Two properties are close to finalizing sales. Others pose some problems. LAUSD expects peak enrollment by 2006.
Five of the proposed high school sites are in the San Fernando Valley. Five are in central Los Angeles. They are on a smaller scale than the current high schools--less than 3000 students each. If all of the schools are built, they will meet the distrct's estimated minimum needs until 2006.
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