iPoly, California International Polytechnic HS opens $20M campus on Cal State Pomona campus
A 21-classroom, $20 million facility on the Cal State Pomona Campus is the new home of tuition-free iPoly, California’s International Polythechnic High School.
Designed to support the 500 student school’s project-based, real world learning application approach to learning, the green-friendly facility is equipped with interactive whiteboards in all classrooms, and also features a state of the art computer lab and video production center.
iPoly’s new two-story facility, designed to support the school’s
“iPoly has truly found an innovative way of promoting achievement among all students,” said Arturo Delgado, superintendent at LACOE, in the prepared statement.
Funding for the new facility came from a $31.2 million financial hardship grant through the California School Facilities Program.