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List of high schools in deadly California bus trip

By: Associated Press
April 11, 2014 Updated: April 11, 2014 at 3:16 pm
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a grassy median on a Northern California freeway and slammed into a bus carrying 44 high school students from Southern California in an explosive crash that left 10 people dead, authorities said.

The students on a trip to visit Humboldt State University came from 43 high schools, most of them in and around Los Angeles, according to the university, which provided this list.

— La Sierra High

— Adolfo Camarillo High

— Alliance Judy Ivie Burton Tech

— Ulysses S. Grant Senior High

— Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High

— Oxnard High

— Century High

— Eastside High

— John C. Fremont Senior High

— El Monte High

— West Ranch High

— School for the Visual Arts and Humanities

— Environmental Charter

— Manual Arts Senior High

— Burroughs High

— Mayfair High

— Phineas Banning Senior High

— Carson Senior High

— Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academy

— California Academy of Mathematics

— Pacifica High

— Pioneer High

— Century High

— Animo Inglewood Charter High

— Phineas Banning Senior High

— Norte Vista High

— Alliance Media Arts and Entertainment Design High School

— Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High

— Renaissance Arts Academy

— Polytechnic High

— Valhalla High

— Gompers Preparatory Academy

— Animo Inglewood Charter High

— Woodrow Wilson Senior High

— Middle College High

— Woodrow Wilson Senior High

— Palm Desert High

— Animo Jackie Robinson Charter

— Downey High

— Loara High

— Marshall Fundamental

— Norte Vista High

— Pomona Senior High

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