Los Angeles Unified School District
Taft Charter High School is undergoing a $145.7 million modernization project

Charter high school campus in Los Angeles is undergoing a $145 million modernization

Dec. 20, 2021
The work at Taft Charter High School includes construction of a track, softball fields and an annex that will house a parent center.

Taft Charter High School in Los Angeles is undergoing a $145.7 million modernization.

The improvements include construction of a competition-sized synthetic track, and softball fields, reports The Lost Angeles Daily News. A new annex will house a parent center.

The school’s multipurpose room, industrial arts facility and administrative building will receive seismic improvements, and air conditioning and plumbing upgrades

Elevators will be installed to comply with the American Disabilities Act. 

Taft opened in 1960 and became a charter school in 2013. It serves about 2,300 students.

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