On South Central Avenue, Verbum Dei High School has an incredible 60-year history serving the Watts community of South LA.
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Today we’re looking at a brief history of Washington Preparatory High School, and we’ll also take a look at how it jumpstarted Southwest Los Angeles.
n 1925, South LA was home to the very first Wrigley Stadium in the country. It was a steel-built, minor league baseball field that was once home to the Los Angeles Angels.
In 1968, Crenshaw High School opened as a 25-acre flagship campus in South LA that would level the playing field between schools in black neighborhoods and schools in white neighborhoods.