The Mill Valley Film Festival (MVFF) is pleased to screen the following young adult films about that defining-and sometimes challenging-post-adolescent/pre-adult time of our lives as part of the 41st edition of the festival which returns October 4-14, 2018.
The SFUSD Sustainability Office is hosting a Youth Sustainability Summit, open to all middle and high school students.
This exciting adventure story encompasses comedy, romance and great passion as the Prince of Tyre tries to find love, comfort and wisdom through a series of sometimes hilarious trials and tribulations.
With the recent suicide of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain is a vivid reminder of how much more we need to do to better understand mental health and to take the steps necessary to prevent this tragic loss of life.
Join Greater Farallones sanctuary naturalists and Pt. Reyes Outdoors to experience the eerie phenomenon of bioluminescence in the sheltered waters of Tomales Bay.
The event encourages students to create apps that improve their summer while competing for prizes, including a grand prize of $1,000 for one awesome app!
We're thrilled to announce our 2018 Summer Programs for teens (14-18), including the Junior Camp Counselor program & brand new Teen Camp!
When I signed up for the program, I had no idea how dramatically it would impact the course of my life.
Want to HAVE A VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE AT YOUR SCHOOL? Let's make it happen!
An informative workshop about the various art schools and colleges, programs, courses, and paths to a career in the animation industry.
High school students ages 14 - 18 will work with our Summer Camp teachers to provide fun and exciting nature and wildlife experiences for younger campers. / Estamos buscando estudiantes de preparatoria (de 14 a 18 años) para que nos ayuden en el campamento de verano WildCare.
Bay Area students have stories to tell, so KQED is handing over the mic on KQED's airwaves this week, April 23 - 27, 2018.
Are you ready to learn more about college opportunities available to your college bound student? These College Fairs attract 100's of college admissions representatives throughout the country. College admission representatives and industry professionals are all gathered in one place to help guide you through the process.
Whether you’re looking into summer programs, high school exchanges, or a gap year, living in another country while attending high school is a memorable way of experiencing the world. If you are looking for an unforgettable high school experience abroad, here are four great resources to get you started.
Annual open house welcomes prospective students, current students and TEENS to explore and enjoy hundreds of exciting free events plus these workshops specially designed for teens.
End summer with science: Immerse yourself in the natural world at the California Academy of Sciences’ 6th annual #TeenScienceNight, a teen takeover night at the museum.
Two hands-on filmmaking workshops that introduce students to the power of film.
A BioBlitz is an event that focuses on finding and identifying as many species as possible in a specific area over a short period of time.
Gain valuable work experience, meet likeminded peers and mentors and learn something new with one of these 12 summer internships.
To celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) catch the large projection of videos from Technion—Israel Institute of Technology’s Rube Goldberg Machine School Challenge.
Book Passage has rounded up the most exciting teen books we know you’ll love. There’s something for everyone on this list, so make room for these brilliant teen books!
College of Marin and the Marin County Office of Education offer these special educational academies exclusively for high school students and recent grads. These classes have limited space--and are FREE (nominal charges may apply to classes that earn credit). The Summer Academies fill up fast.
Love Slide? Love Spring Fling? Consider volunteering - we need your support!
The Bay Area is teeming with readers, writers, creators, and thinkers. We have harnessed the power of this community to create one of the premier literary festivals in the world. The Bay Area Book Festival is a two-day event complete with literary sessions presenting top authors from this region, the nation, and the world, along with an outdoor fair with hundreds of literary exhibitors.
March For Our Lives San Francisco Rally on March 24th at 1pm. Rain or shine at the Civic Center.
Too old for clowns? Unsure what to do for your birthday? Here are 14 Teen birthday party ideas that even your parents might like.
Each year hundreds of high school students like you enroll in a variety of College of Marin classes, including foreign languages, science, dance, art, music, social sciences, and more.
Girls may not consider themselves superheroes or think they have super powers, but at this year’s annual Marin Teen Girl Conference on Sunday, March 25th, they will have the opportunity to experience what it means to have a voice, their own special power!
The Walt Disney Family Museum Teen Animation Festival International (TAFI) celebrates animation created by artists ages 13 through 19.