admissions process is about finding the best "fit" for a child and a family - a
learning environment where a girl can thrive and grow and where the mission and
philosophy of a school match the educational goals and values of a family.
the process by joining us for a weekday tour of the school to see our students
and faculty in action. All tours are led by our eighth grade students who are
the “experts” about life at Hamlin. At the end of the tour, you will have an
opportunity to chat with current Hamlin parents as well as with Wanda Holland
Greene, our Head of School.
the admission season, we will invite you to a variety of events to get to know
our program and community - from Learn About Hamlin to meet our faculty and to
hear about our curriculum to Diversity and Inclusivity Dialogues to explore and discuss what it
means to be a diverse and inclusive community at Hamlin.
process comes to a close in mid-March when decision letters are mailed by all
independent elementary schools in San Francisco. Families will then a have a
week of quiet reflection to consider their options.
Hamlin School admits students of any race, color, religion, disability and
national or ethnic origin, and accords to them all the privileges, programs,
and activities made available at the school. It does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, religion, disability, national or ethnic origin, sexual
orientation, marital status, sex or age in administration of its educational
policies, admission policies, financial assistance, athletic, and other school