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Future Leaders for Social Change Academy

About Us

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Who we are

The Future Academy is a college-preparatory, small-learning community located at Arroyo High School in San Lorenzo, California. In this school-within-a-school, students prosper from smaller classes and an integrated, social-service curriculum.

Mission Statement

The Future Academy is a diverse community that nurtures and develops social awareness and the skills to enact change.  Future students explore their passions and interests while engaging in community learning and service.  The Future Academy offers A-G, college-preparatory curriculum and guides students to developing their professional and personal goals.

Future Academy Students Are:

  • Socially Aware
  • Empowered to Better Their Communities
  • Independent, Critical Thinkers
  • Self Aware
  • College Ready

"I didn't even know most of the people when I first joined the Academy, but they welcomed me in and have made my classes a fun place to be. "

"They helped me start thinking about my future, like what college I want to go to. "

"You have the same teachers every year and they've become my role models and people I can come and talk to about anything."