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K-12 Education
Northridge Academy High School

client
LAUSD
architects
Leidenfrost Horowitz Architects (LHA)
year
2006
scale
115,800 SF buildings + 79,000 SF Garage
construction-budget
$37,000,000

Project Summary

The new high school campus consisted of a four-story classroom/administration building, multipurpose building with a lunch shelter, gymnasium with lockers and showers, fitness center, student store, a subterranean parking garage, and athletic fields with lighting.

The high school campus was interconnected with Northridge University Campus, so through state of the art Audio Video Technology, professors at university can teach classes in the high school campus.