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Health Emphasis School to Open

May 03, 1990

A $34-million, five-story magnet school for high school students interested in becoming health professionals is scheduled to open in September near the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center in northeast Los Angeles.

Leticia Quezada, board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District, said that the Lincoln Medical Magnet High School--the first new high school built in the district in 17 years, and the first ever to be built with private funds--will accommodate 2,000 students.

Financed by bonds, it will replace the existing 300-student medical magnet school with a facility boasting 60 classrooms and labs, a gymnasium, library, lecture hall and cafeteria.

For information, phone the school at (213) 222-0959.

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