Schools across the northern San Fernando Valley were shuttered Friday due to the Saddleridge Fire.

The Los Angeles Unified School District announced a host of closures, including:

— Castlebay Lane Charter School, 19010 Castlebay Lane in Porter Ranch;

— Danube Avenue Elementary School, 11220 Danube Ave., in Granada Hills;

— El Oro Way Elementary School, 12230 El Oro Way in Granada Hills;

— Haskell STEAM Magnet, 15850 Tulsa St., in Granada Hills;

— Knollwood Preparatory Academy, 11822 Gerald Ave., in Granada Hills;

— Porter Ranch Community School, 12450 Mason Ave., in Porter Ranch;

— Van Gogh Charter School, 17160 Van Gogh St., in Granada Hills;

— Kennedy High School, 11254 Gothic Ave., in Granada Hills;

— Rinaldi Adult School, 17450 Rinaldi St., in Granada Hills;

— Granada Hills High School, 10535 Zelzah Ave., in Granada Hills;

— Bert Corona High School and Bert Corona Charter School in Pacoima;

— Frost Middle School in Granada Hills;

— Jane Addams Continuation High School in Granada Hills;

— North Valley Military Institute in Sun Valley;

— Montague Charter Academy in Pacoima;

— Valley International Preparatory High School in Chatsworth;

— Magnolia Public Schools 1,2,5,7;

— all three Valor Academy Charter Schools;

— Fenton Avenue Primary Center and Elementary Charter School in Pacoima;

— Fenton STEM Academy Elementary Charter;

— Fenton Charter Leadership Academy;

— HighTech Los Angeles Middle School in Van Nuys;

— Ivy Academia Charter in Woodland Hills;

— Valley Charter elementary and middle schools in Van Nuys.

— Discovery Charter Preparatory School #2 in Sylmar;

— James Jordan Middle School in Winnetka;

— New Academy Canoga Park;

— West Valley Occupational Center in Woodland Hills; and

— Vaughn Next Century Learning Center in San Fernando.

All schools in the LAUSD’s Local District Northwest and Local District Northeast will be on a minimum-day schedule, as will Topanga Elementary Charter, Roscomare Road Elementary. All athletics and after-school activities at those schools were canceled.

Also closed were Los Angeles Pierce College, Los Angeles Mission College and Los Angeles Valley College, said William H. Boyer of the Los Angeles Community College District. College of the Canyons was also closed at its Valencia Campus, Canyon Country Campus, and all off-site locations.

Cal State Northridge was also closed, per Carmen Ramos Chandler, CSUN’s director of media relations.

No closures were immediately reported at The Masters University in Santa Clarita.

All Castaic Unified School District campuses were closed, along with all Newhall School District campuses.

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