The Cabrillo High School Aquarium reopened with a big splash on Wednesday evening, debuting its most extensive sea life exhibit in its 20-year history and marking over a year since the campus facility closed to the public due to COVID-19. Students and head curators Nathan Frederick and Madeline Gottwaid and two other aquarium docents, cut a ceremonial red ribbon in front of community leaders and aquarium supporters to commemorate the unveiling of the facility's $150,000 interactive tide pool tank and new $100,000 filtration system.