San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The purpose of the Curriculum Meeting is to provide more detailed information about both the French and Montessori Curriculum, along with video presentations. There will be a discussion of Pre-K, extra-curricular activities at both campuses and a brief opportunity for Q&A. We believe attendance at the Curriculum Meeting will provide parents enough information to decide if Audubon is the best fit for your child and if so, which program is the right one for your child and your family. Audubon Charter School has scheduled three (3) Curriculum Meetings. Attendance is REQUIRED at the Curriculum Meeting in order for an applicant’s name to be included in the lottery. Parents/Guardians are only required to attend one of the three meetings. In order to accommodate the large number of parents required to attend the meetings, all curriculum meetings will be held at the Tulane University Lavin-Bernick Center (THIS IS NOT A TULANE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM OR EVENT). Since the auditorium has limited capacity, registration is required (there is no fee to register). Reserve
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Click the link below for information on Parking. If you arrive before 5:30 p.m. you will need to have a parking permit or park at a meter.
When & Where
Audubon Charter School serves approximately 850 students from Pre-K 3 through 8th grade at the school’s two campuses. With its dual Montessori and French programs, Audubon Charter School offers an advanced learning environment driven by curricular design to draw highly motivated, high achieving students. Audubon continues to be a popular school choice for families who are seeking a high performing public school with a diverse student population and strong academics.
Audubon's French Program is accredited by the French Ministry of Education from Pre-K 4 through 8th grade. We are a member of the AEFE network of French Schools in North America.
Audubon's Montessori Program services students in Pre-K 3 through 8th grade. Audubon is an associate member of the American Montessori Society.