La Jolla High to hold tours for prospective freshman Feb. 19

La Jolla High School will present campus tours for eighth-grade students residing in the La Jolla area who currently attend a non-public school. The “check us out” event begins at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 at the flagpole on the quad, in the middle of campus, 750 Nautilus St. “Look for the balloons!” said organizers.

Hosted by La Jolla High PTA, school counselor Beth Behnke and class representatives will direct the tours for students and parents, and answer questions about being a student at La Jolla High. Refreshments will be served. Questions? Call (858) 454-3081.

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