What’s the deal with PPP? Ravi Lau, the Director of the Public Purpose Program, and MacKenzie ’24 discuss how sophomores apply their education and unique talents to serve communities through 10th grade PPP programming. The Public Purpose Program (PPP) serves as a means to leverage privilege and opportunity and is at the core of LWHS' mission. Tenth graders complete 40 hours of service throughout the year. With the support of the PPP, they partner with local organizations, participate in projects sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, or find other opportunities they're passionate about.
Video made by Cinematic Storytelling students Talia '25 and Sam '24.
LWHS Students Make Impact at the Portola Greenway throughout the years.
San Francisco Ignite Leadership in Youth (SFILY) is a LWHS student-created non-profit founded by Emily ’23, Ethan ’23, and Alia ’23.
Students in the Tech Arts 3D Printing class visit Model No., a furniture fabrication shop located in Oakland, California
HelloMaker is a non-profit founded by LWHS student Elsa ’23.