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Lawndale High School

Lawndale High School
Address
14901 S. Inglewood Avenue
Lawndale, California, 90260
United States
Coordinates
Information
Motto There Are No Limits to Our Accomplishments
Established 1959
Color(s) Cardinal and White
Mascot Cardinals
Website

Lawndale High School is one of three high schools in Lawndale, California. Lawndale High School was closed in 1981, and reopened in 1998. [1] It is one of three schools in the Centinela Valley Union High School District. In 2009, Lawndale High was awarded the California Distinguished Award under the Bravo Administration (Principal Vicente Bravo). During this time period, Lawndale was also awarded the US News Silver Medal for similar high schools throughout the nation, as well as Title 1 Achievement school.

Notable alumni

External links

  • websiteLawndale High School
  • Lawndale High Alumni website
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