We were amazed how much the campus has changed from the campus we enjoyed 50 year ago. New buildings, student gathering areas, and renovations of buildings we remember. Some areas remained almost completely intact. For those renovated, they were for the better: upgraded windows, lighting, tech capabilities, cabinetry and such making them more usefully modern. Preservation of artwork and artifacts was carried out by alumni volunteers throughout the work.
Since 1969 the addition of the 800 and 900 wing classrooms seem the most evident. But replacing the old cafeteria with the new Student Union, construction of the new Administration building on Diamond St. at Sea Hawk Way, and refurbishing the old boys’ gym into the Sports Pavilion are also highly noticeable. The real turnaround though is the transformation from the old pool and girls’ gym into the new Sports Complex of athletic courts, weight rooms, locker rooms, showers, fields and Olympic-sized Pool.
Relatively New Auditorium with Old Art
Alumni Walk & Old Admin. Hallway Mosaic
Renovated & Expanded Sports Complex
New Administration Bldg. on Diamond St.
Due to scheduled renovations, we were unable to tour the new Administration building. Here are some stock photos from previous years showing the outside and lobby hallway. The surfboard is the award given to each year’s winner of the “Battle of the Beach” football game between Redondo and Mira Costa.