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Classes Resume at Palisades High School Following Bomb Threat

The school is also a polling location for Tuesday's general elections. 

(Clotee Allochuku/Flickr Creative Commons)
(Clotee Allochuku/Flickr Creative Commons)

Palisades Charter High School was evacuated Tuesday Morning due to a bomb threat made over social media at 8:30, said the LAPD. 

Palisades is a charter high school located in Pacific Palisades.

The school was deemed safe after a bomb squad completed a sweep of the campus, CBS Local reports. Classes resumed shortly after 12pm.

According to the school’s website, their campus covers 11 acres in Temescal Canyon between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Santa Monica Bay.

There were 2,961 students enrolled in the high school for the 2013-2014 academic year. 

The school is also said to be a polling location for Tuesday’s general elections.

We'll be updating this story as details become available. 

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