A review team of educators will visit the campus of Coast Union High School on Monday to determine its eligibility for the California Distinguished School honor, Coast Unified School District announced Thursday.
The school was one of 95 California schools to earn the honor in 2007. It was also selected in 1990.
Two other schools in the Coast Unified district have also been honored in recent years, Cambria Grammar School in 2006 and Santa Lucia Middle School in 2009.
The California Department of Education selects California Distinguished School program honors the state’s most exemplary and inspiring public schools and highlights successes in education. Selection is based on student improvement on standardized tests, curriculum, instruction, student support and school climate.
An announcement of which schools have been honored is expected in April.