AAAP is based upon an Afrocentric psychological, sociological, and political value system, which prepares and challenges students to be successful in oral and written communication, critical thinking and library skills.
Three levels of English classes provide intensive instruction in college writing skills, focusing on the work of African American writers. The library course develops research and internet skills. An integral part of the instruction is the counseling component, which helps students acquire personal development skills. Both the instructional and counseling components are integrated. Intensive individual and group sessions provide students with educational, career and personal counseling to assist them in making appropriate choices in their respective goals.
In partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), the African American Scholastic Programs provide high school students with the opportunity to:
- Earn high school credits to complete high school graduation requirements.
- Earn college units towards and Associate of Arts Degree while still attending high school
- Earn units which may begin the satisfy admissions requirements to a Baccalaureate Degree granting institution.
Each semester a variety of courses are offered in English, Math, History, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies.
High school juniors and seniors are enrolled each semester with a recommendation from their high school principal or counselor. A program application is required and can be obtained from a participating SFUSD high school or from Rosenberg Library R209 at CCSF. Please see your high school counselor for more information.
The HBCU Transfer Program is designed to provide CCSF students the opportunity to attend and graduate from CCSF, then transfer as a junior to a HBCU of their choice. CCSF/HBCU transfer students will participate in a collaborative learning environment while earning a General Education Associate Degree and completing transfer requirements. The program provides a variety of support services that include individual and group counseling and student mentoring.
Our TRANSFER / INFORMATION DAY may have been
postponed due to budgetary crisis. Call us for information.
The Program provides peer mentoring for high school and CCSF Students enrolled in African American Scholastic Programs. Students enrolled in the CCSF/High School program are mentored by City College making a successful transition from high school to college.
- To be announced -
- Go to: Bridge to Success
Summer Bridge Program is designed to assist high school students in the transition from high school to college. This program allows students to matriculate in the summer and enroll in college credit courses. The Summer Bridge Program is a six week summer program and students are eligible to enroll in a maximum of seven (7) units. Courses are pre-selected from program participants based on an English and Math placement exam prior to the beginning of the Summer Semester.
Other support services that are provided are an orientation to college, a financial aid workshop, a campus tour, group and dividable counseling sessions and the development of an educational plan.