ACSA Region 5 consists of San Francisco and San Mateo counties on the San Francisco Peninsula.
It serves 25 districts, including San Francisco USD, the top performing large urban school district in California, and more than 300 schools educating 158,000 students.
ACSA Mission Statement
The mission of the Association of California School Administrators is to advocate in the best interests of students and to develop, empower and inspire equity-minded educational leaders.
ACSA Vision Statement
The Association of California School Administrators is the driving force for an equitable, world-class education system that can meet the diverse needs of all California students.
ACSA Values Statements
The Association of California School Administrators is committed to the social, emotional and physical well-being of students, educators and administrators in our schools. With it, students can effectively learn and educators and administrators can provide an environment in which students can flourish.
In addition, ACSA is guided by the following beliefs as educational leaders.
- Right to a Quality Education.
- Impact of a Quality Education. A quality education for all leverages the value of diversity in our community, strengthens society, and is essential for democracy to thrive.
- Student Potential. Each student has unique potential to contribute to the betterment of society.
- Equity and Opportunity. All ACSA members must have the ability to confront both internal and external bias, behaviors, and policies that create barriers and limit the success and achievement of all students, families, and the professionals who serve them. As such, we take action to promote and advocate for policies, practices and systems that result in equitable educational outcomes.
- Learning. Learning is a lifelong endeavor, and the act of learning in an engaging environment is transformative.
- College and Career Readiness. What and how we teach will provide the foundation for students to explore a variety of options available for a meaningful, productive career and to sustain the lifestyle they desire.
- Educational Leadership. Leadership is essential to every effective educational institution, and every educational leader has a responsibility to seek, inspire and effect positive change for all students and the community.
- Vision for Education. Through leadership, we can achieve a shared vision for a world class, fully funded education system in California that can support all students in achieving their full potential.