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826 News
01.30.2015

Young Author’s Book Project underway at Mission High

Sixty-eight high school students work one-on-one with tutors to craft personal essays that will be published by 826 Valencia and sold in bookstores nationwide.

826 News
01.27.2015

January Teacher of the Month

Mr. Lara, or Maestro Frank, as he is known to his students, is a fourth grade teacher at Buena Vista Horace Mann School, a bilingual K-8 school in the Mission.

826 News
01.27.2015

Check out freshly published writing from San Francisco students!

From Pizzaland to Immigration Reform to harnessing the power of the elements to first crushes, these kids have something to say.

826 News
01.20.2015

January Volunteer of the Month

After graduating from graphic design intern to volunteer, Christine Herrin has designed the past two issues of the 826 Quarterly.

Press & Recognition
01.08.2015

826 named one of San Francisco’s favorite charities

Our new year is off to a promising start, as 826 Valencia is pleased to announce we’ve been named one of San Francisco’s top seven…

826 News
01.07.2015

Announcing 826 Valencia’s 2015 college scholarships for graduating seniors

We can't wait to hear from you! Applications accepted through February 16, 2015.

826 News
01.05.2015

December Teacher of the Month

Several of Mr. Rodriguez’s former students are quick to identify him as “one of the best math teachers they’ve ever had.”

Videos
01.05.2015

Jessica imagines being snow

Sixth-grader Jessica Berrios, a student in 826 Valencia’s summer writing program, responded to a writing prompt about the elements by choosing to write about snow,…