"We are best known for incredible Arts programs."
Students enrolled 570
Hours 8:20 AM - 3:00 PM
School leader Olivia Lynch
Transportation options None
District San Francisco Unified School District
Before school no info
After school Yes
Summer program no info

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3531 22nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

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(415) 970-3330
(415) 285-0527
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4 stars
Based on 59 ratings

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April 14, 2014
I have twins that they started kindergarten spanish inmersion banck in August 2013. I was worry about my son, because we had very serious dificulties at pre-school were he couldn't finished. My son was almost every day at the principal's office because his behavior, he not responding to any direcctions from teachers, I can tell you I worked a lot with the school to make my son life easy at school and at home, but nothing looks to work out, this also was afecting my daugther life at pre-school. As they started my son was showing behaviors, that we start working together with teachers, first a bracelete marking faces as he behave every class, did not work but teachers and principal decide that he will have his on desk, that way he will be able to enjoy the class little by little, and it was as a miracle to everybody, my son is able to learn, teacher is able to control the class better and he is more confident as he feel special at his own desk, up today he can enjoy circle time for reading and be focus. I really apreciate the time for the teachers and principal in my son behavior, and also i put my son example to other parents that we have to have faith in our kids. Thanks TECA!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2013
I love the school it has all my son need ,the teachers and programs are much more that I was told love it!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
My kids love TECA we are so happy to have found our new Principal Ms Lynnh. and our dance class is back. and also our art program my kids are so happy with afterschool program all after school teacher are great specially Ms Rosa and Every Monday and Thursday we meet with our principal in the cafeteria to get new updates and information about all events that will take oplace at TECA.

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2013
TECA is proving to be a great choice for our family. My son is in one of the dual-language kindergarten classes and is thriving. He's made great leaps in learning just since the beginning of the school year despite having no prior Spanish. We chose TECA for the dual-language program and the daily arts "specials" classes. What is hard to see on a tour is the quality of instruction and we haven't been disappointed. His teachers are great and the new principal is fantastic- she thinks big while maintaining focus on the day to day. I feel very welcome as a volunteer in the school and there have already been quite a few school community events to allow us to meet other families. For example, we recently completed a small greening project in the kindergarten courtyard which has enhanced the school grounds and will be a great learning tool for the kindergarteners. We're looking forward to our son's future at TECA.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2013
TECA is an extremely diverse school in students, families, teachers, and administration in terms of race/ethnicities, socio-economic status, religions or lack thereof, and the straight-gay spectrum. My GE kindergartner is learning a ton and enjoying it. His teacher is excellent. TECA provides an academically rigorous program balanced with great arts programing. Having a uniform makes getting out the door in the morning super easy. This is a school on its way up and great for parents and families who want to dig in and make things happen. If you want a big, all kinds of people place, this is the school for you!

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
I have substituted at Thomas Edison Academy and find it to be an excellent place of learning. Students are courteous and very disciplined in their behavior and academics. I rate it 5 stars. Perfection!

- submitted by a community member
September 10, 2013
Creative and nurturing environment. Caring and competent staff. Community opportunities abound--for students and families alike. I am so happy my son is in the dual immersion class, and is learning Spanish and English skills.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2013
TECA is a great school. My son is in the dual immersioin spanish/english program (native english speaker) and is doing very well. Along with his bilingual education he does 10 weeks each of drama, music, pe and art each year. At recess they have Playworks (google it and demand it at whichever school you chose for your child) which goes a long way toward eliminating bullying and making sure the children get the exercise they need. The cafeteria was recently painted with murals and art will be installed soon. The school was awarded a significant amount of grant money last year for special projects such as greening, beautification and gardening. We have a new principal who is ON FIRE, loves the children most of all and from what I hear demands a lot from but also provides a lot to the teachers and administrative staff. It can be difficult deciding on a school - I feel in love with TECA right away and am lucky that academically and socially it has turned out to be a great choice for my son and for our family. The new kindergarten parents I have met are amazing - they are organizing sports teams and volunteering as room parents and are just so excited to be part of TECA.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2013
My son is now starting his second year at Thomas Edison, and I couldn't be happier with his education there. He's in the dual-immersion Spanish program (started when he was in kindergarten), and attends the school's in-house after school program, too. TECA's staff and teachers are fully committed to the kids, and it shows. And the recent hiring of their new principal a lauded and experienced educator only promises bigger and better things for the school. I'm looking forward to my son attending there all the way through eighth grade.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2013
I love that they have a dual Spanish immersion program. Prent are very much involved and partcipate.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2013
I graduated this year from Edison Charter Academy and I was only there for two years but I can honestly say I loved it there. The teachers there are the best at what they do and they are always there for you, school-wise and personally/emotionally . The students are so friendly and very fun to be around. The school in a very very beautiful area . Great great school. GO PANTHERS !!

- submitted by a community member
August 01, 2013
We started Teca last year my kindergartener had a great year we loved ms polo and the rest of the staff was absolutely great cant wait to start this year first grade here we come :) oh and we have a brand new principal woohoo !!!

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2013
Best school my son learned a lot in year . Great staff and teachers I'm happy that my son is at this school .

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2013
Edison is an exceptional school full of committed and hard-working teachers and staff. The school has its own union that protects all teachers. Don't let the vengeful and inaccurate words of a disgruntled (and sub-par) employee cloud the hard work that our teachers, admin, board and staff have put in to make this a great school. Hard work too much for you? You shouldn't be here. Our kids deserve better. Thank you to all the people who put the"community" into our community-based school. Good riddance to those that can't hack it.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2013
TECA is a terrific school. Our son has just finished K and is going into 1st grade and we couldn't be happier with his progress and development. The school has excellent teachers who are all very motivated, and love what they do. The art, music, drama and PE programs are exceptional - most private schools even don't have such programs. The school has an awesome location, building and facilities. The kids are really well behaved. The school does not tolerate any bad behavior. kids are polite, know how to behave even in front of complete strangers. The diversity of the school is remarkable - lending to a well rounded social experience for kids. We started a baseball team last year - which has been a terrific success - building community and the love of sports. Academically the school has been improving its scores every year - and is now amongst the top schools in the state academically. Of course every school has its challenges and areas for improvement. We look at these as opportunities to make the school even better - and the administration, parents and teachers are working together on these areas. The school has a very solid foundation that will enable it to grow and thrive.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2013
This school is falling apart. Admin is no longer properly credentialed after the Board forced the director to resign. They have fired some amazing teachers without cause.

- submitted by a community member
May 16, 2013
My son is completing his kindergarten year in the TECA dual immersion program. He's had a really good experience at TECA. He has very bright and creative teachers and he seems to feel safe and confident. Some people have only heard that TECA was a charter school nightmare when it was owned by a corporation; but it's a nonprofit now and not corporate at all. On top of the spanish, this school has an incredible arts program. The kids have art almost all year long. They have a "Specials" class every day for about 45 minutes. They take PE, drama, art and music each for about 8 weeks at a time all year long for the whole time they are at TECA. I think the kids get to choose their own specials to some extent in middle school, but they're still there. So my son has three great teachers every day, how cool. TECA also has a good afterschool program with none of the restrictions that other schools seemed to have. Good price for it, too ($325 a month this year). All of the parents seem really engaged and involved.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
TECA is great! We have a full-time arts program, caring teachers, a renovated building, on-site After School, better food than SFUSD & no-added-sugar-for-sale policy, a new computer lab, a thriving 3-year old Spanish-English dual-immersion option in the lower grades, rising parent participation & fundraising (but never enough). We have an invigorated Parent-Teacher Committee - I spent 1 hour yesterday sorting TECA t-shirts with other parents, and another 30 minutes writing thank-you notes on Teacher Appreciation gift certificates with yet another group of parents. Meanwhile, Spanish-speaking parents were helping out in the classrooms, testing kids on their Spanish so the teacher can provide individualized instruction to every student. Yes, our school has warts - I did mention not enough $, right? But our teachers are caring people who believe in our mission to nurture "the whole child" and help our kids prepare for top high schools (3 admitted to Lowell last year- huge for our size; & many scholarships to other top schools). Our administrators listen to good ideas, our arts program is unmatched, and our parent participation is way up. Good things are happening here!

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2012
Ms. Cook is the best teacher in the world! If you want your child to succeed and love going to school, put them in her class. My daughter was lucky to have her for 4th and 5th grade because she stays with her students for 2 years. My daughter talks about her all the time. Ms. Cook really cares about all her students and they all love her! I am thankful for everything she has done for my children. 100 stars for Ms Cook!

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2012
After almost a year, we are still very happy our son is at Edison. We have signed him up for 1st grade. Got an email from friends, wondering what to do for the upcoming furlough day. Ha! Edison is in session, we don't have to worry about missing work or day care.

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2012
The bottom line is that the school experience is what you (as parents) and your child make of it. In 2010/2011 our niece came to live with us and we needed a school for her 8th grade year. We heard about Edison Charter Academy from a friend and parent who had 2 children in the school. After meeting with the principal we decided ECA would be it. ECA went beyond our expectations and was a great match for our niece at a crucial time in her life. The teachers care deeply about the students and take time to be present with them. We also had an involved group of parents. All this made a difference! In her one year here, our niece grew confident, was challenged by and experienced academic success, and was guided and inspired to make positive choices in her life. Also, one of the perks is that the school is situated in between the Mission District and Noe Valley, which brings together a rich diversity of culture and class. Yes, ECA has gone though transitions and like all schools it has quirks, but our year at this school was amazing for us as a family and life changing for our niece. If you want a school with a whole lot of heart and soul, this is one of them... consider it!

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2011
The school raised from the ashes practically and it's become what it is today!. Disgruntled individuals will always have their funny little opinions. An opinionated individual will always want to come to make disruptive changes in the classroom If their will is not fulfilled, then they will post a nasty message on this site. So sad. Those who go around hating the school, those are the ones who never helped with their "little grain of sand." Teachers and staff are really committed a 110% to the wellbeing of the students. complain, complain, complain.

- submitted by a community member
September 11, 2011
Please read all the reviews of this school, as it shows the progression of change that has and continues to occur at Edison. The new (as of 2010) principal, Ms. Morrell, seems to be directing Edison toward a steady and stable path of focused academic performance.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2011
i feel that this school is a great school so far, my son transferred to this school in the middle of the 2010-2011 school year from a private school and I feel he has learned more at eidison then the private school, he was able to fit in very well and improve his skills. I've olny dealt wth the kindergarten teacher and she is AMAZING!!!!! I was so impressed that i am hoping to transfer my oldest son and nephew to this school!!!

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2011
I have been working here for the past 7 years as a teacher, and have stayed because it's been an amazing place to work. The community of kids, parents, and teachers is outstanding, supportive, and overall has very positive attitude about education. Our biggest challenge has been high turnover in our leadership, but now that we have Ms. Morrell, I feel like we have a strict principal who knows what needs to be done to boost our test scores and create an environment that prepares kids for high school and college. I hope our leadership remains consistent because I think after a few years with the same direction people will start to see our true strength.

- submitted by a teacher
April 06, 2011
Teachers at this school are great, they work with kids needs and are there anytime for a student. Afterschool program is great. On the other hand the principal is new to the school and has not once sent a letter or took time to intrudce herself. She is only about making her money and has no concern or care of kids needs. My kids has been going there since kinder and this will be there last year there. She treaten my son and interigated him in saying something he didnt do. She's really rude and maybe the reason she s there is just to be close to her boyfriend a teacher. The school is great other then her and the Teachers are Wonderfull!!

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2011
My son has been in second garde this year. It's the first year and as a parent I'm satisfied with the way the staff responds to concerns of parents. They really try to work with my needs and take everything into consideration. I've had a great experience thus far. The curriculum is great too I'm happy with what my son is learning and he has interacted a lot with others. I see more confidence in him.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2010
I LOVED this school when I went there. The classes were great and the teachers I had definitely tried to get to know me on a personal level in order to help me. My attendance there has shaped a lot of decisions i've made (where I went to school after wards/where I plan to go) and changed my life in general. I do not regret going there; it's helped me with my educational decisions and has given me great friends, both staff and students.

- submitted by a community member
August 16, 2010
We had are child at Edison since Kindergarten and as she went up in grade the school kept deteriorating. The teachers and after school tutoring is what kept her there. After Mrs Sampson left we should of known it was time get out. If it wasn't for the teachers and Ramon up in the office we would of pulled our child out before she graduated.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2010
Unfortunatley, this school has not lived up to the hype. The staff is sub par, the Administration is focused on clicks and groups of whos' friends with what teachers. Then those teachers and classrooms get special treatments. The teachers are young and untrained. They would rather have their boyfriend on the field trip instead of parents going so they can get their quality time in. And don't expect help from the admin regarding any teacher that is in there click of friends. You will be shunned and disappointed. This is not the environment I want for my child. I have pulled my child from this school after 6 yrs. That says alot to a parent who does not want to up and change there childs whole system after 6 yrs in the same place. But as a parent you must do what is best for your child first. School gets aF.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2010
This school turned out to be a nightmare. My kids were here for 5 years. And when ms. sampson left i should have took them out immediately. The staff is biased, they always side with there teachers. Even when the teachers are clearly wrong. There is no leadership, the principal has changed at least 3x in 3 years. There are very few activities, or programs for the children to participate in. The staff is not diverese and is incapable of dealing with a diverse student population. The do not even practice their core values that they try to promote to the children. Compasion, integrity, etc. The staff is lacking in all of these things. I would think 2x no 3x befor putting my child in this school. To put them here would be detrimental to there mental and emotional health. I am happy my kids have been transfered to another school.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2010
it is aswesome staff is strict but allsow kind and caring. children have fun even thought they complain but at the end they learn a good lesson.

- submitted by a student
no rating March 25, 2010
I was in Ms. Cooks class and it was great. She is the best teacher ever. She got me to succeed.

- submitted by a student
March 10, 2010
i LOVE this school , just the staff needs to be WAYY WAYY WAYY more strict .

- submitted by a student
March 03, 2010
This is a bad school which is in Program Improvement by the California Department of Education for failing to meet its Academic Performance for two years in a row! Back in '07, a new group of Board members were installed after the founding members resigned, but, unlike the previous Board, they don't seem to know what they are doing. The school hasn't had a good principal in years. The once pristine library is a shambles. Good administrative staff (Rhonda Sampson) have left the school. There isn't even an active parent organization. Don't need to be on board a sinking ship - my child is being transferring to another school. Do your research before looking into this school. It may not be around for very long.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 27, 2010
Unfortunately, my experiences at Edison Charter Academy have turned into a nightmare for my family. My oldest graduated a few years ago when there was still a decent administartion running the school, for the most part. My daughter who has attended since kinder is now in sixth grade , has been threatened, bullied, and insulted by the new principal Edwin in Winchester that she is just a drama girl so I am assuming he agrees that she deserves it. She has been going through alot of changes because of this and I am looking for a better location for her. I will not let them get away with this and will look into further help. The teachers in my opinion seem focused on the kids but without an administration that stands behind them, they are also without help. I need help. There is too much to write but really help.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2010
The teachers are great . The Secretary Ramone is Beautiful! The office staff aside from the above listed need severe improvement. F- Principal Winchester

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 23, 2010
Edison was the worse decision I made for my child there so call special learning and dedication to there children is a joke my child lost 4yrs of his education at this school now he is in middle school and struggles so much Edison does not care about there students

- submitted by a parent
December 18, 2009
Edison has been a blessing for my two daughters. One is in 4th grade, Ms. Cook's class. She is dedicated. A great teacher. With so many students, she is still able to cater to each person's needs and sees each students different potential and works with that. She keeps them motivated and interested. My other was in Ms. Levie's for kindergarten and it just doesn't get any better than Ms. Levie. If I could, I would have kept her in Ms. Levie's class til they graduated high school! She is now in Mr. Brown's class who is awesome! i have found all the teachers to be willing, able and flexible. I have to admit, that with the loss of Ms. Sampson and the turnover of principals, I was a bit nervous. But so far so good. The new principal seems genuine and ready to make Edison top 10! Underrated ...

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2009
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- submitted by a student
June 19, 2009
Just a few years ago, this school was so great. But familiar faces resigned a couple of years ago, and the new folk just didn't move the school forward. Be very wary. Turnover of admin is very, very high. I'm glad to say that my daughter has graduated out, and we won't have to deal with this place, since it turned out to be an incredible disappointment. The principal was very disengaged and didn't value the imput of parents. The Board was also very, very rude and indifferent to families. The teachers seemed to be focused on other matters besides the education of the students. So sad when those in charge don't have the welfare of the children in mind.

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2009
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April 03, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating March 20, 2009
I have had my children at this school for the past five years. The school has seen somewhat of a decline due to leadership changes. This school has become more focused on standard test and student behavior. the school has lost its focus. You still have the dedicated few at the school but those too are dewindling down wihtout the administrations support. I am very disappointed in the direction this school is taking. This may be our last year.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2009
I went there, my sister and cousins went there ages ago, now that its become a charter academy, i can see the improvements. My little sister now attends and she is a sponge. Thanks to her fantastic teachers, we engage in the most fun and educational conversations I dont even think I thought of having at her age.

- submitted by a community member
January 27, 2009
I give Edison Charter Academy 5 stars! I think this school is absolutely wonderful. My son had Ms. Cook's class also. She is an awesome teacher. My son loves her very much. She is the heart of Edison Charter Academy, also Ms. Sampson. They love the children. I know it may be stressful for them at times but I see they truly love the children and care about their education. They go out of their way to help families and that to me is a blessing! I am proud to have my children in that school, I've had my children there since kindergarden. I recommend this school. I do believe there are bullies every where. We can't control that, we can only do our best to be their for our own children.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2008
I absolutely luv this school! my son has been attending Edison since 3rd grade and i was very blessed to have him placed in Ms. Cook's class. I have never met such a dedicated teacher who would always go out of her way to cater to her students! i just wish she would have moved on up with them for 6th grade but as the new school year has started i have found that his new teachers are also very dedicated and easy to talk to. I have faith that with the new principle and more parent involvement this school will be one of the top schools in SF......

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2008
This school is so much fun and educational at the same time. The teachers make learning fun and the teachers are so dedicated to the students. I am absolutely proud of giving this school 5 stars.

- submitted by a student
September 10, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 22, 2008
I hate this school! it is not challenging, and there are some kids there who don't want to be there. and some of them are bullies.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 05, 2008
Sorry to say that this school doesn't have any direction and as a parent I struggled to reach the teacher/the Principal. They just don't want to listen to parents nor wanted to encourage the students' enthusiasm. As a parent I got disappointed, so is my kid in the last academic year.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2008
I give this school 1 star. But I give Ms. Cook a big 5 for being so dedecated to her 5th grade class to bad she has no support from the school to make it a better and fun place to learn. I hope fall 2008 will be a better school year for all the students and teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2008
We've come a long way over the years and I'm happy to say that after this year I've decided I'm committed to staying at Edison for quite some time. We will have no teacher turnover this year, and we finally have a consistently supportive principal who is most concerned with creating a positive learning environment. Our kids have flourished this year in an environment where the focus is on teaching and learning and not on discipline. I'm proud to say our Junior Academy is one of the few in the city where the majority of the kids know that they come here to learn and be successful. I'm looking forward to more years of improvement.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating April 02, 2008
No stars. We are leaving Edison. We enrolled some years back, and at first, my child and I were happy here. The school had a nice library and librarian, and the school volunteers were so knowledgeable and caring. This year, no one seems to know what is going on, or even care. The teachers and very young, and come to class tired and grouchy, yet there isn't much homework. My child doesn't get to go to the library any longer because they lost their volunteer. There is no direction, the principal seems distracted, or is uninterested. Their afterschool program is a mess. We have enrolled in a private school. I've lost faith in this school, and in public schools.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2008
I give this school 5 stars. I have 2 sons who are attending this school and one is graduating this year. He has attended Edison since Kinder. The teachers are very caring and sometimes even go all out to make sure their students succeed. Two people in particular I admire and I am truly thankful; Mr. Toumey and Mrs. Sampson. I have never met two teacher and school staff so dedicated and loving to their students. I thank you and my boys do too.

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2007
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- submitted by a student
October 25, 2007
At one time, this was a pretty great school. So much to offer by way of an exciting cirriculum, wonderful, caring teachers and an energetic principal. There has been some dramatic changes in administration, staffing and parental interest and support. These changes have been to the detriment of the school. There is no longer and energy and school spirit that drew me here. Now its like a Stepford school, where the students are tolerated and teachers just want to go home. My boys just aren't happy, and they aren't learning. I don't understand how this could have happened, but it has. Families are leaving, and we're next.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2007
I am a grandmother of a student their, she is in the first grade and she loves school.I am so glad their is an afternoon program for her to attend.

- submitted by a community member
September 10, 2007
Great school, excellent educators

- submitted by a community member
August 07, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2006
Parents in San Francisco should know that this school exists as a choice for their children to take part in something revolutionary. A public school (with grades 6-8) where there is no gang violence? Yes! A public school with accountability to its students? Yes! Come see the success for yourself! Ignore the naysayers and make your own decision. Test scores that improve each year don't lie. And anyone who says that the school teaches to the standardized tests hasn't seen the K-8th grade Science Fair and Invention Convention or the before-school running program partnered with the San Francisco Road Runners Club.

- submitted by a teacher
July 08, 2006
This school is a very good school. I go there and I just love the teachers and the staff that work there. I think all students should go there because you learn so much at that school. Besides the fun I have learning there, there is never any fights and not most of the students that leave, leave because they dont like it there...I think it is a great elementery and middle school.

- submitted by a student
March 16, 2006
This school is geared towards standard tests and not to educating kids which is very unfortunate.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2004
It's unfortuneate to see that Edison continues to lag behind other elementary schools in the city.

- submitted by a former student
January 26, 2004
We have had 3 children at Edison Charter Academy for the past 3 years (one has been attending for 5 years.) We are very satisfied with the education our children are getting. The Edison curriculum model is essentially a private education in a public school. The reading program allows our children to move up according to their reading level. For example, our daughter is in 4th grade, but is reading at a 7th grade level. Our children also have the increasingly rare opportunity to study Music, Art and P.E. at Edison! We also love the discipline practiced in the school, which incorporates values and ethics in its curriculum. Our school is not under the thumb of the SF school district (we are a state charter school), which we feel is a big plus !

- submitted by a parent
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The school is no longer under the management of Edison Schools. Thomas Edison Charter Academy T(ECA) is an independent community school. We strive to create a strong connection between our students, parents, the community, and our staff. The majority of our teachers and staff have worked with the school for many years and we have very low teacher turn-over. There is a tremendous sense of community at TECA.

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Edison Charter Academy
3531 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA  94114
(415) 970-3330
Last modified Edison Charter Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Edison Charter Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 66 reviews.