Breaking New Ground: The Archer School for Girls Celebrates “Moving Archer Forward” with its Campus Master Plan

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Featuring Exhibits and Interviews at the Historic Brentwood Campus.

The Archer School for Girls Head of School Elizabeth English, Archer Co-Founder Diana Meehan, Archer Board Chair Frank Marshall and Craig Jameson, Design Director at Parallax Architecture and Planning.

In August 2015, after a four year, comprehensive public engagement and review process, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved The Archer School for Girls’ Campus Preservation and Improvement Plan – the foundation for the future of Archer. Archer now celebrates the groundbreaking of its long-awaited Academic Center with special exhibits, tours and groundbreaking ceremony.

The Archer School for Girls: 11725 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

10:00 - 10:45 a.m.: Welcome and Exhibits
Meet and Greet with Archer Leadership and the Architects
Looking Back: Take a photographic glimpse into Archer's history
Archer Forward: See the new Academic Center and campus through virtual reality images, models, a self-guided tour of the Temporary Classroom Village, and more

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.: Groundbreaking Ceremony
Student Parade
Foundational Rock Ceremony
Addresses by Head of School Elizabeth English and Board Chair, Frank Marshall
Dedication by Trustees and Founders

Quyen Ngo
Director of Communications & Strategic Marketing
The Archer School for Girls
(310) 873-7025 or qngo(at)archer(dot)org
On site contact number: (310) 562-7573

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