We partner with public middle and high schools schools to teach six surfing PE classes. Students go to the pool for swim lessons, on the bay at Crissy Field to paddle, and to the beach for surfing lessons.
Surf Leadership Training
The “SILT” program is a seven week summer vocational program for students who have passed the surfing 101 class.
We offer six 1 week camps for underrepresented youth. Youth learn how to swim, first aid, leadership skills, and develop a connection to the ocean.
Twice a month we collaborate with organizations to expose their youth to our surf program.
We run a semester long surf course at Title I high schools.
Each school has approximately 10-15 students, and students have the opportunity to attend over 90 hours of surf outings throughout the year.
The majority of participants in these schools have little to no prior exposure to the ocean; for many, these outings represent opportunities to try and accomplish things they never thought possible, like surfing a cold beach in San Francisco.Volunteer
We create summer learning opportunities
Each summer, youth from San Francisco spend one week at the beach learning how to surf. We run six, one-week camps where youth learn how to swim, administer first aid, leadership skills, and develop a deep connection to the ocean.APPLY TODAY!
We offer monthly programming days with community partners
City Surf project partners with Community-Based Organizations and school-sanctioned clubs to provide youth with the opportunity to participate in one of our surf days!
These programs run during the weekend and are offered once a month. We are looking to extend the opportunity for Bay Area youth to participate in or programs by working with partners that align with our organization's mission and focus on connecting youth to the outdoor spaces.APPLY TODAY!