Paul R. Williams High School is a secondary school in the El Sereno community of Los Angeles, California, that appears in AMC's Fear the Walking Dead. It was destroyed along with the rest of the city as a result of Operation Cobalt.

Pre-Apocalypse

Los Angeles, California

The high school is a typical school where adolescents go for the purpose of gaining an education. Its extracurricular activities include sports such as soccer, and its team name appears to be the "Broncos".

Staff

This list shows the people who worked at the school:

Students

This list shows students who attend the school:

Appearances

Fear The Walking Dead

Season 1

Trivia

  • In the pilot, the school scenes were filmed inside an actual L.A. high school, Woodrow Wilson High, but for the rest of the season, production shifted to Vancouver, in Killarney Secondary School.[1]
  • The name of the school in series is named by an actual architect Paul Revere Williams who designed Woodrow Wilson High school in real life.

References

Fear The Walking Dead Locations
Season 1 Los AngelesClark Family HomeTemple Community HospitalEl SerenoPaul R. Williams High SchoolSalazar's CutsSisters of Mercy HospitalWest View LibraryLos Angeles ArenaNational Guard CompoundStrand's House
Season 2 Los AngelesStrand's HouseThe AbigailCatrina IslandPirate LayoutAbigail Home ExperienceValle de GuadalupeTijuanaLa ColoniaRosarito Beach HotelEl PelícanoBorder Crossing
Season 3 Military DepotRosarito Beach HotelBroke Jaw RanchBlack Hat ReservationGonzalez DamEl Bazar
Season 4 JunkyardTrailer ParkDell Diamond Baseball StadiumWhirlin' WavezJohn Dorie's CabinCottonwood InnTruck StopAugie's AleAustinWittington's Denim Company
Season 5 Wittington's Denim CompanyPlane Crash SiteBig Barn Truck StopDaniel's WarehouseTamplin's GroceryCamp CackleberryLonestar Power & LightHumbug's GulchCRM's Fuel DropAugie's AleTreehouseThe CaravanBridgeview MallLatham Police DepartmentTemple B'nai IsraelTank TownCleon's FeedbagParadise RidgeSuper LanesBingoBern's VinylKaraoke Bar
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