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1.Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in San Francisco
350 Rhode Island St
The California Culinary Academy, associated with Le Cordon Bleu, was founded in 1977 by Danielle Carlisle in San Francisco, California. Carlisle started the culinary training with four kitchens and six chef instructors in an old brick building in downtown San Francisco. Her first class of 20 students for culinary training enrolled in the summer of 1977. Fueled by an increasing demand for cooks and chefs the Academy's opening signaled the first program of its kind on the West Coast. In 1981 Foremost McKesson Corporation acquired the Academy and in 1985 the Academy moved into its current location at 625 Polk Street, which includes two full-service restaurants, a retail shop and banquet facilities. In the early 1990s, the Academy created a television series and video collection entitled "Cooking At The Academy" that has appeared on public television in the United States and around the world.
2.California Culinary Academy
350 Rhode Island St
3.Colorado Technical University - Online/StonecliffeServing the San Francisco, CA area
It's time for a new kind of online educational experience: one that is personalized, guided by industry trends, driven by technology, and designed to help you reach your potential. Here at CTU, our online programs allow you to connect and network with students, faculty, advisors and alumni who share your passion for personal growth, educational advancement, and desire for career-focused skills.
4.American InterContinental University - OnlineServing the San Francisco, CA area
Get Serious about Your Education. See How AIU Makes a Difference. You're serious about success – you want to focus on your goals – you need a degree to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. AIU is able to give you the skills and knowledge you need to move your career forward. AIU's specialized degree programs provide an in-depth study of industry-specific areas to help you compete in today's business environment. We offer more courses in your field of interest, on average, than at other similar schools.
551 Sutter St
So I finished my certification for TESOL here a couple of months ago. I must say the whole process was a great time and now im happy to say that ive landed a contract in Argentina. I am so excited and feel very ready for whats to come thanks to the preparation ive got from this school. Anyone who wants to be ready for a teaching job overseas should come get certified here.
American InterContinental Univ
Serving the San Francisco area. Take your career to new heights.Our focus is your future!
6.FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
55 Stockton St
7.Academy of Art University
79 New Montgomery St
I have waited four years to write this review, and to be honest, Will probably write another when I graduate. I am enrolled in the BFA program for Photography. I will tell people that are trying to decide whether or not to go here, and they're concerned about reviews, pricing, etc.. You have to take it with a grain of salt. Everyone experiences their time at the Academy differently. There are things that probably effect everyone the same, and those are the "Cons" if you for the school. Here's my experience. I chose this school because It has been my dream and passion to succeed in photography as a wedding photographer. I served in the US Navy for four years and received a good bit of money to use for school, and wanted to use it for a degree that mattered, I didn't want to just get a BA in whatever, I wanted it in Photography. I searched for schools in San DIego where I was living at the time, and didn't like what I found. I wanted to go to Brookes Institute, to be honest. But I didn't live in Santa Barbara or whereever it is, and could not live there. I found Academy of Art University and started my research.. With great skepticism I almost did not attend. I saw SO many bad reviews and just was affraid to take a risk and invest into my education at a school I didn't even step foot into. Well I decided that life was full of chances we had to take, that If I wanted this degree I had to do it this way or no way, at least not then. AT the time of enrollment I was a new mother, a military wife and a now full time student. It was hard. I felt like giving up ALOt, and it was alot of discipline, but I've stayed the course and I really have learned so much there. There has been some things I absolutly hated, I'll be honest, I do not like inconsistency when it comes to direction, especially online since its hard to figure it out anyway without being in person to ask questions, but this happens, and i've learned that I have to roll with it and just quickly ask questions asap. This school is not a shortcut to a degree, just because its online. It is going to be what YOU make of it.. Can you get by sometimes without putting all your effort into it, maybe, but do you want to just GET BY at the cost it is per class? (2200ish)... NO! You want to come away a freaking fabulous photographer, artist, whatever your major is. My first instructor, Mr. Spindler, had a lot of bad comments from people on his personality, I was affraid that he was going to drop me sometimes, but he was hard on us and it really helped change me as a photographer. He did not accept crap work, he made us reshoot it. It did make us mad, but we did it and it helped us grow. If it wasn't for him, I would not have stayed at the Academy and I would not be where I am today. You have to accept the challenge, YOU have to put forth the effort, you have to take the quizzes and read the modules, they can't force you. Yes there is problems, like ANY school I'm sure, and sometimes I have wanted to quit... But all in all, I'm thankful and blessed that I, in the end, will have my BFA in Photography, no matter what!
8.American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
455 Arkansas St
This teaching clinic has programs in acupuncture, herbs and massage. They have a clinic open to the public 6 days a week with evening hours. Treatments last about 1 hour, and you pay what you can (based on your income, or lack thereof). In addition to acupuncture and herbs, they also offer a massage clinic for $5! Can't beat it! \r The interns are friendly, and the Licensed Acupuncturists there really seem to know their stuff. My neck and low back pain has dramatically improved in just a few short treatments. The acupuncture is comfortable and actually really makes me relaxed. No pain at all. And some interns will also give you some massage in the process. Nice!They might prescribe your herbs to take, too. I asked for mine in pill form so they are easy to take. \r Oh, and they even offer last minute appointments for cheap (I thinik it was 10 or 20 dollars), and also offer discounts to students and Senior citizens for like 20 bucks. \r Overall, it was a good experience with acupuncture. Everyone there seemed really nice, and it was good to see a practitioner who realy spent a lot of time with me and listened to what i had to say (unlike my HMO!) \r I say, go check them out and you'll be sure to feel better for what ails ya. And free parking in their lot is just icing on the cake!
9.Golden Gate University-San Francisco
536 Mission St
I received my Master of Sciences degree from Golden Gate's Sacramento satellite. Since I was working full time, I could only go to night school. Golden Gate offers a wide variety of night classes during the five "semesters" a year--each class is taught only one night a week and has massive amounts of reading and homework, but since I could take five classes a year, it took me only a little over two years to get my degree,
10.San Francisco Law School
20 Haight St
\r San Francisco Law School turns 100 years old next year (2009). It is a non-profit that celebrates its mission to be a law school of opportunity. Famous alum include former CA Governor Pat Brown, former CA Lt Governor Leo T. McCarthy, Undersecretary of the United States Department of Energy Joseph F. Salgado and Huey Newton. \r \r San Francisco Law School hosts Open Houses every month and \r Transfer and Admissions Counseling every Tues and Thurs from 10-11am (or by appointment).\r \r Check them out. www.sfls.edu \r
Colorado Technical University
Serving the San Francisco area. Take your career to new heights.Our focus is your future!
11.Globe Recording Institute
739 Bryant St
This school is a joke. David Gibson, the owner, had a school called California Recording Institute that got audited and shut down. He has no problem taking your money, and then filing for bankruptcy, leaving you without money or an education. His ""virtual mixer"" is an idea he came up with over 15 years ago that has never manifested into a real usable program, but he uses it to promote his school, making you think that it's real. I would avoid this fake school at all costs and just go to Expressions in Emeryville. With the money you would waste here, you could buy enough recording equipment of your own and watch Youtube tutorials and actually learn something and have something to show for it. This ""school"" is a scam and a joke, don't throw away your money.
12.San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak St
San Francisco Conservatory of Music enrolls more than 400 students. It offers a range of bachelor s and master s degree programs in the field of music. The conservatory has preparatory and adult extension divisions. It provides scholarships, grants, loans and other financial aids. San Francisco Conservatory of Music maintains a library that stocks subject guides, databases and indexes. The conservatory offers instruction guitar, orchestra training and strings. It additionally provides employment support and housing services. San Francisco Conservatory of Music conducts over 400 perform aces annually. The conservatory also conducts classes in composition, chamber music, voice and piano, as well as organizes fairs.
1222 20th Ave
Our training includes Oracle Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, PMP Exam Prep, Earned Value Management, Planning for IT Projects and Planning for Building and Construction.
14.The Art Institute of California - San Francisco
10 United Nations Plz
We prepare students for careers in Design, Fashion, Media Arts, and Culinary. Learn about our new programs: Instructional Technology & Design, Marketing & Entertainment Management, Software Development for Creative Technologies and Professional Writing for Creative Arts. View our social policy: bit.ly/AiRegulatory
814 Mission St Ste 500
Serving the San Francisco area. Call Everest College today!Train for a better career.
16.International High School Of FAIS-IHS
150 Oak St
International High School is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory educational facility that serves more than 300 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. It is one of the leading, international schools in the western United States. The school offers classes in math, science and economics. It administers the Exchange and Cultural Trip program. International High School operates a library that provides a variety of reading and research materials. The school offers guidance counseling services. It conducts several athletic activities that include soccer, volleyball and tennis. International High School maintains a parent association that encourages parental involvement in children s education. The school additionally organizes extracurricular activities, including music and film production. It is a high school program of the French American International School.
17.National Center For Intl Schls
150 Oak St
French American International School offers academic instruction to students in pre-kindergarten through grade eight. The school provides programs in reading, writing, math, history and science in French and English. It organizes summer camps and educational filed trips. French American International School also offers instruction in art and physical education. The school s library provides access to a variety of books and magazines. In addition, it organizes several after-school programs. The school offers opportunities to participate in sports events, such as soccer, cross-country, volleyball and basketball. It provides guidance counseling and food services. The school additionally manages a parent s association. French American International School offers learning support services.
18.Hastings College of the Law
200 Mcallister St
Founded in 1878, Hastings College of the Law offers a wide variety of doctorate and master degree programs to more than 1,200 students. It provides various programs, such as civil litigation, international law, public interest law and taxation. The college s library includes a large database, journals, and books and, and also provides study rooms for students. Its legal study programs include business and commercial, criminal, environmental, family and intellectual property law, and legal philosophy and systems. The college offers various undergraduate programs that include accounting, communications, economics, engineering, journalism, social sciences and sociology. It provides career and health services, and also offers scholarships and financial aid to students. Hastings College of the Law is located in San Francisco.
19.Thai Cooking With Sunshine
439 Guerrero St
Thai Cooking Classes with Sunshine! Come to join me,Learn how to cook authentic Thai meal in my lovely home, converted 103 years old church!
20.University-The Pacific Arthur
155 5th St
21.Accent International Study Abroad
870 Market St Ste 1026
612 Alabama St
Please join us on a two-hour, light stroll next to San Francisco's beloved, Golden Gate Bridge! Whether you're a San Francisco veteran or a visitor exploring SF for the first time, you will find that the bridge is always most powerful during twilight- or dare we say, "The Golden Hour." It will be a small class of 5-15 people. We'll teach you how to stop relying on automatic, and get those shots worth framing! You'll be able to apply concepts you learned in class like long exposures, depth of field, aperture, shutter speed, rule of thirds and metering. You'll never want to use the "automatic mode" again. Any specific questions about equipment will be answered. Please bring your camera, lens/lenses, and a tripod, if you have one (not mandatory). Once you register, you will receive more details about where to meet.
23.California College of the Arts
1111 8th St
Founded in 1907, California College of the Arts is a regionally accredited, independent school of art and design in the western United States. The college offers a wide range of arts and architecture courses, and offers bachelor of fine arts, arts and architecture, and master of fine arts, arts and architecture degrees. In addition, its curriculum includes design and writing, and it offers critical studies programs, which include courses in cultural history, social science, philosophy, mathematics, science and interdisciplinary methods of knowledge. It operates from two campuses in California, including the San Francisco campus that provides graduate programs and undergraduate programs in architecture and design. Its Oakland campus has studios, residence halls, and the Center for Art and Public Life. California College of the Arts is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design and the National Architectural Accrediting Board.
24.Lisa's Child Care
2540 Folsom St
Located at 2540 Folsom, San Francisco, CA 94110.
25.City College Of San Francisco
1125 Valencia St
City College of San Francisco, established in 1935, is a two-year community college in San Francisco. The college has an annual enrollment of more than 100,000 students. It confers the degrees of associate in arts and in sciences. Its semiprofessional programs provide specialized college-level training in degree and certificate curriculum. The college s programs are designed to qualify students for entry employment in various fields, such as culinary arts and hospitality studies, ornamental horticulture, graphic communications, film production, broadcasting and child development. It provides academic counseling to assist students with education and career planning and course selection. Its study center provides one-to-one tutoring in math, English, chemistry, physics, accounting, economics, psychology and foreign languages. The college offers a variety of recreational and competitive sports, such as baseball, basketball, soccer, swimming and tennis. City College of San Francisco is approved by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
2443 Fillmore St
Bootcamp415 offers private outdoor fitness bootcamps to groups of all abilities located in San Francisco, CA. We also offer outdoor, in your home, or private studio personal fitness training in San Francisco, CA. We have multiple years of experience, and are ready to help you reach your health and fitness goals!
27.University Of California San Francisco Foundation
220 Montgomery St Ste 498
The University of California, San Francisco, also known as UCSF, offers courses in the areas of health care for more than 4,000 students. Founded in 1873, it provides programs in the fields of medicine, nursing and pharmacy. The university is spread across an area of over 180 acres. The University of California, San Francisco s UCSF School of Dentistry provides programs that focus on topics related to orthodontics, prosthodontics, and oral and maxillofacial pathology. It manages a staff of nearly 22,000 employees. The university also undertakes biomedical research work. The University of California, San Francisco operates a library that provides collection of books.
28.City College Of San Francisco
1860 Hayes St
Established in 1911, John Adams Campus is a branch of City College of San Francisco. Its building consists of classrooms and labs, an auditorium, a child care center, and offices for counseling and administrative services. It offers a variety of credit and noncredit courses and programs that include business, biological sciences, child development and family studies, consumer education, disabled students programs and services, fashion, health care technology and health science. Additionally, its curriculum includes physical education and dance, transitional studies and vocational nursing. Its library comprises more than 15,000 books, over 800 educational videotapes, audiocassettes, CD-ROMs and periodicals. John Adams Campus also has a student council that works on projects to enhance the student's experiences on campus. It is located in San Francisco.
2700 Sutter St
We are a small Bilingual Spanish English Preschool with a creative art focus. We are a full day program serving chilren 2 to 5 years of age.
30.Pediatric Development Specialists
3400 California St Ste 100
PDS is a privately owned child assessment and educational consultation center serving families and schools across the San Francisco Bay Area. Specialties include: assessment, behavior, autism, early intervention, preschool, elementary, therapy recommendations, special education and school placement.
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