San Francisco University High School

California Street Campus

The campus will create a new front door to the school and better meet the academic and athletic needs for 21st century teaching and learning.

The second floor of the building holds science classroom labs for physics and chemistry, which are required classes for all students. Other classroom labs are being designed with flexibility in mind to accommodate future electives that may include astronomy, geology, advanced physics, advanced chemistry and a range of biology electives.

A U-Lab maker space rounds out the program. The lab includes five 3D printers, multiple CDC mills and various other fixed shop equipment.

The labs all have access to natural light and 6,000-sf of outdoor terrace space, which serves as an extension to the classrooms.

The first floor of the building holds athletic competition courts and spectator seating.

Targeting LEED Platinum and Net Zero Energy, the building itself will serve as a teaching device for sustainability and building science.


San Francisco, California


47,000 GSF


Laboratory programming, planning and design


LEED Platinum and Net Zero Energy


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