Facts & Figures | Mission Dolores Academy
- Latino/Hispanic 42%
- African-American 22%
- Filipino-American 18%
- Multi-ethnic 16%
- Other 2%
- Mission Dolores Academy has an extended school days with regular instruction hours of 8am-3:45pm for grades K-3 and 8am-4pm for grades 4-8. We also open our doors at 7am for early drop offs and have aftercare until 6pm.
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We strive to meet the community’s needs by maintaining a tuition level that is affordable. In addition, many sources of tuition assistance are available to families who qualify.
- Our students come primarily from San Francisco’s traditionally working class neighborhoods including the Mission, Western Addition, Tenderloin, Civic Center, Mid-Market, Bay View, Excelsior, and Visitacion Valley.
Percent of Families that receive financial aid?
- 85% of our families receive some form of tuition assistance
- 65% qualify for free or reduced lunch
Thanks to a generous donation from J.F. Shea Co., our entire campus was renovated during the summer of 2016. The renovations included new bathrooms, a renovated front office, state of the art projection systems in each classroom, interior and exterior painting, hallway soundproofing, and seismic upgrades to the gym building.