Contents 1 History 2 Campus 3 Demographics 4 Curriculum 5 Notable alumni 6 Sending schools 7 Notes 8 Additional references 9 External links


History[edit] The school was founded in 1961.[1] It was built for $6,000,000 on a filled in canyon. At the time it was the most expensive high school in the LA City Schools. The founding principal was Herbert L. Aigner (died in 2000).[7] The Class of 2012 was the 50th graduating class. Prior to the founding, the property was called All Hallows Farm and for many years was owned by the Conway family: Hollywood film director Jack Conway; his wife, actress Virginia Conway — daughter of silent screen star Francis X. Bushman — and their two sons, one of whom, Pat Conway became an actor as well. This property was subsequently rented to actress Debbie Reynolds and her husband, singer Eddie Fisher. It was then taken, some years later, by the State by eminent domain to build the high school. Several members of the class of 1965 were profiled in a Time magazine article, which led to a best-selling 1976 book by class members David Wallechinsky and Michael Medved, What Really Happened to the Class of '65?.[8] The book featured interviews with several members of the class, whose experiences were recounted both individually and in groupings around shared themes such as the Vietnam War and the draft, drug experimentation, and sex. Various teachers from the school also were interviewed, among them English teachers Miss Jean O'Brien, history teacher Mr. Johnson, and Mrs. Rose "Mama G" Gilbert, who retired during 2012-2013 after 63 years of teaching.[9] At age 94, Mrs. Gilbert was the oldest active teacher in the LAUSD.[10][11] The success of the book later inspired a short-lived television dramatic anthology series of the same title, which ran from December 1977 to July 1978 on NBC.[12] The character of Maz Kanata was based on her.[13] In 1989 20/20 aired an episode about the students of Palisades High School. Howard Rosenberg of the Los Angeles Times wrote that "Palisades High School is characterized here as both an institution of high academic performance and high drug and alcohol use. What "20/20" doesn't ask tonight is how both are possible at the same school."[14] Circa 1992 there were so few students that LAUSD was considering closing the school. Pali High parents, principal Merle Price, and Pali High staff decided to advocate for making the school into a charter school.[15] In 1993 the school, along with three feeder elementary schools, received approval from the Los Angeles Board of Education to become a charter school. This was the first time a group of schools in California became charter schools.[16] The school asked students to abide by a behavior code and instituted new academic programs. By 1998 student enrollment recovered: it had 200 students previously attending private schools.[15] This school was the focus of a false email chain letter started around 2002. The message falsely claimed that a satiric message to parents about student truancies and homework problems was actually on the school's answering machine. The message was originally written in response to parent outrage that students who skipped class more than ten days per 90-schoolday semester (not counting legitimate absences, like sickness) could receive a failing grade in that class. This was reported on several web sites, including TruthOrFiction.com,[17] Snopes,[18] and BreakTheChain.org.[19]


Campus[edit] The campus is bounded by Temescal Canyon Road to the east, Sunset Boulevard to the north, El Medio Street to the west, and Temescal Academy (formerly known as first Temescal Canyon Continuation School and later Temescal High School) to the south.[20] It is bisected by Bowdoin Street, which runs between the school's football field and the academic center of the school. Located only a mile from Will Rogers State Beach, the football stadium is called "Stadium by the Sea."[21] Many movies have been filmed at Palisades. One of the first major motion pictures to be shot at Pali High was Carrie. Directors George Lucas and Brian De Palma held a joint audition for Carrie and Lucas's Star Wars (1977) on the Palisades campus. Other movies filmed on site include Popular (1999), Crazy/Beautiful (2001), The Glass House (2001), Old School (2003), Freaky Friday (2003), Havoc (2005), and Project X (2012). The TV series Modern Family (2013) Teen Wolf (2011) and the Netflix series American Vandal (2017) were also filmed at the school. Pali High was also used for the Sweet Valley High book, Party Weekend. As of 2010, approximately 43% of the student body, 1,180 out of 2,742 students, were bused to Palisades Charter High School from more than 100 Los Angeles zip codes.[22] In 1994, approximately 70% of the student body, 1,176 out of 1,680 students, were bused from South-Central and East Los Angeles.[23]


Demographics[edit] White Latino Asian African American Pacific Islander American Indian Two or More Races 51% 24% 9% 15% 1% 1% 1% According to US News and World Report, 49% of Palisades Charter's student body is "of color," with 32% of the student body coming from an economically disadvantaged household, determined by student eligibility for California's Reduced-price meal program.[24]


Curriculum[edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (March 2014) As of 1998[update] most of its classes are university preparatory in nature, and it hosts a mathematics, science, and technology magnet program. The school also has humanities and marine biology courses.[15] The school includes a New Media Academy that was, as of 1998, one of three in LAUSD. Pali High uses its charter school status to increase the visibility of this program. By that year Dreamworks had financed it with $100,000 ($150142.92 according to inflation). The location fees generated by Aaron Spelling's use of the school for Malibu Shores were used to, by 1998, install a new computer lab.[15] As of 2002 Palisades High School offers a surfing class that can be taken for physical education credit. It was established around 1998 by Ray Millette, a marine biology teacher and surfer.[25] Palisades Charter High School known for having a great music program, its marching band has medaled 3 years in a row in 2013 getting silver, 2014 winning the scsboa 3a championships and in 2015 getting bronze. The school also has a winter Drumline that competes in both scpa and WGI and is also the 2016 scpa "A class" silver medalist.


Notable alumni[edit] Pali is the alma mater of many notable individuals, including: Jay Schroeder Dane Elkins Susanna Hoffs Thomas Newman Katey Sagal Mitchell Schwartz Alan Smolinisky Forest Whitaker J.J. Abrams '84 – director, screenwriter and television show creator[26] Alex Alben '76 – author, columnist, Internet executive Scott Alexander[27] – screenwriter David Baerwald '78 – composer, songwriter, musician, producer[citation needed] A. Scott Berg '67[28] – Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Jeanie Buss '79 – president and co-owner of Los Angeles Lakers, serves on NBA's board of governors Brian Dailey '69 – artist and international security Peter DeLuise – actor Dane Elkins (born 1999) – professional racquetball player[29] Chip Engelland - '79 - Duke University basketball player, NBA coach Roy Fegan '79[30] – actor, Hollywood Shuffle and The Five Heartbeats Chris Ferguson – poker player Alex Greenwald – actor and musician Rusty Hamer '64 - actor[31] Susanna Hoffs '76 – member of The Bangles Willa Holland – actress David Holt winter '64 – musician with multiple Grammy Awards for bluegrass and traditional music Raffi Hovannisian, '77 – first Foreign Minister of the independent Armenia Elizabeth Keifer '79 – actress Steve Kerr – 7-time NBA champion, coach of Golden State Warriors Jennifer Jason Leigh – Oscar-nominated actress and director Ahmad Ali Lewis – hip-hop artist, member of 4th Avenue Jones Daniel S. Loeb – hedge fund manager Lauren London - actress Ricci Luyties- professional indoor volleyball and beach volleyball player, head coach of UC San Diego Tritons women's team Jeff Madsen – poker player, former youngest winner of World Series of Poker bracelet Ron Mael and Russell Mael – musicians (the band Sparks) Michael Medved '65 – film critic, radio host, commentator Penelope Ann Miller – Tony Award and Golden Globe-nominated actress Jon Moscot – major league baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds) Deroy Murdock '82 – Syndicated columnist, political commentator Matthew Nelson and Gunnar Nelson – musicians, formerly of chart-topping early '90s band Nelson David Newman – film score composer '71 Michael Newman – former lifeguard and firefighter, Baywatch actor Thomas Newman '73 – film score composer Eddy Oh - musician, member of JJCC Philip Price (musician) '78 – musician, lead singer of the band Winterpills Redfoo (Stefan Kendal Gordy) - musician, member of LMFAO David Roback – musician, Rain Parade, Opal, Mazzy Star. Stephen Rosenbaum '83 – two-time Academy Award-winning visual effects supervisor Jean Sagal and Liz Sagal – former Doublemint Twins and sisters of Katey Sagal Katey Sagal – Married with Children and Sons of Anarchy actress Michael Sandel '71 – professor at Harvard[32] Jay Schroeder – football, Los Angeles Raiders[33] Geoff Schwartz – football, Kansas City Chiefs Mitchell Schwartz – football, Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs Adam Shankman '82 – director and choreographer Stephen Silberkraus – Nevada State Assemblyman District 29[34] Amy Smart – actress Alan Smolinisky – entrepreneur, real estate investor, owner of Palisadian-Post newspaper[35] Kent Steffes – Olympic gold medalist, beach volleyball (1996), professional beach volleyball player Randy Stoklos - (1978) professional beach volleyball player Ted Stryker '89 – KROQ-FM DJ Syd tha Kyd – DJ producer and singer[36] Hallie Todd '79 – actress (maiden name: Hallie Eckstein) Michael Trope '69 – trial lawyer, co-founder of Trope and Decarolis in Los Angeles; previous sports "super" agent; as a lawyer won the largest settlement of back child support in U. S. history in 2010 against Las Vegas magnate Kirk Kerkorian Kiki Vandeweghe – 1976, UCLA and NBA forward, general manager of Denver Nuggets[26] David Wallechinsky '65 – author and essayist Craig Warner '82 – playwright and screenwriter Chris Watts '82 – visual effects supervisor Forest Whitaker '79 – Academy Award-winning actor will.i.am (William James Adams Jr.) – musician, member of The Black Eyed Peas


Sending schools[edit] As some LAUSD zoned high schools do not have enough space to educate all residents in their attendance boundaries, some schools send excess students to Palisades.[5] They were, as of spring 2007: Belmont Crenshaw Dorsey Fairfax Fremont Hamilton Hollywood Jefferson Los Angeles Manual Arts Santee Education Complex Van Nuys Washington Preparatory


Notes[edit] ^ a b "LAUSD School Profile Page". Retrieved January 21, 2007.  ^ "Palisades Charter High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 26, 2017.  ^ "School Description". Campus. Retrieved July 8, 2006. [permanent dead link] ^ [1] Archived February 13, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. ^ a b Max Taves, "Enrollment Demands May Force a Lottery at PaliHi." Palisadian-Post. February 14, 2007. Retrieved on October 22, 2011. ^ "Results + Recognition - Palisades Charter High School". www.palihigh.org. Retrieved 2015-09-26.  ^ "Herbert Aigner; Palisades High Founding Principal" (Obituary). Los Angeles Times/ January 25, 2000. Retrieved on March 29, 2014. ^ Tevi Troy. "Right Read: Michael Medved engages and explains," National Review, February 9, 2005. ^ "Sassy 94-Year-Old Teacher Is Finally Calling It Quits". Huffington Post. March 1, 2013. [permanent dead link] ^ "Millionaire Teacher Won't Quit at 88!" ^ Martha Groves and Louis Sahagun, "Rose Gilbert dies at 95; revered Palisades High English teacher", Los Angeles Times, December 17, 2013. ^ Michael Peck. "Televisionary" (Q&A column), June 28, 2005. ^ Frances Sharpe. "'Star Wars' Character Based on Late Pali High English Teacher, Abrams Tells Palisadian-Post". Palisadian Post. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ "TV REVIEW : '20/20' Takes a Look at Palisades High School." Los Angeles Times. April 21, 1989. Retrieved on March 29, 2014. ^ a b c d Hardy, Terry. "Top of the Class" (education section). Los Angeles Magazine. Emmis Communications, October 1998. Vol. 43, No. 10. ISSN 1522-9149. Start: p. 52. CITED: p. 66. ^ Chavez, Stephanie. "Palisades Schools Get OK for Charter Status : Reform: Program at four campuses is an attempt to raise student achievement standards. It will be watched as a model of how school clusters work." Los Angeles Times. June 29, 1993. Retrieved on March 29, 2014. ^ "Insulting voice mail at Pacific Palisades High School in California-Fiction!". truthorfiction.com. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ snopes (7 June 2015). "Pacific Palisades High School Answering Machine Message". snopes. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ "Palisades High School's Answering Machine". BreakTheChain.org. Archived from the original on October 15, 2011. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ Danielle Gillespie, Palisadian-Post. "Temescal Academy Is Under Way". Retrieved April 22, 2010. (Subscription required (help)).  ^ "Records Set at YMCA Track Meet". Palisadian-Post. June 17, 2004. Retrieved February 28, 2013.  ^ [2][dead link] ^ Chastang, Carol; Seo, Diane (June 19, 1994). "WESTSIDE COVER STORY : Driven to Learn : Minority Students Endure Long Days to Be Bused to Westside Schools, but Sometimes They Get Blamed for Campus Problems". Los Angeles Times.  ^ https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/california/districts/jefferson-union-high/westmoor-high-2360/student-body ^ Weiss, Kenneth R. (January 19, 2002). "A Class That Trades Gym Shorts for Wetsuits". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 29, 2014.  ^ a b [3] (Page 2), Los Angeles Times, retrieved April 16, 2009 ^ "Scott Alexander". archive.is. Archived from the original on January 25, 2013. Retrieved April 18, 2009.  ^ retrieved April 18, 2009 ^ [4] ^ 1979 Palisades High School Yearbook ^ Thomas, Bob (April 17, 1964). "Rusty Hamer Is Worried About Obscurity at 17". Reading Eagle. Reading, Pennsylvania. p. 13. Retrieved August 9, 2015.  ^ Christopher Shea (2009-09-28). "Michael Sandel Wants to Talk to You About Justice". Chronicle.com. Retrieved 2016-01-29.  ^ retrieved April 16, 2009 Archived April 26, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. ^ retrieved November 04, 2014 ^ Martha Groves (2013-01-29). "Pacific Palisades newspaper junkie buys his own paper". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2016-01-29.  ^ Odd Future's Sud tha Kyd talks music identity and the Internet. massapeal.com. p. 1.


Additional references[edit] SportsLine.com on Geoff McArthur Retrieved August 6, 2005. collegesports.com Player Bio: David Koral :: Football Retrieved August 6, 2005. CLASS Speaker: Jay Schroeder Retrieved August 6, 2005.


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