LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11 / CNS) - Classes at Loyola High School in Harvard Heights were canceled Wednesday after an anonymous threat was posted on a social media website, the school said.
The threat was made Tuesday night, a school statement said, and was being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department. "In collaboration with the FBI and the LAPD, Loyola High School is taking precautionary measures and canceling all classes and on-campus activities on Wednesday, January 11. Further announcements and information will be provided later Wednesday," the statement said.
Details about the threat were not immediately available.
Loyola High is a Catholic college preparatory school for boys run by the Jesuits.
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