WISH is excited to launch our summer of entertainment and enrichment programs. From musical performances, cooking and art classes, comedy nights to rich discussions on a variety of topics, we look forward to bringing all communities together in exciting ways. These programs are also fundraising initiatives to support our educators who are being severely impacted by drastic state and local budget cuts. Every dollar raised goes directly to maximize every scholar’s learning potential.
Please support WISH RIGHT NOW.
$450,000 Needed to bridge the gap.
Thank You to our Supporters
A Message From Our Executive Director
Community-driven events of
all shapes and sizes - singing,
cooking, juggling and much more
Suggest an event RIGHT NOW
Virtual events celebrating being
together from concerts & comedy
nights to game tournaments.
Suggest a performer RIGHT NOW
A thoughtful and insightful
speaking series featuring authors,
activists, educators and more.
Suggest a speaker RIGHT NOW
From behind the scenes to leading
an event, there are so many ways
to help our teachers & staff.
Volunteer RIGHT NOW
WISH is committed to a whole scholar approach maximizing every student's learning potential within an atmosphere of caring and belonging. From the very first day students arrive on campus, to each and every day thereafter, we focus on academic achievement, social justice through inclusivity and emotional development. All students have high-quality music, art, physical education, and technology from the outset. Interdisciplinary teams of teachers and specialists work together to make sure the instruction is meaningful and engaging for each and every child. In addition to the near 900 diverse families that are part of the WISH TK-12 family, WISH also is a demonstration site visited by educators around the world, visiting from California, 26 US states and 12 countries. Leaders in education come to WISH to learn of our success with students of all abilities, that have produced some of the top test scores in the country, and amazing human beings.
Find out more at www.wishcharter.org.