Marshall High School has won the Los Angeles Unified School District's Academic Decathlon.
It's part of a national competition that tests students in subjects such as art, mathematics, literature and science. Marshall now moves to the California state finals in March.
It joins other L.A. Unified schools, including Granada Hills Charter, El Camino Real Charter, Taft Charter, Franklin, Garfield, Bell, Hamilton, Narbonne, Van Nuys, Grant and North Hollywood.
The team that wins the statewide competition goes on to the nationals. L.A. Unified teams have won 14 national championships since 1987.