Contents 1 History 2 Filming location 3 Mural 4 Present Day Learning Academies 5 Alumni 6 References 7 External links


History[edit] In September 1903, a two-room school was opened on the second floor of an empty storeroom at the Masonic Temple on Highland Avenue, north of Hollywood Boulevard (then Prospect Avenue). Hollywood was incorporated as a municipality in November 1903. The Hollywood High Organ Opus 481 was a gift from the class of 1924. After suffering severe water damage from the Northridge earthquake in 1994, it was restored in 2002. The campus was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 4, 2012.[3][4] The school's mascot was derived from the 1921 Rudolph Valentino film of the same name, The Sheik. In the 2015-2016 Fall Football Season the boys Varsity football team played in the schools 3rd championship game led by head coach Frank Galvan. They finished the season with a 12-2 overal record. In the 2016-2017 Spring Volleyball Season, the Boys Varsity Volleyball team played in the school's first ever championship game. Games led by Head Coach Beverley Kilpatrick. The team was led by two All-City players, Aleksander Berg (Middle Blocker/Hitter) and Elgin Tacata (Setter/Opposite Hitter). Their historic season ended with an overall record of 17-5. [5]


Filming location[edit] Hollywood High School mural Hollywood High has been the filming location for movies, television shows, and other productions, including the following: Made[6] Nancy Drew Neon Maniacs Penn & Teller: Bullshit! (season 5, episode 1, "Obesity") Tony Hawk's American Wasteland


Mural[edit] In 2002, artist Eloy Torrez painted a mural of 13 famous entertainers, titled "Portrait of Hollywood", across the entire east wall of the school's auditorium.[7][8] From left to right, the entertainers displayed are Dorothy Dandridge, Dolores del Río, Brandy Norwood, Selena, Lana Turner, Laurence Fishburne, Cantinflas, Carol Burnett, Cher, Ricky Nelson, Bruce Lee, Rudolph Valentino, and Judy Garland. In 2007, Torrez added a 50-foot (15 m) tall mural of John Ritter, who died four years earlier, on the connecting portion of the building's north wall.[9] All but four of the entertainers, Cantinflas, Lee, Selena and Valentino, were students at Hollywood High School.[citation needed] The artist said the mural is a celebration of a diverse ethnic range of actors and entertainers.[10]


Present Day Learning Academies[edit] Hollywood High School is an excellent school for teenagers to find their calling and prepare for a life of success. Known for preparing its graduates for careers in teaching and the performing arts, it has also become a diverse and well-rounded school. Students have many opportunities in different fields of study. Hollywood High School offers four academies to its students, each of them with a different purpose. Teaching Career Academy. Hollywood High school offers a Teaching Career Academy (TCA) to students who seek to work with children as a career. Potential careers range from becoming a teacher to being a social worker. In order to give a student a little experience, the school works with other elementary schools to allow elementary students to receive tutoring by Hollywood High School students.[11] Performing Arts Magnet. For students seeking an entertainment career, Performing Arts Magnet is the best choice. This academy helps students develop their talents and personalities to become performing artist. The academy focuses on training students to develop their skills of actors, singers, and/or dancers.[12] New Media Technology. If students prefer to go into the filmmaking industry, this academy offers the best opportunities. The New Media Technology academy helps students build their knowledge of technology. They are afforded hands-on experience with equipment usually found inside a film studio. The software used is the newest on the market. This academy also provides internships to permit graduates to immediately start working in that field.[13] School for Advanced Studies. This academy does not focus on a specific career, but helps students prepare for university life. If a student likes to be challenged, this academy offers classes that are at the same level of difficulty as a college class.[14] The academy prepares students for their careers, and helps them get them into the best universities around the country.[15]


Alumni[edit] Name Year of Graduation Note(s) Anthony Anderson 1988 Actor, comedian, writer John Archer 1933 Actor Bill Armstrong – Football player Vivian Austin 1939 Actress Meredith Baxter 1965 Actress Mary Kay Bergman 1978 Actress Valerie Bertinelli 1978 Actress Vincent Bugliosi 1952 Attorney, author Carol Burnett 1951 Actress, comedian Diana Canova 1971 Actress, singer Keith Carradine 1966 Actor Robert Carradine 1971 Actor Adriana Caselotti 1934 Actress, singer Henry P. Caulfield, Jr. 1931 Political scientist, college professor Marge Champion 1936 Dancer, choreographer, actress Norman Chandler 1917 Los Angeles Times publisher Lon Chaney, Jr. 1924 Actor Warren Christopher 1942 U.S. Secretary of State John Clifford 1965 Choreographer, dancer, director, producer Lisa Coleman 1978 Musician Porscha Coleman 2003 Actress, singer, dancer Johnny Crawford 1962 Actor James Dannaldson – Actor Frank Darabont 1977 Film director, screenwriter, producer Jorel Decker – Singer Rod Dedeaux 1932 longtime USC Trojans baseball head coach Edward Dmytryk 1926 Film director, member of the Hollywood Ten Harley Earl – Automotive designer and executive P. David Ebersole 1981 Filmmaker Stephen Eckelberry 1979 Filmmaker Norman Eisen 1980 U.S. Ambassador to Prague Marguerite Empey 1949 Model Linda Evans 1960 Actress Nanette Fabray 1939 Actress Mimsy Farmer 1963 Actress Mike Farrell 1957 Actor Lorraine Feather 1965 Singer, lyricist, songwriter Jay R. Ferguson – Actor Laurence Fishburne 1980 Actor The Four Preps 1954-56 Singing group Anthony M. Frank 1949 U.S. Postmaster General Judy Garland 1940 Singer, actress James Garner 1944 Actor Mitzi Gaynor – Actress[16] Lowell George 1963 Musician, songwriter, producer Gigi Graciette Journalist, TV News Anchor Gigi Levangie Grazer 1990 Novelist, screenwriter Rob Grill 1962 Singer, songwriter, guitarist Horacio Gutiérrez 1966 Classical pianist Alan Hale Jr. 1938 Actor Richard Halsey – Film editor Linda Hart 1965 Singer, musician, actress Karl Hubenthal 1935 Cartoonist Gloria Grahame 1942 Actress Barbara Hershey 1965 Actress John Huston 1923 Film director, screenwriter, actor Lawrence Johnston 1936 Manhattan Project physicist, the only person to witness all 3 atom bombs of WWII Chuck Jones 1930 Animator Dickie Jones 1945 Actor Sally Kellerman 1954 Actress William Kennard 1974 U.S. Federal Communications Commission chairman Barbara Kent 1925 Actress Enid Kent 1962 Actress Swoosie Kurtz 1962 Actress Alan Ladd 1931 Actor Donovan Leitch 1985 Actor Ruta Lee 1954 Actress Carole Lombard 1923 Actress Richard Long 1945 Actor Stephen Marglin – Economist, college professor Benito Martinez 1989 Actor Gladys McConnell 1924 Actress, aviator Joel McCrea 1924 Actor Leighton Meester – Actress, singer Heather Menzies 1967 Actress Ann Miller 1937 Dancer, actress, singer Judith Miller 1965 Journalist Aprile Millo 1977 Opera singer Yvette Mimieux 1960 Actress Karen Morley 1927 Actress David Nelson 1954 Actor, producer Ricky Nelson 1958 Actor, singer Marni Nixon 1948 Singer Brandy Norwood 1996 Singer, actress Marcel Ophüls 1945 Film director Sarah Jessica Parker[17] 1983 Actress Susan Patron 1965 Author Richard Perle 1959 U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense Susan Peters 1939 Actress Stefanie Powers 1960 Actress Robin Randall 1979 Musician, Songwriter Terry Richardson 1983 Photographer John Ritter 1966 Actor Jason Robards 1940 Actor Ann Robinson 1949 Actress Ruth Roland 1908 Actress Mickey Rooney 1938 Actor Fred Roos – Film producer Debbie Rowe 1977 Ex-wife of singer Michael Jackson Paul Salamunovich 1945 Conductor, Musician Catherine Share 1960 "Manson Family" follower Scott Shaw 1976 Filmmaker, actor, writer William Shockley 1927 Physicist, inventor of the transistor, Nobel laureate Ione Skye 1986 Actress Michael Sloane 1976 Actor, writer, director Rick Sloane 1979 Filmmaker Alexis Smith 1938 Actress Darwood Kenneth Smith 1946 Actor Wayne Smith 1979 Professor Andrew Solt 1965 Film producer, director, and writer Jill St. John 1957 Actress Don Steele – Boss Radio disc jockey Arran Stephens - Nature's Path Foods Founder Togo Tanaka[18] 1939 Journalist and editor Vince Taylor 1958 Singer Charlene Tilton 1976 Actress Virginia Trimble 1961 Astronomer Joe Trippi – Political activist, chairman of the Howard Dean U.S. presidential campaign Lana Turner 1936 Actress Victoria Vetri 1963 Model, actress Michael G. Vickers – U.S. Under Secretary of Defense Joseph Wapner 1937 Judge, star of The People's Court Tuesday Weld 1960 Actress Stuart Whitman – Actor[19] Rhoda Williams 1948 Actress[20] Rita Wilson 1974 Actress Beatrice Wood – Studio potter Bruce Yarnell – Actor


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