Story gallery: The Age of the Vikings series: A look at La Jolla High School on its 100th anniversary
La Jolla High School, part of the San Diego Unified School District, opened in September 1922 and has remained an educational fixture in the community.
This is the second part of a La Jolla Light series marking the school’s 100th anniversary. Many alumni marvel at all the changes on campus over the decades.
La Jolla High School has had tens of thousands of students graduate in its 100-year history. They’ve gone on to many different things, though some La Jollans have kept Vikings pride in the family for generations.
As La Jolla High School marks its first century, alumni from several decades look back at their time there.
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