From the website: When Dos Pueblos opened its doors to its first students in the spring of 1967, then Assistant Superintendent of the Santa Barbara High School District William E. McLaughlin noted that one of the main objectives in designing the school was to “provide a setting for future innovation in the instructional program.” In a newspaper article heralding the opening of the school, DP’s first principal Henry Baylor made a point of highlighting the fact that the school was built with no internal bearing walls so that “conceivably, the internal spaces can be modified if new uses are found for the space.” Even at its founding, DPHS was already looking ahead, and planning for what high school would look like in the 21st century.

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