% Pacific Islander.
Students that have taken the opportunity to attend the school are very glad the school is providing them a second chance. Most were very pleased with the curriculum that also allows them to work and obtain their high school diploma. Teachers and staff are very helpful and work with each student to ensure their success.
The Academic Performance Index, California Standards Tests, and the California High School Exit Exam tests results were not available at the time of this writing.
For students that are working, are at risk of not graduating for whatever reason, the school is providing an exceptional opportunity to achieve a diploma and enter college for those that desire a higher education.
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Five Keys Independence High School
70 Oak Grove
San Francisco, CA 94107