Contact Information & Directions to JCHS

Jewish Community High School of the Bay
1835 Ellis Street
San Francisco, CA 94115

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Main: 415.345.9777
Fax: 415.345.1888

Attendance line: 415.345.9777 x444
Attendance email:

JCHS Secure Parking Garage

1227 Pierce Street (just around the corner from our entrance on Ellis Street)
San Francisco, CA 94115

During your visit to JCHS, we recommend you park in our free, spacious and secure parking garage. Please set your navigation system to 1227 Pierce Street.


From the South Bay:
  • Take US-101 North towards San Francisco
  • Stay on US-101 North until the freeway ends at Octavia
  • Stay on Octavia and make a left onto Fell 
  • Make a right onto Webster 
  • Make a left onto Turk 
  • Make a right onto Pierce

From the East Bay:
  • Cross the Bay Bridge into San Francisco
  • Stay on US-101 North towards the 9th Street exit
  • Proceed through the signal onto Harrison, make a right onto 9th Street
  • At Market, the left lanes of 9th Street turn into Hayes; follow Hayes
  • Make a right onto Scott Street
  • Make a right onto Ellis Street

From Marin:
  • Cross the Golden Gate Bridge towards San Francisco on US-101
  • Remain on US-101 as it merges onto Lombard Street
  • Make a right onto Divisidero
  • Make a left onto Geary
  • Make a right onto Scott
  • Make a left onto Ellis

From BART:
  • Get off at the Montgomery Street Station
  • Take the 38L bus on Geary and Market (one block down) heading towards Richmond
  • Get off at Divisadero Street
  • Walk south two blocks to Ellis Street - Turn left
  • We are located at 1835 Ellis Street (between Scott and Pierce)
Jewish Community High School of the Bay
1835 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: 415.345.9777
JCHS is grateful for generous operational, programmatic, and financial support from:
The Jewish Community High School of the Bay (JCHS) is a unique college preparatory high school committed to integrating deep learning, universal wisdom, and Jewish values. We empower each student to embrace their Jewish identity, generate empathy and compassion, delight in lifelong education, and improve the world.