Inspiring Summers Registration Now Open!

San Bruno Park

The San Bruno Park community is flanked on one side by a generation of thinkers and doers at YouTube Headquarters and on the other side by a gorgeous state-of-the-art high school. Education, non-profit, governmental, and business organizations partner to support and embrace the 2,500 students, their teachers, and the communities 44,000 residents.

Inspiring Summers Registration


San Bruno Park School District


Belle Air Elementary School


June 17 – July 19


Rising K — Rising 2

Program Manager

Sara-Maria Menendez
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Vacation Days

June 19 & July 4-5

Inspiring Summers Registration is now closed

Big Lift expands collaborative efforts of community, parents and staff to align PreK curriculum with higher grade levels, a win-win for all!

Sharon Kamberg, Interim Superintendent, San Bruno Park School District

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Success Story

District Faculty & Staff Support Students Year-round!

This past summer enrollment for San Bruno Park Inspiring Summers program was 120 scholars with almost as many on the wait list. The program utilized community-wide advertising, program director and school principal relationships, and district support as outreach tools. Additionally, school staff supported families in their efforts to enroll their children in the program. Parents and guardians commented positively about teacher quality including their compassion, knowledge, and communication style!

Community Demographics

The Big Lift Partners

Community Partners

Community Impact Report

This 2019 San Bruno Park Inspiring Summers report presents the inspiring outcomes of this holistic learning experience blending academics with enrichment, social-emotional skill development, and community engagement.

Download the report

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The Big Lift- Back to Home


The Big Lift initiative is led by San Mateo County, San Mateo County Office of Education, and Silicon Valley Community Foundation with the aim to have 80% of the county’s third graders reading proficiently by the end of third grade.


San Mateo County, CA