What happened to the old Lynnwood High School?

Lynwood High School was built on Bullis Road from 1940-1998 (currently used as a middle school, Lynwood Middle School.) In 1998, Lynwood High School was relocated on Imperial Highway, formerly the site of Lynwood Adventist Academy. Lynwood High School has three thousand students from grades 9-12.

How many students does Lynwood High School have?

The total enrollment at Lynwood High School is 2317 students, making it a very large high school, in the top 10% of all California high schools by size.

Who built Lynwood High School?

At its April 22 meeting, the Lynwood school board authorized an additional expense of $10,600 for the construction firm Jacobus and Yuang to “offset the cost of the plaster removal and replacement” at the high school.

What school district is Lynwood California?

Unified School District
Lynwood Unified

County Los Angeles
District Type Unified School District
Low Grade K
High Grade Adult
NCES/Federal District ID 0623160

Who is the principal of Lynwood High School?

Ana Gonzalez
Lynwood High

County Los Angeles
Administrator Ana Gonzalez Principal (310) 603-1582 angonzalez@mylusd.org
Status Active
Open Date July 1, 1980
School Type High Schools (Public)

When was Lynwood High School established?

1940Lynwood High School / Founded

How many credits do you need to graduate high school Lynwood?

The adjusted graduation requirements mirror the California Department of Education (CDE) mandated requirements for high school graduation. The CDE requires only 130 credits for a student to graduate, a mandate that does not require a student to complete elective classes.

What is the mascot for Lynnwood High School?

ChimeraLynnwood High School / Mascot

How many schools are in Lynwood?

19 schools
Overview of Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood Unified School District contains 19 schools and 13,245 students.

What is the zip code for Lynwood CA?

Lynwood/Zip codes

When was Lynwood High School built?

What GPA do you need to graduate high school in California?

A 2.0 GPA meets high school graduation requirements but most colleges—and some trade schools—expect a high school GPA of at least 3.0 (B) or better. If you take honors and advanced classes, you can earn additional points toward GPA calculation because these classes have an increased level of difficulty.

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