The Los Angeles Unified School District has shifted gears and no longer seeks to build a separate high school at Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, according to a report by education activist Diana Chapman.
The campus will be an expansion of San Pedro High School’s marine magnet program and will be constructed for 810 students, down from the initial proposal of a 1,200-seat school.
The school district has also raised the prospect of partnering with the City of L.A. to re-open Gaffey Street Pool, Chapman reports.
The 1940s-era pool, located at Ft. MacArthur, was closed and drained approximately 15 years ago.
See Chapman’s blog for the complete report.