Rowland Unified School District

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Grand Opening Celebration and Community Tours of New Rowland High School Classroom Building October 19

ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA – OCTOBER 10, 2017 – The Rowland Unified School District Board of Education is inviting the public to come tour and celebrate the completion of the new Rowland High School classroom building on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 4 p.m. The event will feature student entertainment, a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of the new two-story, 22 classroom building that houses English, World Languages and English Language Development classes for the 2,000+ student campus.

“We are excited to invite our community to see the completion of the first new building in the Rowland High School Revitalization Project that is due to their support of Measure R,” said Lynne Ebenkamp, President of the Rowland Unified School District Board of Education.

The beautiful two-story, 35,000 square foot classroom building features 22 classrooms that are 960 square feet, each equipped with interactive smart boards, speakers, student-designed modern furniture and storage with built-in internal power and data for electronic notebook docking and LED sensor controlled lighting. There are two teacher workrooms with private restrooms. The second story classrooms and teacher workrooms feature wall to ceiling windows with abundant natural lighting and panoramic views. There are upstairs and downstairs student restrooms and two additional storage areas.

The next phase of the Rowland High School Revitalization project includes: a new Library with Career Center and Computer Lab; a Multipurpose Room/ “Hideout”; a 650-seat Performing Arts Center with instructional spaces for theater arts and music (Band and Choral); new offices with a landscaped campus quad, ASB building and areas to house the District’s Nutrition program.

Rowland High School is a 2017 California Gold Ribbon School and International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. The school has a culture of excellence with a rich and challenging instructional program and a supportive environment in which all students can find success. For more information contact Principal Mitchell Brunyer at (626) 965-3448 or visit

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