SF School Board Extends Lowell High Lottery Admission For Another Year, But The Debate Is Not Over
Students hoping to enter San Francisco’s prestigious Lowell High School next fall will face a lottery system again, after the city’s school board voted on Thursday to extend the mostly random admission process to another year.
The San Francisco Board of Education approved resolution 4-3. The vote was the last in a yearlong Lowell saga, but it won’t be the last. The resolution allows students applying to Lowell for the 2022-2023 school year to use the same application form used for other comprehensive high schools in the school district, officials said in a statement Thursday evening.