Leaders of the Tustin Unified School District have officially cut the ribbon on a brand new Humanities Building at Beckman High School.
The two-story, 30,000-square-foot facility, which opened to students on Sept. 1, features 17 classrooms that house world languages and English courses. The building also includes restrooms, stairs, an elevator and a landscaped courtyard.
On Nov. 12, district officials held a morning ceremony to celebrate Beckman’s newest addition and to conduct tours. Pictured below are TUSD Board of Education member James Laird, Beckman Principal Adele Heuer, Beckman ASB President Meaghan Chung, TUSD Board of Education President Francine Scinto, TUSD board member Jonathan Abelove and Superintendent Dr. Gregory Franklin.
The Beckman campus, which opened in 2004, is located at 3588 Bryan Ave. in Irvine.