LAUSD San Pedro High School Olguin Campus

The new, sustainable San Pedro High School offers a collaborative learning environment based upon the small high school concept. The…

A Sustainable Coastal Campus for 21st Century Learning

LAUSD San Pedro High School Olguin Campus

San Pedro, CA

The new, sustainable San Pedro High School offers a collaborative learning environment based upon the small high school concept. The design creates an inviting campus environment that respects its rich historical site and embraces open views of the Pacific Ocean to the south and southwest. Main teaching space is organized into two small-school groupings – freestanding, two-story clusters of classroom buildings surrounding sunken courtyards.

Five additional buildings house food services, library, performing arts, gymnasium, administrative, office and service/maintenance functions. The high school generates electricity from renewable energy on site through photovoltaic and wind turbine technology. Cool roofs, natural light and operable windows also help reduce energy consumption.

Project Name

San Pedro High School Olguin Campus

Size

115,000 GSF

Client

Los Angeles Unified School District

Completion Date

2012

Services

Architecture
Interior Design

Location

San Pedro, CA

“It’s amazing. It’s fabulous. It’s a prize for San Pedro. It’s going to elevate our enthusiasm for San Pedro High School. We are going to be rejuvenated by this.”

Jeanette Stevens, Principal of San Pedro High School