San Pedro High School is a public high school in the Los Angeles Unified School District and is located in the San Pedro portion of the city of Los Angeles, California. In 2003, the school celebrated its 100th Anniversary.
San Pedro High School is home to two protected landmarks, the Administration Building and Language Arts Building. Both were constructed in 1936 under mandate from the Works Progress Administration. San Pedro High School also has a Mathematics and Sciences Building, a Vocational Arts Building, a cafeteria, numerous bungalow-style classrooms, and three gymnasiums.
This school and the surrounding area is where much of the filming for Some Kind of Wonderful was done.
... Pedro Arrupe, S.J ... (November 14, 1907 – February 5, 1991) (full name, Pedro de Arrupe y Gondra) was the twenty eighth Superior General (1965–83) of the Society of Jesus ...
... Pedro (pronounced "peedro") is an American trick-taking card game of the All Fours family based on Auction Pitch ... popular variant is known as Cinch, Double Pedro or High Five ... Pedro uses a regular pack of 52 cards, but some variants add a Joker ...
... The Marine Science Magnet at San Pedro High School is a four-year program which allows students to focus on ocean-related sciences ...
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