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Torrance Unified School District
School DescriptionTorrance Unified School District offers students an authentic American high school experience as the oldest high school in the state of California. The district was listed as a 2017 California Honor Roll School District.
Each school features 100 or more classrooms, gyms, computer labs, and athletic facilities. Some of the district’s schools have had extensive upgrades and renovations while their oldest high school has taught students for more than 100 years. Additionally, one of their schools is listed on the US National Register of Historic Places.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Torrance Unified sports teams have earned numerous titles in baseball, football, golf, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Several professional athletes have graduated from the school, particularly MLB players.
In addition to various arts courses such as drumline and photography, students can participate in over 50 clubs and extracurricular activities such as fashion and ukulele.
AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Torrance Unified School District was named a California Distinguished School by the US Department of Education and he district was named a 2017 California Honor Roll School District.
Torrance, California is located one hour south of Los Angeles. It boasts warm temperatures and low humidity year-round. The city is listed as one of the top 30 best cities, to live in America by Niche.com. Students can explore many museums, beaches, bike paths, and skate parks. Torrance is a coastal community with 1.5 miles of Pacific beaches.
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