Holiday boutique helps high school foundation

The Torrey Pines High School Foundation held its annual Holiday Boutique Dec. 5 in Room B on campus. More than 30 vendors participated in this event, which featured jeans, purses, clothing, holiday gifts and more. A percentage of this year’s sales will go towards the College and Career Center and other programs that benefit all TPHS students.

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