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Interesting in being apart of Business Academy?

See Ms. V. Lee in 145 or email at

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Courses Offered

10th grade - Principles of Finance/Introduction to Marketing 

11th grade - Accounting/International Business 

12th grade - Entrepreneurship & Ethics 


The Business Academy will provide training for career opportunities in business and finance. Students have the opportunity to participate in paid summer internships as well as attend classes at City College.


Between junior and senior year in the academy, students have an opportunity to take part in a paid summer internship.  This past summer, 13 students got real world experience at internship sites throughout the city.  Some of the internship providers are listed below:

  • Bank of America
  • KPMG
  • SF Public Utilities Commission
  • PACT
  • San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project 
  • Genesys Works
  • SFUSD Bond Office
  • Langley Investments
  • Treasury and Tax Collector's Office
  • Assessor & Recorder's Office

Teacher Directory


Teacher  Email  Room 


Vicky Lee 145
Kaija Tircuit-Peitso NB7
Ramiro Robert Raygosa NB11
Daniel Ruelas 139
Richard Sylvester NB9
Stephen Miller 318
Kevin Grayson 171
Bobby L. Crotwell NB5