LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Some students of a South Los Angeles high school damaged in a fire returned to class Monday after summer break.

Administrators pushed the start date back two weeks for Animo South Los Angeles, 11130 S. Western Avenue, to Aug. 25 after a fire damaged a portion of the campus on July 22.

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The fire caused a partial roof collapse and destroyed several buildings on campus, including 14 classrooms.

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Ninth and tenth grade students will return to the ASLA campus, while eleventh and twelfth graders will attend class at a local middle school until December.

A $500,000 fundraising campaign has been launched to help pay for damages, officials said.

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