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Sequoia Adult School collaborates with several outstanding organizations to bring additional educational advantages to our students. Explore our partner pages to gain a better understanding of this joint effort.
  • Everything you wanted to know about California's Adult Schools and then some, location, news, programs all in one convenient site.
  • Cañada College is committed to the practice of personal support and development of student success
  • Check out JobTrain to learn about the GED program and about job training. Sign up for the new Coding Workshop, earn a Certificate!
  • San Mateo Credit Union A member-owned financial cooperative serving anyone who lives, works, worships or studies in San Mateo County and the community of Palo Alto. Join Today! Is a good neighbor and an active sponsor of the Student Attendance Program - Good Attendance = Good Scores
  • Renaissance Entrepreurship Center, small business experts providing low-cost and free services with an idea and a dream as well as those with many years experience working for him or her self who are ready to take the business to the next level. Currently offering a webinar to help established and new business owners.
  • The San Francisco Foundation is an incubator for community investment, original ideas, and passionate leadership. Since 1948, we have been bringing together networks of philanthropists and civic leaders to support and build on the strengths of the community and make the Bay Area the best place it can be. We are a leading agent of Bay Area philanthropy. We rank among the nation’s largest community foundations in grantmaking and assets. We cultivate a family of donors sharing a commitment to the Bay Area. Together, we give millions of dollars a year to foster strong communities, respond to local needs, and elevate public awareness.
  • The Silicon Valley Community Foundation provides visionary community leadership by identifying emerging challenges in our region. For the past four years, Sequoia Adult School has been a proud recipient of a grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation to fund Project LEAP (Leadership, Employment and Academic Preparation). Each year, LEAP's focus changes slightly. This year, the goal of Project LEAP is to prepare students to successfully transition from Sequoia District Adult School to community college by informing them about educational options, and to support students during and after their transition by advising them about college-related issues and career pathways and helping them to leverage financial and other resources.
  • Upward Scholars  Helps low income adults, mostly immigrants, by providing them financial, academic, and community support so they can continue their education, get better jobs, and serve as role models and advocates for their children. Upward Scholars grew out of Sequoia Adult School Scholars and as their reach grew the name changed to reflect the broader mission.
  • Sobrato Family Foundation We seek to empower low‐income, under-served, and at-risk populations that are experiencing language, economic, and other barriers to opportunity. We strive for lasting change in the communities we serve, as we also help people meet their basic needs. We make strategic investments in effective organizations striving to create sustainable impact. We provide leadership and expertise to advance community solutions aligned with our goals.
  • SPARKPOINT SparkPoint is part of a regional United Way of the Bay Area network of financial education centers designed to serve individuals and families who are working to achieve financial self-sufficiency. Students and other members of the community utilize SparkPoint services and resources to achieve financial self-sufficiency.