We are not your ordinary high school.


June Jordan School News

Who Is June Jordan School For Equity?

  • We are a college prep school, but we believe what kind of person you are comes before academics.

  • We are an innovative public school, but not a charter school.

  • 100% of our graduates have a strong post-secondary plan.

  • We believe working-class families and students of color deserve a private-school-quality education, in a free public school.

  • We believe that true excellence cannot be achieved without equity, or fairness to all.


We are a safe small school that builds community by teaching values before academics.

  • Small class size of 25 or less and an advisory program with frequent parent collaboration

  • No tracking—all students take “A-G" CSU and UC university entrance requirements

  • A strong special education program where all students are integrated into the life of the school

  • A Wellness Center to address mental and physical health needs

  • A comprehensive CORE staff to support young people in their post-secondary goals


A school for social justice where all students must be leaders.

  • A cutting-edge ethnic studies curriculum, and a focus on inquiry and social justice in all subjects

  • Work based learning opportunities for all students with community partners

  • Arts partnerships with local artists and community-based programs

  • A small farm and garden with chickens and fruit trees, and a field-to-table food and nutrition program

  • Hands-on science and environmental education

  • An innovative physical fitness and outdoor education program

  • An annual Youth Summit that brings youth from across the district to create solutions to issues in the community


A school that prepares independent thinkers for life in the 21st century.

  • A state-of-the-art college and career preparation program for first generation students

  • Students take college-prep seminars and university courses for credit

  • Students graduate with a thoughtful post-graduate plan that outlines their college and/or career goals

  • Students graduate based on a Senior Thesis and Project addressing issues that affect our community


We are the ones we have been waiting for.

- June Jordan