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Teen-Age Parent Program (TAPP)

Human Services

Teen-Age Parent Program (TAPP)

South San Francisco Unified School District

Provides a program for pregnant or parenting high school teenagers who wish to continue their education.


Provides a program for pregnant and/or parenting high school students which promotes high school graduation and the birth of healthy babies. Offers a class on the Baden High School campus on the topics of pregnancy, parenting, child development, health, nutrition, exercise, and career development. Students also receive information on available health resources and social services within the community. Students enrolled in the TAPP class either attend Baden High School or South San Francisco Adult Education. All pregnant/parenting students in the South San Francisco Unified School District may receive TAPP services regardless of their school site. Services include free childcare, transportation, and individualized support materials. Referrals are made by counselors, teachers, or administrators in the South San Francisco Unified School District.


Public Transit:

SAMTRANS stops within 1 block.
825 Southwood Drive. Baden High School, South San Francisco, CA 94080 37.649868 -122.4361654 Human Services

Service Options

Languages Spoken:

  • Spanish

Accessibility Options:

  • Disabled Parking



Teenage pregnant or parenting students


Pregnant or parenting student in the South San Francisco Unified High School District

How to Apply:

Referral from school district. Call teacher directly: 650-877-8791.

Service Areas:

  • South San Francisco