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CCA students visit Justice Greenwood, presiding Justice of the California Sixth District Court of Appeals.

CCA students visit Justice Greenwood, presiding Justice of the California Sixth District Court of Appeals.

Four CCA Leadership students playing

CCA Leadership students host "College Day" themed games to inspire a love for education.

CCA students shoveling dirt at Emma Prusch Farm.

CCA students visit and volunteer at Veggielution, Emma Prusch Farm.

CCA's Back to School dance welcomed the students to a new school year.

CCA's Back to School dance welcomed the students to a new school year.

Students play guitar in the Spring Concert.

CCA students playing guitar in the 2018 Spring Concert.

CCA neighborhood clean-up day!

CCA students volunteer for neighborhood clean-up!

The CCA family tours USCS's campus.

The CCA family tours USCS's campus.

Several of CCA's outstanding students.

Several of CCA's outstanding students representing the color guard at an FMSD board meeting.

The 2017-18 CCA basketball team with Coach Davis.

P.E. and CCA Athletics keep students active.

Students discussing literature.

Students discuss literary themes in Socratic Seminars.

CCA students get together for the 8th grade dance.

8th Grade Spring Dance

CCA works with Yerba Buena to provide students with high quality lab equipment.

CCA students observe the scientific method.

CCA students must complete 15 hours of volunteer work each year.

Students volunteer as part of their promotion requirements.

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Help the Homeless

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Please help CCA collect the following items for donation to homeless shelters across the Bay Area.

Wingstop Fundraiser

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Join us Wednesday, 11/7, at Wingstop to support CCA's leadership students and activities.
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Our Mission

The Franklin-McKinley School District will ensure all 8th grade student graduates have the skills and knowledge to be ready for a college preparatory curriculum in high school. They all will have the ability to pursue a program preparing them for university and/or careers and lifelong learning.