"Our school is best known for its diverse demographics."
Students enrolled 250
Hours 9:30AM - 3:30PM
School leader Tracy People
Transportation options Yes
Before school Yes
After school Yes
Summer program no info

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4235 19th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

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4 stars
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August 26, 2014
The administration of this school is close-minded, fearful/insecure about change, secretive of information and decision making and divisive at it's core pitting faculty against parents. The faculty view of parental/community involvement is to adopt faculty objectives which has no mechanism for the reflection of the parental objectives and also allows for no accountability. The before and after care programs are run by very well intended folks and again great hearts but the fact is that they fail to provide enrichment opportunities to the students. There is free play and some time focused on homework but nothing like clubs and activities that exist at other nearby schools (soccer, baseball, tennis, science, music, Spanish, chess). This is the sacrifice the administration is willing to make on behalf of the students in order that they not take the albeit sometimes difficult task of working with the parents in an open and accountable way so they raise the funds to provide these opportunities. My son has a couple years left so I remain hopeful it changes. "Hope will never be silent" by Harvey Milk.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2014
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy in San Francisco is an outstanding small elementary school. Because it is a small school, each child is known by name by all staff members. The school has a diversified enrollment reflecting the diversity of San Francisco. A public school is only as good as its teachers and at HMCRA the teachers are top notch! The emphasis on civil rights and the civil rights movement is a definite plus. In addition to getting a good grounding in the "three Rs," students are taught ethics, such as being kind and respectful of others and that they should be truthful and hard working. The before school and after school care is invaluable to working parents. Two of my grandchildren attend HMCRA and love going to school.

- submitted by a community member
January 23, 2014
The Principal is great, the teachers are wonderful, and my daughter really loves the school. A few of the parents have been a little high strung over the years, but even they have to agree that the school is great for our kids. The scores keep exceeding all the growth expectations, and my own daughter is excelling with the support that she gets from the educators and administration.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2013
My child is very happy first grader. The school has a lot of activities, movie night roller skate night, dancing etc etc. The teachers are amazing and the principal gives me a hug hello. What more could I want from a school. Nothing, this school is great!

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2013
My school has amazing teachers, faculty and families that are committed to creating the best learning environment for our children. We have a great Parent-Faculty community that work together building school spirit and honor our diverse families.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2013
My daughter is a very happy 1st grader at Harvey Milk and as a mom who toured more than a dozen schools looking for kindergarten, I feel like we did really well in the San Francisco lottery. The school isn't perfect--you can read the comments below and get that. But it's a warm, inclusive community, and the teachers are great. I like the principal well enough--she treats me like a friend and though I can't speak to her leadership qualities, she tries, and I don't understand the awful comments about her. Anyway, I'm not a political person, I just want my child to be happy and get a good education. I feel good when I take her to school and I enjoy the other parents and participating in the school events. It's a friendly, funky place where the kids don't have to look a certain way and they dress in creative ways--and diversity is encouraged.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2013
Teachers and staff really are great, but in all honesty the principal does not equally care about all students/parents. She does not unify the school, nor show leadership. The after school program is a good space for kids. Only positive experiences with our teachers, but horrible experiences trying to communicate with the principal. If rating the school independent of leadership, I'd give it four stars. Facilities, compared to many other schools, are small. No separate play area for Kinders/first graders.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
I work at HM & it's a great school. Some of these posts are very disheartening. I love my school& the direction in which it's headed. This school is centered around student achievement so if the principal has empowered students and staff to become leaders of morning circle,what is the charge? I'm a dear friend of the secretary.Please be clear that she has never spoken an ill word of the admin at this school. Her leaving was an independent decision based on what was best for her.To infer that her choice is a "red flag "is extremely misleading and speaks to how a small minority of folks at this school inflate and misconstrue information just to support their experience. FYI, that's considered lying. Truth: we have moved to a fee based program. But not many schools in SF offer a free morning/afterschool program. Sfusd reapplied for the grant but our school was not selected to receive it. Truth:The information became available in June at an ice cream social and since that time the administration has worked hard to offer an affordable program and has since apologized. The untruthful gossip must stop. If you are unhappy please do what is best for you but don't throw dirt in the process.

- submitted by a teacher
August 05, 2013
I love the principal. She is amazing, truthful and is interactive with every student. She comes on hours that are not on her work day! I know there are some parents who expect to be treated like royalty, but our principal cares about creating a cohesive environment that includes both view points. The negative reviews you see, are by parents who don't go to this school anymore. We have an amazing staff, and principal! WE LOve our students! The after school program and before school program was based on a grant that a lot of schools lost based on free and reduced lunch status. Let us have a great year, roll up our sleeves and have a fabulous 2013/2014 school year!

- submitted by a teacher
August 05, 2013
I selected this school because I was referred by a staff member. After reviewing other schools demographics I realized that Harvey Milk closely met my needs as a diversified school. I have an incoming 1st grader who I teach how to celebrate and respect not only her differences, but that of others. The year before last I was indirectly in the know about what was going on at this school. I attended a community meeting as a guest and some of the parents there were very abrasive and had a downright abusive tone toward the principal, staff, and one another.I can only assume that the negative posts are from those same parents. I am coming to HMCRA to roll up my sleeves and help get the work done for the betterment of ALL children, including mine. If my child is happy then so am I. The focus has shifted due to a sense of entitlement. I heard that entitlement in a post written earlier about the contribution of increasing test scores due to middle class families. AND??? Equity is about making sure everyone has access to the same thing. A cohesive community should model that. This have and have not mentality is systemic yet I still long to be a part of this school because I seek change.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
I selected this school because I was referred by a staff member. After reviewing other schools demographics I realized that Harvey Milk closely met my needs as a diversified school. I have an incoming 1st grader who I teach how to celebrate and respect not only her differences, but that of others. The year before last I was indirectly in the know about what was going on at this school. I attended a community meeting as a guest and some of the parents there were very abrasive and had a downright abusive tone toward the principal, staff, and one another.I can only assume that the negative posts are from those same parents. I am coming to HMCRA to roll up my sleeves and help get the work done for the betterment of ALL children, including mine. If my child is happy then so am I. The focus has shifted due to a sense of entitlement. I heard that entitlement in a post written earlier about the contribution of increasing test scores due to middle class families. AND??? Equity is about making sure everyone has access to the same thing. A cohesive community should model that. This have and have not mentality is systemic yet I still long to be a part of this school because I seek change.

- submitted by a community member
April 30, 2013
This school has increasing test scores probably because the socioeconomic demographics are shifting to more middle class kids, not due to any other change at the school in the past few years. The previous principal was more involved - responded to email, participated in meetings. The current principal doesn't respond to email, and often yawns or looks askance during meetings where parents are present. This could be a great school community but it's currently divided and hurting due to continued insults flung between principal, and some staff, teachers and parents. I recommend this school for parents who are not interested in being involved. I've seen parents invest a lot of time, raise a lot of money, and then be called names and told their effort and fundraising is not valued or welcome. Sign up for the school's yahoo group and read the insults and namecalling. Attend a PFC meeting and see what's discussed. Attend an SSC meeting and see the divisiveness. It's a shame. Nobody at this school is a bigot or elitist, but adults in the community still use those words to describe each other.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2013
I am a proud parent of two current HMCRA students. In addition, I have a 7th grader who attended HMCRA as well. Correct: The past three years have been rough for teachers and parents who transitioned through 2 principals in 3 years. Thankfully, the teachers and staff did a great job of insulating the kids from the drama. The kids truly come first in this school and the teachers are great which I way my family is still there. Yes, the departure of Friends of Harvey Milk and the previous support staff is heartbreaking, however, I do believe that the school will recover with time. Several years ago,I choose Harvey Milk because of it's close knit, intimate and kid-focused supportive environment. I still believe i made a great choice. Incorrect: Some of the comments would lead a reader to believe the school is similar to a scene from a the "Wild Wild West." I am not disregarding anyone's opinion,however, I think perspective parents should visit the school for a more complete view of the environment.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2013
This school is a happy place for children. I was unaware of all the problems from the 2011-2012 year. I have a shy son who hated preschool. For him a small, safe, local school where he already knew some children was important. He has really changed this year. He has a great ego. He is a peacemaker in his classroom. He helps others. He's mastered reading. He socially has flourished. This is an elementary school where kids learn and have fun. I have also wanted to leave due to the lack of overall leadership and lack of parent involvement, but each time I feel that way, I ask my son is he happy. And he bounces away saying yes, he loves his school. The teachers are involved in their classrooms and do what they can with a limited budget. My son is in aftercare and loves the Y program. Even days when he wants me to get him a bit early, I get there and have to spend an hour watching him finish the activity he was in. All schools will have issues from time to time and it seems like they are mostly caused by parents not children.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
HMCRA was our top choice in the SFUSD lottery - when I toured the school and spoke with parents, everyone praised the community, the parental involvement, and the dedication of the teachers. Sadly, much of that community spirit seems to have disintegrated between tour dates in 2011 and the start of K in 2012. Apart from losing the support of Friends of Harvey Milk (the main fundraising body for the school, and provider of extended care services) in fall of 2012, there were issues with the principal and at least one teacher at the school. I made an effort to support the school, both through donations to their fundraising drives, and by volunteering in the classroom, but found that unfortunately the bulk of other parents just didn't want to get involved. We left the school after one semester; a full 20% of my child's kinder class also transferred out of HMCRA, either to other public schools or to private schools. I wanted to like this school, and I do believe the teachers are doing the best they can with limited funding - but the petty arguments constantly (and currently) breaking out on the school's listserv make me glad I moved my child out of the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
The teachers are dedicated and experienced and do a very good job of meeting each child's needs. My child does really well at this school, has good friends, loves going to school there, and enjoys the space. The new afterschool program is well organized and supports and nutures the students well. The majority of the parents create a supportive friendly community. However, parent involvement in fundraising is fairly low and the PFC ("Parent Faculty Club" - it's not a PTA) has not had the resources/volunteers/support to help it become a PTA. The PFC could raise more money with more involvement and support and resources (and if it was a PTA then it could receive grants). I've seen fewer parents involved at the school, donating to the school, this year, than in previous years. The nonprofit that used to raise funds for the school now raises funds for other schools because this school won't accept funds raised by that nonprofit. Staff and parents argue with, insult each other in the group email list for the school. It's a mixed bag. I wish this school had better fundraising/involvement and a leader who would step up and manage tension and embrace parent involvement and all fundraising.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
Harvey Milk could be a great school. The teachers are amazing: dedicated, smart and just fun to be around. But, unfortunately, the current Principal has alienated an entire group of parents and has put a huge strain on the parent community as a whole. It makes you wonder when you realize that since she has been at HM two different PFC presidents have not only stepped down, but have left the school entirely. Some of the positive reviews below are a reaction to an article posted here 4/23 about the challenges the school community faces. I'm sure some parents really get a lot out of Harvey Milk, but I wanted to be honest about the other side of the story too. I no longer feel welcome there.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
HMCRA was at one point a great school, but the principal who came on board in 2012 was divisive and completely unsupportive of students with special needs. For example, she flat out refused to provide special education testing for my son, dismissing him as "Just a C student." As this refusal failed to maintain the district standards, we complained to the Board of Education and the Superintendant of Schools, to no avail. We transferred to another school, one with a compassionate, involved principal, and that "C student" is now an A student. Beyond that specific complaint, we noted that she fostered a toxic environment wherein quality teachers and quality support staff all felt the need to leave. Roughly a quarter of my son's class transferred out after one year of this principal's reign. Some good teacher remain, but the atmosphere is still so argumentative and bitter that it is difficult for any group of adults associated with HMCRA to move forward with the goal of helping the children.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
Let's get back to the basics, the CHILDREN! HMCRA is a GREAT learning environment for all children and has made many positive strides in academics, test scores are making double digit high jumps and teachers here are dedicated professionals and are working enthusiastically under the current Principle. Its sad to see so many negative comments about this school... And when most of the negative comments are about adults that have personal issues with the principle. Contrary to the other statements, parents all have one goal in mind and do work hard to make this school great! There have been some hurdles in the past (2011-2012) and even with all of the bickering and behind the scenes drama that other parents are speaking about, the bottom line is the STUDENTS, the principle, faculty, staff, and parents make this school shine bright! I have been at two other schools in this district and this is first school that feels like we belong. Parents whose children no longer attend HMCRA should spend their time writing reviews for their own school instead of writing negative comments about ours. Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a Great School!

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
We love Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy. Our daughter is in her third year at the school. She loves second grade and has had a great experience overall with the school, teachers and the entire community. She has made so many friends in all different grades. The focus on "families" (not individual families, but there's a very welcoming attitude on that too!) is a great part of the school and we hope a real lasting legacy of the school's commitment to inclusion and unity. HMCRA Families bonds students from all grades (teachers and aides as well...) and allows them to interact, socialize and learn from each other in ways the "standard curriculum" never could. HM school has wonderful dedicated teachers and a supportive administration and staff. The Principal, now in her 2nd year has always been available to me one on one. She is very personable and friendly with our family and the children of HM. Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a small beautiful school in the castro. We hope that our 2 year old will be going to this school when she begins kindergarten.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
HMCRA should get five stars for most of the teachers, many of whom are truly and widely regarded as exceptional within sfusd and beyond. The philosophy and diversity and the location and the size of the school are truly unique. I don't pay attention to all the infighting between parents, but what I do notice is that there is a serious decline in programs, funding, and while I think the principal has a tough job she is just not handling problems with the kind of leadership necessary. I'm very sorry to say that there's a "sinking ship" feeling and it's heartbreaking. The school needs a principal who is a uniter, who has a vision, and who can save all the amazing things this school and the community has to offer. We're hanging in, trying to do our part, but have no idea what the future holds if the administration remains the same. Another thing to note is the disciplinary approach: very strict and punitive, benching kids for recess and some teachers give candy as rewards. I don't know if other schools do the same, but I read that sfusd was supposed to implement supportive discipline. All that said, my kid is learning and loves the teachers. We're not giving up yet!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2013
Harvey Milk went through a little rough patch with new principle in 2012, but this year things have really inproved. My daughter is extremely happy with HMCRA and even asked to go back to school during spring break!! She's learning so much, and LOVES her teacher! I love the diversity and the emphasis on civil rights. I am very happy we chose this school and I am really looking forward to the next year! Yeah for Harvey Milk!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2013
This is a great school!! Harvey Milk is a small, close-knit school. I love the new Principal and feel that everything is on track again. All the staff are actively involved in creating a safe and diverse environment for the kids to learn and thrive. As the name implies, there is a focus on civil rights and conflict resolution. My niece loves this school. I volunteer 2 days a week and witness firsthand the commitment of the staff and the general celebratory atmosphere. Please ignore the bad reviews from last year.

- submitted by a community member
April 12, 2013
This school is great!!! My children graduated from this school 5 years ago and I have been an employee eversince. We are doing some GREAT, NEW things at our school. Indeed, we had a rough patch last school year, but it did not have an impact on student learning, as you may see from our ever rising test scores! The children are happy and learning and we as staff celebrate that!

- submitted by a teacher
April 10, 2013
This school had the same principal for 20 years and when she left 3 years ago there was a rough patch. But I think it's has turned a corner so please don't not put a lot of weight on the negative comments about this school in 2012. It is still diverse, small and supportive to the parents. We have a great group of teachers and active and friendly parents. The principal's style is professional and measured. She makes herself available to parents so you can see for yourself and make your own judgements. We've been at the school for 4 years and weathered the change. I'm glad we stayed. It's still a wonderful place.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2013
HMCRA's shining stars are its teachers. My child has blossomed into an amazing reader in our two years here. The teaching is top notch and my child loves going to school and looks forward to returning after the weekend. Staff uses restorative practices to resolve conflicts in the classroom, which seems to work well. The school always feels safe and the garden and greening work done is impressive. The children learn about social justice, civil rights, and acceptance. Several of the teachers at this small school have been teaching there for many, many years. We are excited to see what next year brings! For a fifth star, I would want to see better fundraising capabilities for extra programs, and for better communication from leadership, the only two weaknesses I see.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2013
I have been at this school each day for the last month. Our teacher Ms. Francis is a thoughtful and talented teacher. During the day I have witnessed a variety of teachers networking and helping each other out. My child does not go to the after school program but I suspect the kids like having younger adults playing along side with them. We are very fortunate to have Ms. Wendy our school therapist to help out kids through out the week. Ms. Peoples has been kind and has asked how things are going when ever I see here in the halls. I like the school and our community. Lynne

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2012
When I chose this school I liked that it was small and celebrated diversity. However, it has become a bad experience for our family. There is a lot of anger and tension in the community and abusive emails are circulated on the message group. The principal has taken sides in the conflict rather than trying to resolve the issues.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2012
Not so great anymore!!! The leadership does not care about civil rights or hard work. An absolute disgrace to use the name 'Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy'. Instead of diffusing conflict, the principal creates and pursues it. Here are some words that best describe the leadership: lazy, detached, uncaring, tyrannical, combative, dispassionate, phony, unaccountable, irresponsible, unscrupulous. Be extremely diligent in your research if you're considering this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2012
Until recently, HMCRA was a great school. It's emphasis on civil rights was certainly a plus. It is small and personalized. Now the best teachers are leaving -- either retiring or transferring to another school because of unfortunate changes made by the Board of Education. Also, there used to be a wonderful after-school program for working parents staffed by a caring staff.but recent changes to the program has caused a lot of upheaval and the staff was terminated.

- submitted by a community member
May 04, 2010
This is a small and outstanding school in San Francisco. Civil Rights are the center of the school curriculum. Children are our future. Diversity our strength.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 01, 2009
It is a small, alternative public elemenetary schoo, which truly celebrates diversity (in terms of economic backgrounds, racial backrounds, physical ability etc) and it is has such a strong sense of community! The kids learn a pledge of alligance to the world - it is just beautiful. HRMCA is helping students become citizens of the world! I pledge alligance to the world, to cherish every living thing, to care for earth and sea and air, with peace and freedom everywhere.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2009
this school is excellent for all kids the teachers are nice,family's help

- submitted by a community member
September 20, 2007
Both of my children graduated from Harvey Milk. My daughter is now 16 and my son is now 12. This school was a true blessing. My kids were taught very well. Harvey Milk is one big family. Ms. Leigh, Alisa, Coach Glen, Ms. Jackson, Mr. Sato, Mr Hodgson, and everyone are greattttt.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2007
Harvey Milk is such an amazing school. Our kids are growing up to be great citizens of our global home... the community and staff here are excellent.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2006
My daughter is in the 3rd grade at HMCRA. We have been here since Kindergarten. The teachers and staff are dedicated to the learning and growth of the children. We have tons of extraordinary parent participation. Our principal is approachable, down to earth and awesome all around! Our students are smart...they care about each other as a part of a school community, and they grasp the concept of how to shape and change themselves and the world. I encourage parents who are considering alternative private schools to look at HMCRA.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2006
My son is in kindergarten in this fantastic school. The diversity of families and kids is excellent, the second I walked through the door it was the San Francisco I wanted my son to grow up in. He has learned so much this year, and has really grown into a school age kid. Staff is supportive and loving and also very diverse... he has a lot of nurturing male role models here, which is an added bonus. It's the best!

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2005
This school has always felt like home for me, since the minute we stepped foot in the door. Parent involvement is very high, community involvement is very high, the principal is wonderful. There is free afterschool care which I love. There are only two classes per grade, so the school has a small feeling to it. The principal knows every child's name in the school. I also love the late start (9:30). My son learned alot there, but now that he is 8 I feel that he needs more academic challenge. Sadly, this school has very low test scores, so much emphasis is placed on improving the test scores of students, to the detriment of the cirriculum, in my opinion. There is not alot of flexibilty for the teachers in what they can teach.My son feels bored and wants more challenge. I love this school, but feel he needs more academic challenge.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2005
My daughter is a first grader at HMCRA. We love the community here and the teachers are super committed. All public scools have thier problems. HMCRA is at lest tyring to teach the students to respect each other and the planet.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2004
Having your child attend this school is like giving your child another family to spend time with and learn from between the hours of 9:30 - 3:30, 5 days a week. Sometimes longer, if your child has an opportunity to participate in any of the after school clubs or activities. It is a warm, open, safe, friendly, loving, socially and politically conscious environment. It teaches tolerance and empathy first and foremost which is a great thing. The teachers are terrific and the staff headed by Sande Leigh, a dynamic and committed principal, are stellar. My only complaint is more about the school district than the school. Because of the way things work, the brighter students are not given an opportunity to be challenged regularly because the teachers are spread so thin attending to the needs of the average and lower performing students and teaching the mediocre curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2004
HMCRA is a great small school where all students are pretty much known by name. Sande Leigh (principal) ensures zero tolerance throughout the school. The school philosophy is emphasized on diversity. I wish there was more parental involvement in the school and with the student body. The staff shows great respect and concern towards all students. We feel proud to have our son attend HMCRA.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2004
My daughter just finished K, and had a wonderful experience. The teachers were exceptional, and at the end of the K session, my daughter was reading 7 letter words, and both adding and subtracting well. HMCRA helps teach respect for your fellow person, and world views. This is something most other schools lack, no matter how high their scores are. HMCRA should be commended for their First Pass approach. A wonderful, diverse school. 660/800. Good job HMCRA. Keep it going.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2004
I knew the first moment that I walked into the school that this was the place for my children. Five years later we maintain the same level of comfort and commitment to this community. HMCRA is a family. Everybody knows my child's name, it has been this way since the beginning. The people at Harvey Milk have helped build the character of our daughter not to mention push her to be the bright, smart child that she is. Sande, Glenn, Michelle, Alisa and all of the teachers who are helping to teach, love and raise the kids, you rock!

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2003
My son attends the first grade at HMCRA and he is very happy. My husband and I are very pleased with the school setting and the pricipal is awesome, as are the parents and teachers. Children from all walks of life attend this school and are never discriminated against, making those who come from different social and cultural backgrounds feel accepted, appreciated, and valued. Coach Glenn (the coach) adds a whole new dynamic to the school, and the children and parents totally admire him. This school has been a blessing to our family and other parents I know. The before and after school programs are fantastic,and no child is excluded. You have to see it to believe it. I recommend this school to parents who want their children to be in a very diverse setting, and in a nurturing and loving environment. This school is very unique and I love it.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2003
Wonderful urban school, filled with amazing teachers who are very committed to the children.We loved the small class sizes and the principle who is the core to this charming school. It's a real gem.

- submitted by a parent
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Milk (Harvey) Civil Rights Elementary School
4235 19th Street, San Francisco, CA  94114
(415) 241-6276
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