The completion of a multi-million dollar campus renovation project at St. Bernard High School was commemorated with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Playa del Rey private school Aug. 20.
A new Hannon College Center, three science laboratories and computer laboratory, student union, a newly designed main office and a newly constructed library are among the features that students and faculty will see this year.
“The current reconstruction is just the beginning,” said St. Bernard High Principal Dr. Cynthia Hoepner. “We want parents to know that there is a vision for St. Bernard High School.”
Marketing director Amy Barranco said the campus improvements were designed to help students achieve academic success in the classroom as well as prepare for college.
Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin was invited to perform the ribbon cutting duties.

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