Through a partnership between Cal Poly Pomona and Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), the International Polytechnic High School (I-Poly) creates a model for education reform by designing and implementing an entire high school course of study using an interdisciplinary, hands-on approach. To better prepare students for success in higher education and the world of work, the new two-level building offers the latest educational technology and other learning tools previously unavailable to iPoly students. The 21-classroom facility includes interactive white boards in each classroom, video production facilities for career-technical education and a computer lab. It features a multipurpose room, administrative areas, outdoor sitting area, central courtyard and numerous green innovations such as solar panels. It is located on 44,579 SF on 1.5 acres of land on the Cal Poly Pomona campus. The California Distinguished School serves 500 diverse students, most of whom reside in surrounding communities in the Pomona, San Gabriel and Inland Valleys. The project is registered LEED Silver Certification for Schools.
- Los Angeles County Office of Education – International Polytechnic High School