Contents 1 History 2 Academics and academic performance 3 Athletics 4 Filming location 5 Neighborhoods zoned to Venice 6 Notable alumni 7 Hall of Fame 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] Replica of Spiritual (model, Myrna Loy) in front of Venice High School The school was established in 1911 (then called "Venice Union Polytechnic High School") when classes were held in an old lagoon bathhouse two blocks from the beach. It moved to a new neo-romanesque structure at its present 29-acre campus two miles inland a decade later. A famous statue, installed in 1922 and for which then-unknown Venice High School student Myrna Loy served as model, stood on the front lawn of Venice High School for over 70 years. An unsightly cage was erected to prevent vandalism, but the statue was ultimately removed and sent to indoor storage in 1998. However, a bronze-cast replacement statue was mounted before 2,000 cheering onlookers in an April 2010 ceremony. On March 10, 1933, the school was seriously damaged by the Long Beach earthquake. As a result, classes were held in hastily constructed tents for two years until a replacement school was built. Art Deco earthquake-resistant buildings were built in 1935, and are still used by the school today.[10] In fall 2007, some neighborhoods zoned to Hamilton High School were rezoned to Venice High School.[11] On May 15, 2009, students staged a walkout in response to LAUSD increasing class sizes and cutting teachers.[12] Students who engaged in the walkout received support from the ACLU and the National Lawyers Guild in clearing their truancies on that particular day. A similar walkout occurred in 1951 when school administration disqualified a candidate for student body office because of a questionable campaign speech. Administration retaliated by focusing on agitators within the heretofore self-selective service clubs, suspending the clubs and then reorganizing them later with a more pliant membership. Small protests (e.g. graffiti, lawn burnings, tree fellings) continued sporadically for a year.[13]

Academics and academic performance[edit] As of 1998 the school has mathematics and science programs and a magnet program that explores international politics.[14] As of 2017, the World Languages and Global Studies Magnet offers courses in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French and Spanish.[15] Venice High School won back-to-back National Science Bowl championships in 1996 and 1997,[16] and won regional championships in 1993, 1994 and 2005.[17][18][19] Venice High School is one of only three schools that have won two National Science Bowl championships.[20] In 1998 Richard Lovett, the president of the Creative Artists Agency (CAA), gave self-esteem courses to the students, and Terry Hardy of Los Angeles Magazine wrote that the CAA "has adopted Venice High as its very own."[14]

Athletics[edit] An historically successful sports competitor, Venice High fields 16 sports with most teams competing in the Western League of the CIF LA City Section. The football team has won 9 of the last 10 Western League titles and the baseball team has won five City championships (1967, 1972, 1984, 1985, 1986). The girls' softball team won the CIF LA City Section Division 2 championship in 2013. The basketball team won the City championship in 1948. The boys' swimming team won three consecutive City championships in the 1950s (even before the school had an on-campus pool). The school also captured the City championship in golf in 2011 and 2012. The boys' volleyball team won back-to-back City Championships in 1991 and 1992. Eight graduates have appeared in Major League Baseball and NFL games in the last 20 years[21]

Filming location[edit] Venice High School was used as the Rydell High School location for the 1978 movie Grease—in which the opening shot was the Myrna Loy statue. The school was also used in other movies such as A Nightmare on Elm Street, American History X, Matchstick Men, and Heathers, as well as in several music videos, including Britney Spears' international hit "...Baby One More Time", Bowling for Soup's "High School Never Ends", Cher Lloyd's "Oath", and Young MC's "Principal's Office".[22] Venice is also in The Faders' "No Sleep Tonight". Additionally, aerial photographic images of the school were used to show the location of the high school in the 1987 movie Masters of the Universe. The campus was also used for the TV show Glee on an episode ("Yes/No", aired January 17, 2012) which recreates the classic "Summer Nights" scene from Grease, as made famous by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John (and filmed on the same location). The Australian TV series Rake also used Venice High School as a filming location.[23] The music video for Alesso's 2014 song "Cool" was also shot here.[24]

Neighborhoods zoned to Venice[edit] Three University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) student housing facilities for families are zoned to Venice High School.[25] They include Rose Avenue Apartments,[26] University Village,[27] and Venice-Barry Apartments.[28] Rose Avenue had been rezoned from Hamilton High School to Venice in 2007.[29]

Notable alumni[edit] Doug Slaten Larry Atkins, NFL linebacker, Kansas City, Oakland 1999–2004 David Bluthenthal (now "Blu"), led Israeli team to 2004 Euroleague basketball championship Cliff Bourland, 1948 Summer Olympics 4X400 gold medal; US 400m champion Craig Breedlove, land-speed world record holder [30] Beau Bridges, film actor[31] John Bromfield, actor, television star[32] Les Clark, legendary Disney animator and one of Disney's Nine Old Men Leon Clarke, NFL end 1956–63, twice in Pro Bowl [[John Clayton- (jazz musician) Bass player, arranged/composed or played for: Count Basie Orchestra, Queen Latifah (grammy awarded) "Mancini Generation", Amsterdam Philharmonic, and "Clayton Brothers" band (grammy nominated).Teaches at Univ of So Cal Thorton school of Music. Artistic director of jazz at L.A. Philharmonic. [33] Gary Collins, actor and TV personality Walter Cunningham, NASA astronaut, (Apollo 7 pilot)[34] Karen Fukuhara, actress Crispin Glover, actor Gogi Grant (Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg), singer Shin Hye-sung, South Korean singer and lead vocalist of six-member boy band Shinhwa Donna Loren, singer and actress; "Dr Pepper girl" J. P. Losman, NFL quarterback, Buffalo, Oakland 2004–09, Miami 2011 Myrna Loy, (Myrna Williams), film actress, voted "Queen of Hollywood" in 1938 Teena Marie (Mary Christine Brockert), singer, songwriter, producer Dana McLemore, NFL defensive back, New Orleans, San Francisco, 1982–87 Jonas Mouton, NFL linebacker, San Diego, 2011–present Andrea Murez, Israeli-American Olympic swimmer Steven Okazaki, filmmaker Peggy Oki, surfer, skateboarder, artist, environmental activist Stacy Peralta, skateboarder, surfer, documentary film director Don Perry, 6-time AAU and NCAA champion in gymnastic rope climb, world record holder Doug Slaten, MLB pitcher for Washington Nationals Harry Snyder, founder of In-N-Out Burger chain Joanie Sommers (Joan Drost), singer, "Pepsi Girl" Larry Stevenson, skateboard pioneer, designer Jerry Turner, MLB player 1974–83 for San Diego, Detroit, Chicago White Sox [35]

Hall of Fame[edit] The Venice High School Hall of Fame was introduced by the Venice High School Alumni Association in 2017. The inaugural inductees were Beau Bridges (class of 1959), John Clayton (1969), Walter Cunningham (1950), Robby Duron (faculty), Skip Engblom, (1967), Bill Fairbanks (faculty), Artie Harris (faculty), Donna Loren (1963), Myrna Loy (1921; posthumous), Abbot Kinney (posthumous), Dana McLemore (1978), Ken Medlock (1967), Audrey O'Brien Griffin (1954), Peggy Oki (1973), Billy E. Paney (faculty), George Rose (faculty), Jeffery Shimizu (faculty), Harry Snyder (1932; posthumous), Tony Vazquez (1973), Clifford L. Warner (1980), and Sam Whipple (1978).[36][37]

See also[edit] Los Angeles portal Schools portal

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