Admissions Welcomes You!
Dear Students and Parent/Guardians,
We hope you and your family are well. Throughout this fall and early winter, we were so grateful that you chose to spend time getting to know Urban. The curiosity and enthusiasm we saw from you and your family is inspiring.
We are honored to read your application, learn more about you, and hear your stories. We promise to be thoughtful with the information you provided us and to make the best decisions we can. From what we have seen so far, we know your strengths and passions will serve you well into high school and beyond.
Finally, according to the Bay Area Admissions Directors Principles of Good Practice, we will no longer reach out to you directly, except for any missing application components or necessary information to complete your financial assistance application. Of course, you are always welcome to email (email@example.com) or call us if you have any questions. Admissions decisions will be posted to your Ravenna-Hub account on Friday, March 17, at 4 pm. We look forward to connecting with you then!
If you are a 7th grade family interested in Urban, please check in with us in the late spring or summer to learn more about our application process.
Again, thank you for giving us the pleasure of getting to know your family, and thank you for sharing part of your journey with us.
Lauren Byrne, Director of Admissions
Chris Williams, Associate Director of Admissions and Equity and Outreach Coordinator
Ken Chou ('14), Assistant Director of Admissions
Izzy Goldberg ('16), Admissions Assistant
P.S. To stay up-to-date on Urban, please visit our website: www.urbanschool.org. We also recommend you check out the following:
Urban School of San Francisco admits students without reference to race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Urban does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, financial assistance program, athletic and school-administered programs.