John M. and Muriel Olguin Campus of San Pedro High School

San Pedro High School is anxiously awaiting the opening of our additional campus, the John M. and Muriel Olguin Campus of San Pedro High School.  In August 2012, the Campus will open with 500 students, a combination of Marine Science Magnet students, Police Academy Magnet students, and 40 resident San Pedro High School students that are chosen by lottery.  The state of the art campus will offer students phenomenal opportunities to pursue their interests in the marine sciences and law enforcement.  To apply, prospective students must fill out a Choices application, available on-line at, or by picking up a paper application in the Magnet Office at San Pedro High School.  In addition, 40 spots will be available for San Pedro residents who do not wish to be part of the Magnet; but, still would like to focus on the marine sciences or law enforcement at the Olguin Campus.  We would like to invite the community to join us for an Open House, tentatively scheduled for August 9, 2011 at 6pm.  If you have any questions or need any additional information, please do not hesitate to call or email me.  Sandy Alvarenga, Magnet Coordinator (310) 241-5813,

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Comment by John M. Mavar on November 29, 2011 at 5:47pm

Love this ... What a great name.... :)

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