Jacklyn M Roland Gettleman born August 12, 1939 in Hollywood, CA to John and Herta (Cours) Roland she was the older sister to Rita. She passed away on May 4, 2012 at 9:56 AM in her home in Thousand s Oaks, CA.
Jackie grew up Hollywood attended Blessed Sacrament, then graduated from Hollywood High School in 1958. She loved the glamorous "Old Hollywood" she grew up in and was a product of that environment her whole life. She bemoaned the decline of her…Continue
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Are the media’s predictions that books are obsolete true? Not according to what is going on at the Hollywood High’s School Library. On any given day one will see students in the library using both books and the Internet to conduct research and to read for pleasure. The…Continue
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In fond remembrance of Robert Sandstrom. Regretfully, has passed away.
Kelly Mundt (Daughter-In-Law)
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While looking through the Hollywood High website..My father went to school there I'm thinking 1929-1933..I know he mention it when I was 10 or 12 years old. He passed away in 1961,his name is almost exactly the same as mine..he was Frederick Dominic Von During.
The last name is two words Von During, although during WWII he temporarily changed it to Fred D. During so he could enlist and fight Germans. Anyway, I didn't know where to start..I guess if there is a list of student names from…
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Hello HHS Alumni Museum,
I have the entire scrapbook of the Kingsmen from it's founding thru 1963.
I would like to donate this to the Museum.
Vance Studley (Kingsmen)
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Dear HHS, It is with grief that I inform you of the passing of my Mother, Georgia Lundy, Class of 1951. She is survived by her Brother Barry Lundy also of HHS, and Jim Lundy of Fairfax HS. her husband of almost 50 years Robert Brown of Montebello HS and her 3 Children Christopher, Allison and Riley, 5 Grand Children and 2 Great Grand Childern. Thank you for being a part of our family for many years. Riley Brown.
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This past school year saw Hollywood High School 's Performing Arts Magnet making news, the elite magnet singing group H2O under the direction of Celebrity Musical Director Stormy Sacks performed on at the Los Angeles Convention Center in front of 6,000 people on stage with the Broadway Cast of the Tony Award Winning show MEMPHIS.
H2O also perfomred live on KTLA Morning News, KCAL 9 News which mentioned Hollywood High School.
The ABC Network Show 20/20 profiled the Hollywood…Continue
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Hollywood High School's very own H2O performed at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with a Wizard of Oz Sing-A-Long to a sold-out audience.
This photo was posted by Cici Cattan Godinez and she has a beautiful album on Facebook with many photos from last night's event …Continue
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I enjoyed taking a look at these wonderful photos from the recent 1991 and 1992 20-year join reunion that just took place. Photos are starting to show up on the internet and they look like they had an amazing time!
Start planning your reunion too and get your fellow Sheiks involved...it's not that hard, these grads didn't even use a professional company and their event came out very professionally!…Continue
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Well Sheiks, it looks like the folks from 1991 and 1992 had an amazing reunion last night and the grads from those years held their joint reunion. The photos of food, fun and festivities can be found on this Facebook group:
And in speaking with the organizers, they did it themselves and decided against having a professional company do it and it would seem it…Continue
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Since I had been approached about the 1963 Hollywood High School class reunion, I was doing a little poking around online for any 1963 "look back" information and material and found a really interesting article about the 1963 Corvette Z06 on here and you'll enjoy reading the car articles in the process. The story is on pages 28 and 29.
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Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.
Hollywood High School Performing Arts Magnet Facebook Group is a place where our teachers, students and fans are sharing ideas and events information with you about the Magnet.
Please consider joining in…Continue
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Hi administrators for the web site!
I think this email should be directed towards Carole Wells.
My name is Neil Menzies S64 and I was responsible for getting the museum display for Heather Menzies put together along with Jeanne Hon and Jerry Massey.
I came across another alumni who I feel should be recognized via the museum. His name is Randy Tuten S65. Randy was a prolific and extremely talented artist while he was at Hollywood High.…Continue
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I received these lyrics from the 1971/1972 class reunion organizers and I was sure curious how many different ways this has been recorded and sung. If you'd like, you can record your version on YouTube and post a link in the comments below.
Adapted from the University of Illinois Loyalty Song, “We’re Loyal to You Illinois,” words and music by T.H. Guild, copyright 1907, by T.H. Guild.
We’re loyal to you…
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Four and a half years ago – when I first stepped foot on the American soil in the JFK international airport on a layover flight from Moscow to Los Angeles, I was clueless. With only a slight understanding of English, no actual life plan and $50 dollars in our pockets, my mother and I arrived to our new apartment not too far from Hollywood High School. Thinking it was a good idea for me to learn English prior to attending high school, I…
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Today at 5:30pm, dozens of incredibly gifted and talented students from our very own Hollywood High School attended the Achieve the Honorable Ceremony. This annual award celebration included the presentation of colors from the Hollywood High JROTC as well as a live singing performance from the school's H2O singers. Tens of thousands in scholarships were awarded to worthy students to help with college needs and tuition.
An extensive list of Gold and Silver Seal Bearers was…Continue
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Rob Grill, 67, a singer and bassist for the 1960s rock band The Grass Roots, died Monday at the Hospice facility in Lake County Florida, said Michael Hensley, director of the medical examiner's office. The cause was not given.
Grill sang on Grass Roots hits "Midnight Confession" " The Temptation Fyes" "Sooner or Later" and " Let's Live For Today"
After song writer P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri had a hit with "Where Were You When I Needed You" in 1966, they recruited Grill and…Continue
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The 1967 American musical film starring legendary Julie Andrews was adapted to the stage and the Hollywood High School's opening night yesterday was nothing short of amazing and I've seen many Broadway plays. This was good, really and truly great actually. Except for the fact that middle-aged characters were being portrayed by teens, I completely lost track of the fact that…Continue