Welcome, Presidio Heights Neighbors! For over 100 years, Presidio School has been an integral part of the Presidio Heights community and we are fortunate to share this wonderful community with all of you. Our school founders lived in what is now Presidio Hill School at our location at 3839 Washington Street.
We strive to be thoughtful and responsible community members: our school values giving back to our community, and PHS students are actively involved in volunteering with the Presidio, Mountain Lake Park, the Institute on Aging, and as needed within our neighborhood.
We love to partner with our neighbors and wave to you as we head to and from the Presidio. We strive to maintain proactive and positive relations with our neighbors, including,
- Monitoring of parking and traffic daily during peak hours
- Regular communications with neighbors–sharing updates regarding our building and grounds, events, and more
- Strict adherence to our PHAN Neighbor Agreement and clear expectation-setting for families and staff for how we can be good neighbors.
- Invitations to community events
- Community partnerships with local organizations such as Books Inc, Cal-Mart, and SF Parks and Recreation
We look forward to continuing to have productive and positive relationships with our PHS Neighbors!
5th Grade's Annual Post-Halloween Candy Wrapper Pick Up
Halloween spirit was in full swing at Presidio Hill School as 5th-grade students participated in the annual Halloween Candy Wrapper pickup in our neighborhood.
Under the watchful guidance of their teachers, the young environmental stewards took on the task of meticulously collecting numerous bags of trash strewn about the school's surrounding area. This initiative is a testament to the school's longstanding commitment to being a responsible and considerate member of the community it has been a part of for over 106 years.
As the school community celebrated Halloween, this act of community service served as a reminder of the school's commitment to not only educate but also instill values of responsibility, stewardship, and community engagement in its students.