A student who was fatally stabbed at Cleveland High School attended an adult school in Woodland Hills, law enforcement authorities said Wednesday night.
The victim was a student at West Valley Occupational Center, Los Angeles Police Department Cmdr. Sharon Papa told The Times. He was believed to be 18 years old.
The student was attacked on one of the school’s handball courts about 4 p.m. after an argument with two men who were described as being between 18 and 20, authorities said.
School police and LAPD officers saturated the area and began searching for the two men. Police said they did not believe that the two men were students at the school.