Located across the street from beautiful Lake Merced in San Francisco. Lakeshore Elementary is an ethnically and economically diverse urban school and is committed to providing children with a firm educational and social foundation.
Education through Experience
Lakeshore Elementary provides a wide variety of enrichment activities and a nurturing and joyful community, where teachers and parents work together to create a meaningful education and enhance academic achievements. Lakeshore students learn through doing – experiencing the science first hand, increasing their curiosity and retention of the concepts.
Creative expression through the arts is a central part of the Lakeshore experience. The arts curriculum is integrated with what children are learning in the classroom and enhance our students' educational experience.
Our students have a natural playground in which they can explore, write poetry, paint, and draw; as well as a wide variety of gardens that provide food, science curriculum opportunities, and a beautiful environment for the school.
Social Studies and Science
The area surrounding Lakeshore is well-suited for Native American, California social studies, and urban agriculture. Our proximity to Lake Merced provides a unique opportunity to study local entomology and ornithology.
The PTA is planning an exciting year of parent education workshops. Our kick off event will be Wednesday, November 1st at 6:00 pm -7:00 pm. Avoiding Power Struggles While Raising a Powerful Child Parents and guardians can learn common areas of conflict with school-age children, the developmental reasons for power struggles and how to view the conflict from all per
Friday, October 13 is School Colors Spirit Day! If you’d like to buy Lakeshore Spirit Gear, please return the form that was sent home within the last week to the gray lockbox in the office or visit this page to request online. Our PTA volunteers will contact you to arrange handoff times and let you know what’s in stock and what isn’t. Go Leopards
Has your child come home proud of having been awarded a Leopard Buck? Or maybe mentioned to you the importance of the 3 “Be’s”? If you’re curious about this strange new language and want to know more about what our school is doing to encourage positive social behavior among students, please come to the PTA meeting and program at 6:30 on Wed