Black Parents Association

  • Black Parents Association


    The Black Parents Association of the San Mateo Union High School District is a volunteer parent’s association made up of a diverse group of parents/guardians, teachers, and friends of all ethnicities. We are dedicated to cooperatively promoting quality education for students of African and African American descent, while offering the best level of support and information to both students and parents. Thanks to collective participation and support, we help to enrich our students’ journey through high school while preparing them for college.


    The Black Parents Association will be meeting every other month this year, starting in October, in the San Mateo High School Library (506 North Delaware Street in San Mateo). Our meetings dates are as follows:

    Tuesday, October 3, 2017
    Tuesday, December 5, 2017
    Tuesday, February 6, 2018
    Tuesday, April 17, 2018


    We provide informative guest speakers; community and academic resource information; educational field trips; college scholarship information; and networking opportunities to help parents/students stay connected throughout the student’s high school years. The Black Parents Association's goal is to enhance the academic experience for our students who are preparing for college by:

    • Being a positive conduit in helping parents, students, and community stay connected
    • Providing timely and relevant information about colleges and trade programs
    • Offering academic achievement awards and recognition of scholastic excellence 

    We eagerly and wholeheartedly welcome those who are willing to join us in our crusade. We look forward to your ideas and suggestions helping the Black Parents Association continue to flourish and serve as an effective resource for our students. Together, let’s make this school year one of the most productive terms in our student’s academic career. “Team Work makes the Dream Work”

    For more information, calendar of events/meetings, pictures and more please contact us:

    Voicemail: (650) 292-1780
    Website: Black Parents Association Website
    Facebook: Black Parents Association Facebook