L.A. charter wins high performance grant

March 12, 2008
Animo Venice Charter High School is the first to receive one of the State Allocation Board's incentive grants

Animo Venice Charter High School in Los Angeles has received a $107,000 grant, the first awarded by California's State Allocation Board under the High Performance Incentive program. As part of a statewide bond proposal in 2006, voters authorized $100 million in funding for green school building projects. Animo Venice's design includes innovative daylighting, drought-tolerant landscaping, a rooftop photovoltaic grid, an efficient mechanical system and a compact footprint. The architect is Osborn Architects.

To read the Green Dot Public Schools news release, click here.

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