Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School

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Coordinates: 37°46′40.13″N 122°29′31.24″W / 37.7778139°N 122.4920111°W / 37.7778139; -122.4920111

Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School

40 Vega St

San Francisco, California, 94118
Established 1981
Principal Cheryl Foster
Enrollment 653
Campus Urban
Color(s) Blue, White, and Columbia Blue
Teams Wallenberg Bulldogs

Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School is a high school in San Francisco, California, USA.

Founded in 1981 in honor of the Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg.


White Latino Asian African American Pacific Islander American Indian Two or More Races
8% 15% 57% 13% 0.5% 1% 6%

According to US News and World Report 2013-2014 school year, minority enrollment is 92%, with 65% of the student body coming from an economically disadvantaged household. 42.6 % of students graduate college ready, compared to 43.1% district wide.[1]

Academic Indicators[edit]

Ninth grade writing assessment score 17.2% proficient in 2014-15 compared to district average of 29%. See page

California High School Exit Examination math pass rate in 2014-15 60% vs district 62%

California High School Exit Examination English pass rate in 2014-15 is 54% vs district 56%

Early Assessment Program results: 12% of our juniors tested "college ready" in English and only 9% in math.

CAASPP results for 2015, 39% met the standard in English vs 35% in district, 47% met the standard in math vs 53% in district. see page

California Healthy Kids Survey: 39% of students agree "I am happy to be at this school" compared to 59% of district's HS.

41% of Wallenberg students reported that "The teachers treat the students at this school fairly" compared to 48% in the district.

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