The Colonial High school in the northwest corner of Corona, California, was founded in 1914 by the Spanish-American War veterans.
The school has a capacity of about 1,000 students, most of whom are Latino.
It has also been home to some of the country’s most innovative programs, including the Colonial School of Dance and Music.
But when the school lost funding in 2017, it went bankrupt.
The next year, the school’s leadership was forced to step down amid a state budget crisis.
The district decided to sell the school for $1.2 million, and the new owners are planning to build a new school.
With the help of the nonprofit nonprofit Colonial High Schools, which focuses on bringing high-performing schools back to life, the nonprofit has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help the Colonial school’s current and former students.
This is a first for Colonial High schools, but it could be a long process.
A nonprofit, which must be approved by the state Education Department, can’t take over the charter school and have to find an alternate funding source.
To raise money for the new school, the group will have to build new classrooms, complete renovations to the building, and find an additional $50,000 in federal funding.
The Colonial School’s board of directors, who are largely Latino, voted in November to sell off the building for $4.5 million.
The sale comes as Colonial High’s board has not been open for more than a month.
The board has yet to answer a number of questions, including why the school has not yet received funding from the state or why the new board was not chosen.
The group has also not provided any details about the plans for the building.
Colonial High students, faculty, staff, and alumni have all pledged to donate their time and funds to the new Colonial High.
The campaign is only one of several efforts underway to bring back the Colonial high school.
The nonprofit Colonial School, Inc. (CSE) will build a replacement for Colonial’s existing building in the city of Corona.
Its website describes the school as a “world-renowned program that has brought a diverse student body to the forefront of dance and music,” as well as the arts and sciences.
This year, it launched a fundraising campaign to save Colonial High, a historic high school in Corona.
CSE’s website lists a goal of $1 million.
With $1,000,000 pledged by the public, the organization will begin the process of bringing Colonial High back to the fold.
Colonial students have been attending the school since the 1970s.
But after the school was sold, a majority of the students returned to other schools.
After years of losing funds and failing to secure state funds for the school, it became difficult to keep Colonial High open.
“Theres not a single student who has ever left,” said Alex Garcia, a former Colonial student and now the school principal.
“Were not closing the doors because we dont have money.”
The nonprofit hopes to reopen the school in time for the 2017-2018 school year, but Garcia said it could take another year or more.
“There is a lot of work to be done,” he said.
“But there is a plan.
Weve got a plan.”