Richard D. Browning High School will open to the public for a campus tour today, Dec. 5, at 5:30 p.m. at 2180 Obispo Ave.
Browning is the third high school to receive funds from Measure K, a $1.2 billion school improvement and building initiative approved by voters in 2008.
The high school also is LBUSD’s first high school to provide an academic path to hospitality, culinary arts and recreation careers.
“The curriculum and job training offered at Browning High takes full advantage of its location near a major commercial port and tourist area,” Felicia Anderson, Browning High School principal, said in a release. “By providing internships, on-the-job training and classroom support in partnership with business and industry leaders, we are preparing future top chefs, restaurant and hotel managers, and leaders in every corner of the hospitality and tourism industry.”
To participate in the tour, check in at the front office of Browning High School (2180 Obispo Ave.) by 5:30 p.m.