Students at San Diego High School are celebrating new opportunities to learn about business, food and television news. The school recently unveiled its new state-of-the-art facilities for culinary arts management, finance and business, and broadcast-multimedia Production.
About 900 students will benefit from the three new facilities, which were built to industry standards.
The staff says this facility helps prepare students to create a future beyond what we can imagine today.
The facility costs about five and a half million dollars to build. The money came from a voter-approved bond measure.