Contents 1 History 1.1 Early beginnings 1.2 1940s–1970s 1.3 1980s–present 1.4 Controversy 1.4.1 1992: Ace of Spades Murder Case 1.4.2 2001: Campus Arrest and Immediate Suicide of Student Andreas Wickstrom 1.4.3 2005: Graduation Ceremony Shooting 2 Academics 3 Athletics 3.1 Football 3.1.1 Early years 3.1.2 1960s–present 3.1.3 4th and Forever 4 Filming location 5 Notable alumni 5.1 Athletes 5.1.1 Baseball 5.1.2 Basketball 5.1.3 Football 5.1.4 Hockey 5.1.5 Tennis 5.1.6 Track and Field 5.1.7 Water Polo 5.1.8 Other sports 5.2 Entertainers 5.3 Other alumni 6 Notes 7 References 8 External links

History[edit] Early beginnings[edit] Long Beach Polytechnic High School began offering classes in 1895 in order to help educate the growing population of Long Beach. The first classes were at the Methodist Tabernacle Chapel and the first principal was Walter S. Bailey.[4] The first graduating class was in 1897 and only had one student. During this same year, classes were moved to Chautauqua Hall at Fourth Street and Pine Avenue as work began on the new Long Beach High School.[4] Long Beach High School was completed in 1898 and featured four classrooms and an assembly hall. The following year, the Long Beach High School Athletic Association was formed. In 1903, the school yearbook, "Caerulea" was first published. Football and basketball programs began in 1904 and the first student government was established in 1906.[4] David Brucham became school principal the following year, a position he would hold until 1941. The girls' basketball program won three consecutive state championships from 1907-1909. In 1911, Long Beach Poly moves the location at 16th Street and Atlantic, offering more space and amenities.[4] JROTC began in 1917 and an influenza epidemic sweeps through the school population. The following year, rabbits began invading the playing fields, inspiring the track team to call themselves the Jackrabbits and eventually becoming the official school mascot.[4] The athletic field was dedicated as "David Burcham Field" in 1924 to honor the long-serving principal. During much of the 1920s, Poly was the largest high school west of the Mississippi River in terms of student population.[4] A new auditorium was constructed in 1931 and the Long Beach earthquake damaged the school in 1933.[5] Following the earthquake, bricks from the damage were sold in order to pay for a memorial flagpole which still stands. A new science building was built and the auditorium was remodeled in 1935. A new administration building was completed the following year and in 1937, Poly graduated over 1,000 students for the first time.[citation needed] The 1976 edition of the school's Caerulea yearbook. 1940s–1970s[edit] The school celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1945. Wooden bleachers that had lined the athletic fields burned down in 1952 and the new Veteran's Stadium became the new home field for the Jackrabbits. The library was completed in 1953. In 1969, a racist leaflet was published, prompting approximately 100 white and African-American students to fight, leaving 24 students injured.[4] Homecoming titles (King and Queen) are ended in 1971 due to racial tensions. In 1976, PACE (Program of Additional Curricular Experiences), which included one of the first offerings of advanced college placement courses for high school students, begins. Badminton began in 1977 and girls' track and gymnastics teams started the following year.[4] 1980s–present[edit] The Center for International Commerce (CIC) began in 1982 and in 1984, Poly was recognized by USA Today as the top ranked school nationally in terms of Moore League, CIF, and state titles.[4] Poly received the Distinguished School Recognition Award in 1986, the California Department of Education's highest award. Poly became a four-year school in 1989. A new science building was completed in 1993 and the school celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 1995. The Poly music program was recognized as a Grammy Signature School Gold in 2000, one of the top ten music programs in the country.[4] Poly received this honor in 2003 as well. In 2005, Harvard recognized Poly as the most successful high school in the nation in terms of number of graduates.[4] Also in 2005, Sports Illustrated named the Poly as the #1 sports high school in the nation.[3][4] In 2006, security is increased and school IDs are required to be worn at all times while on campus. Controversy[edit] 1992: Ace of Spades Murder Case[edit] A 16-year old Long Beach Polytechnic High Student, Alex Giraldo, was murdered by Kenneth German and Michael McDonald, members of a secret paramilitary gang 'Ace of Spades'. In November 1997, Long Beach Superior Court Judge Bradford Andrews sentenced German, 24, and McDonald, 22, to 15 years to life in prison.[6] 2001: Campus Arrest and Immediate Suicide of Student Andreas Wickstrom[edit] On December 5, 2001, a school clerk informed a supervisor that he had found a bag of marijuana, on campus, in the car of Andreas Wickstrom. The police were notified first, before Andreas's parents, John and Inge Wickstrom, and Andreas was arrested and immediately taken to the youth detention facility on Pacific Avenue. Andreas was released in the custody of his mother, "knew he was in pain" but did not suspect he would harm himself. Three hours after his arrest, Andreas shot himself at home with a shotgun, belonging to his grandfather, a retired police officer. Inge recalled, "Andreas kept saying that they treated him like a criminal. There was no protection for him," she says. "At least if I had been called to go to the school, I could have reassured him that everything was going to be OK. The very people to whom I had entrusted his care that morning at Poly failed to protect him when he most needed it. If he had a headache or had injured himself, I would have been called immediately."[7] 2005: Graduation Ceremony Shooting[edit] At 8:40pm, a fight began outside of Long Beach Veteran's Memorial Stadium, followed by a shooting during the Long Beach Polytechnic High School graduation ceremony. "Authorities believe that someone was injured and driven from the scene because they discovered drops of blood. The victim, however, had not shown up at any area hospital, officials said. Two handguns were found at the scene, but it was unclear if either was the weapon involved. The graduation ceremony was just ending when the shooting occurred. The resulting police investigation caused long delays for people leaving the stadium."[8]

Academics[edit] The school motto states: Poly is the "Home of Scholars and Champions". The PACE and CIC magnet programs are highly desired destinations for students throughout the South Bay & Northern Orange County. In 2008, 1,573 AP exams were administered at Poly with over 75% of testees receiving a passing score of 3 or higher.[9] The national pass rate in 2008 was slightly over 58%.[10] Poly is also the highest academic performance index of any traditional high school in Long Beach with a 2009 score of 747. Poly consistently ranks a 9 out of 10 when compared to schools with similar demographics since 2007. Pac Rim is a California magnet academy, for students interested in business. (Academies also included in Polytechnic high are the following: Beach, Justice, METS, and MEDS.)[11]

Athletics[edit] Long Beach Polytechnic offers a wide variety of sports and activities due to the school's large size and diverse student population. Athletic teams compete in Division I within the California Interscholastic Federation and are known as the Jackrabbits. Throughout the school's history, the Jackrabbits have won many state championships and have produced several collegiate and professional athletes. In 2005, Sports Illustrated Magazine named Polytechnic the "Sports School of the Century", which applauds Polytechnic's badminton, baseball, basketball, football, track, cross country, swimming, water polo, tennis, golf, and softball teams.[3] Football[edit] Long Beach Poly has maintained a successful football program and has produced more NFL players than any other high school in the nation, sending over 60 throughout school history.[2] Notable former football players include DeSean Jackson, Winston Justice, Juju Smith-Schuster, and Willie McGinest.[12] Early years[edit] Poly played its first football game in 1908 and featured its first African-American player in 1934.[13] After losing their opener, the Jackrabbits won their first game 10-0 vs. Occidental Prep.[13] In 1917, head coach Eddie Kienholz left the team to fight in World War I. The 1919 Poly team went 12-0 and won their first state championship over Berkeley High School by a score of 21-14. Following the state championship, Poly defeated Phoenix High School by a score of 102-0 in the Southwest Championship.[13] Poly won additional CIF titles in 1923 and 1927. Orian Landreth became the head coach in 1929 and won the CIF title vs. Santa Barbara High School. Poly repeated as CIF champions in 1930, and also won titles in 1934 and 1936.[13] From 1942-1956, the football program experienced down years, producing just four winning seasons.[13] The 1959 and 1960 teams led by quarterback Bud Hollowell went 22-0-1 and claimed two CIF titles.[14] The 1959 team is best known for the "ICBM" backfield of Lonzo Irvin, Harvey Crow, Willie Brown and Willie Martin.[14] 1960s–present[edit] From 1965-1979, the Jackrabbits experienced a second drought of success, making the playoffs five times in 15 seasons.[13] The 1973 team went winless and the 1979 team was forced to forfeit all of its wins due to ineligible players.[13] Poly won the CIF title in 1980 and were runners-up in 1981 and 1982. The Jackrabbits shared a title in 1985, sharing with Edison High School after a 14-14 tie.[13] Poly experienced increased success in the 1990s and 2000s, winning CIF titles in 1997, 1999 and 2000. The 2001 team featured Marcedes Lewis, Hershel Dennis, Winston Justice, and Darnell Bing. Despite the talent, the team finished runner-up to De La Salle High School.[13] The Jackrabbits won the CIF title in 2004 behind DeSean Jackson and won additional titles in 2007 and 2012.[13] Former New York Giant Antonio Pierce was hired as head coach before the 2014 season. 4th and Forever[edit] A reality television on Current TV, titled 4th and Forever, focuses on the school's strong football program. It has been called the real-life version of Friday Night Lights but has also been derided as inaccurate and "[relying] on repetitive reality-show conventions".[15][16]

Filming location[edit] Long Beach Poly has been the backdrop for many commercials, television shows, and films. The Craft (1996) American Beauty (1999) American Pie (1999) The Insider (1999) The Other Sister (1999) Even Stevens (2002) Episode 3.15 "The Big Splash" Simple Plan (2002) Music Video I'm Just A Kid P.O.D. (2003) Music Video Will You Love Don't Cost a Thing (2003) MTV's MADE (2004) Episode 5.1 Surfing Selena Monster Garage (2004) Monster Nation 2 1966 Volkswagen Bug / Dune Buggy Sleepover (2004) Cold Case (2004) Episode 1.22 "The Plan" Juicy Fruit (2005) CPR Dummy Steals gum Commercial Coach Carter (2005) The New Guy (2002) Cold Case (2006) Episode 3.12 Detention NCIS (2006) Episode 3.18 Bait Paris Hilton (2006) Music Video Nothing In This World Miss/Guided (2007) Ashton Kutcher TV Pilot Nancy Drew (2007) Mind of Mencia (2007) Stereotype Olympics Boston Legal (2007) Snoop Dogg's Father Hood (2008) Cold Case (2008) Episode 6.2 "True Calling" Fired Up (2009) Oreo (2010) When the Game Stands Tall (2014) Famous Footwear (2015)

Notable alumni[edit] This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies. Please improve this article by removing names that do not have independent reliable sources showing they are notable AND alumni, or by incorporating the relevant publications into the body of the article through appropriate citations. (October 2015) Athletes[edit] Tony Gwynn was also a standout basketball player in high school. Baseball[edit] Milton Bradley[17] Rocky Bridges Oscar Brown Ollie Brown Chris Gwynn[17] Tony Gwynn James McDonald Randy Moffitt[17] Chuck Stevens Chase Utley[17] Charlie Williams, MLB umpire[18] Zeb Terry Basketball[edit] Jordan Bell Kenny Booker[19] Mack Calvin Tyus Edney Ozell Jones Johnny Nash Ben McDonald Michael Wiley Morlon Wiley Football[edit] Raymonn Adams Marques Anderson Terrence Austin Brian Banks Darnell Bing[20] Jayon Brown Mark Carrier[12] Jurrell Casey Kaelin Clay Charles Clinton Hershel Dennis[20] Isaiah Green Tony Hill David Howard DeSean Jackson[12] Winston Justice[12] Mike Kellogg Kareem Kelly Jim Lawson Marcedes Lewis[12] Earl R. McCullouch Willie McGinest[12] Chuckie Miller Jamize Olawale Stephone Paige Samie Parker[12] Marquez Pope[12] Ken-Yon Rambo Alfred Rowe Leonard Russell JuJu Smith-Schuster Omar Stoutmire[12] Pago Togafau[21] Gene Washington Manuel Wright[21] Hockey[edit] Travis Ramsey Tennis[edit] Billie Jean King[12] Vania King (attended) Track and Field[edit] Andrea Anderson[22] Bryshon Nellum John Rambo[22] Shalonda Solomon[22] Earl Thomson[22] Ariana Washington Martha Watson[22] Water Polo[edit] Alan Mouchawar Other sports[edit] Gary Gabelich, land speed record setter in Blue Flame Terry Kennedy, professional skateboarder Samantha Larson, mountaineer[23] Tom McEwen (drag racer), drag racer and promoter Entertainers[edit] Musician and painter Norma Tanega[24] Rapper Crooked I Actor Percy Daggs III[25] Actress Cameron Diaz[12] Actress Gloria Dickson Singer Nate Dogg • Rapper Warren G Rapper Snoop Dogg[12] Musician Lita Ford Musician Will Glover (The Pyramids) Pianist Samuel Grodin Singer Marilyn Horne Musician Spike Jones[26] Singer Jenni Rivera Singer Jo Stafford[27] Actress Edna Tichenor Writer Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston[28] Other alumni[edit] Keith Kellogg, acting National Security advisor[29] Jane Anne Russell, endocrinologist

Notes[edit] ^ "Polytechnic High". NCES. Retrieved November 5, 2017.  ^ a b "Pipeline to the NFL? Big states, schools are key" (English). Retrieved 2006-04-21.  ^ a b c "Best High School Athletic Programs" (English). Retrieved 2005-05-11.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Poly's Historical Timeline" (English). Retrieved 2014-06-29.  ^ Grobaty, Tim (9 March 2013). "80 years later, children of 1933 Long Beach earthquake recall fear, excitement". Press Telegram. Retrieved 11 March 2018.  ^ "1992: Ace of Spades Murder Case". 2 Sentenced to 15-Year Terms in Slaying of Youth.  ^ "2001: Campus Arrest and Immediate Suicide of Student Andreas Wickstrom". SUICIDE: Out of the Darkness.  ^ "2005: Graduation Ceremony Shooting". Parking Lot Shooting Mars Long Beach Poly Graduation.  ^ "DataQuest (CA Dept of Education)". 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2010-09-24.  ^ "AP Data & Reports". 2007-06-18. Retrieved 2010-09-24.  ^ "Education Data Partnership Home Page". Retrieved 2010-12-29.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l One high school, so many future NFL players , USATODAY, APR 22, 2008. Archived 2011-05-29 at the Wayback Machine. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Championship game victory would only add to Long Beach Poly football legacy" (English). Retrieved 2014-06-29.  ^ a b "Poly star Bud Hollowell dies at 71". Retrieved 15 January 2016.  ^ Knowles, David (24 May 2011). "4th and Forever: TV Review – The Hollywood Reporter". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 5 June 2011.  ^ McNamara, Mary (26 May 2011). "'4th and Forever': TV review –". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 5 June 2011.  ^ a b c d MLB Draft Factories,, Jun 03, 2008. ^ City of Long Beach Baseball Hall of Fame, City of Long Beach Parks and Recreation ^ "Kenny Booker". Long Beach City College Vikings. Archived from the original on April 21, 2015.  ^ a b The Reason Archived 2007-06-16 at the Wayback Machine.,, May 13, 2007. ^ a b Two High Schools Share Lead for Most NFL Players, USA, SEP 27, 2007. ^ a b c d e ^ 18-year-old California woman scales Everest, becoming youngest to complete 'seven summits', The Associated Press, 19 May 2007 ^ Williams, Vera (August 21, 1955). Independent Press-Telegram from. Long Beach, California. p. 68.  Missing or empty |title= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help) ^ "Percy Daggs III". SideReel. 1982-07-20. Archived from the original on February 23, 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-24.  ^ Stanton, Scott (2003). The tombstone tourist : musicians (2nd ed.). New York: Pocket Books. p. 136. ISBN 0-7434-6330-7.  ^ Leonard, Vince (19 March 1964). "Jo Stafford Easy Talker". The Pittsburgh Press. Retrieved 9 January 2011.  ^ "Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston (1934–) - Personal, Addresses, Career, Member, Honors Awards, Writings, Sidelights, Autobiography FeatureJeanne Wakatsuki Houston". Retrieved 2010-09-24.  ^ "Trump names Long Beach Poly grad to serve as acting national security adviser". Press-Telegram. February 13, 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2017. 

References[edit] Long Beach Polytechnic High School profile at NNDB LB Poly baseball players at The Baseball Cube LB Poly is #1 Sports High School in America at Sports Illustrated IMDb: Filming Locations

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