Greeting from the Director of Public Purpose & LWHS Annual Report
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.
LWHS students George ’25 and Jordan ’25 childhood friend, Dylan Toma, was a joyful kid who, like most children, loved building with Legos.
Biology teacher Gillian Ashenfelter and LWHS seniors talk about the Marine Ecology class and its evolution into a field class.
Ravi Lau, the Director of the Public Purpose Program, and MacKenzie ’24 discuss how sophomores engage in Public Purpose at LWHS.
As part of their research on the science of compassion and empathy, LWHS students partnered with the Florence Fang Community Farm located in SF's Bayview neighborhood.
The Food Justice Club blends community service with education and action to raise awareness of food justice and address systemic inequalities in the Bay Area's food systems.