The Brandeis School of San Francisco

The Brandeis School of San Francisco’s academic program is led by dedicated, masterful teachers, and integrates contemporary Judaic studies into a demanding curriculum that includes STEM, Social Studies, Language Arts, Foreign Languages, Physical Education, Community Service, Experiential and Maker Education, Music, and Creative Arts. Rooted in Jewish ethics and values, our "low-floor, high-ceiling" approach is designed to support a range of learning profiles, creating a culture of curiosity, resilience, and belonging.


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Brandeis students grow into independent, creative, and critical thinkers as they move through the various stages of their educational journeys. A low student-to-teacher ratio enables students to develop meaningful relationships with faculty members who know and appreciate each child's unique learning style, and our tight-knit community fosters closeness among students of different ages. Older students serve as mentors and role models to younger classmates, and take on added leadership responsibilities through student government, performing arts, athletics, and service.

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School Information


K - 8th

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655 Brotherhood Way

San Francisco, CA 94132

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Lower School (K-4): $38,775 Middle School (5-8): $39,835

Application Deadline

January 13, 2023

Financial Aid Application Deadline

February 1, 2023

Admissions Decision

March 16, 2023

Enrollment Agreement + Deposits Due

March 23, 2023

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