Good thing school is out for summer.
A fire at Grant Union High School destroyed a classroom last night.
Sacramento Fire tweeted that it was responding to calls about a fire on the campus just before 10:30 p.m. Sunday night.
Crews from Sac Fire and Metro Fire were able to extinguish the blaze in under and hour.
The classroom that burned was in the Del Paso Heights-area school's main building.
Investigators are looking into what sparked the fire.
There are no reported injuries in relation to this incident.
Commercial Structure Fire at Grant High School. Crews report two to three classrooms are on fire. Fire attack taking place pic.twitter.com/sMHFP35pwE— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) July 9, 2018
Fire at Grant high school is a two alarm fire with multiple buildings that were on fire. The majority of fire has been extinguished crews are in the process of extinguishing fire in the attic. No injuries have been reported pic.twitter.com/Mqs1472pDU— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) July 9, 2018
One classroom at Grant high school completely destroyed. The fire has been extinguished in was held from extending into adjacent classrooms by fire crews from Sacramento Fire and @metrofirepio pic.twitter.com/AkitcTcdun— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) July 9, 2018
Investigator is on scene to determine the cause of the classroom fire at Grant Union High School pic.twitter.com/ENg0qWhvMf— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) July 9, 2018