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Los Angeles High School - History
... Early buildings commissioned to house the Los Angeles High School were among the architectural jewels of the city, and were strategically placed at the summit of a hill, the easier to be ... One of the school's long standing mottos is "Always a hill, always a tower, always a timepiece." Construction on Los Angeles' first high school, which was also the first and ... The two-story wooden structure was so big and grand, the finest school south of San Francisco at that time, with classic lines and a tower with a clock in it, that people ...
San Pedro, Los Angeles - Education - Primary and Secondary Schools
... San Pedro is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District ... San Pedro High School, Mary Star of the Sea High School, and the Port of Los Angeles High School are primary senior high schools within the region ... San Pedro High School is home to the protected landmarks in the form of The English Language Arts and Administration Buildings (c ...
Walter Rheinschild - Biography - Early Years
... was born in Lawrence, Kansas in 1884 and raised in Los Angeles, California ... playing football for the Boyle Heights Stars in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles ... With Rheinschild playing fullback, the Stars won what the Los Angeles Times called "the 'scrub' championship of this city." In 1900, Rheinschild enrolled at Los Angeles ...
Los Angeles High School
... Los Angeles High School is the oldest public high school in the Southern California Region and in the Los Angeles Unified School District ... Los Angeles High School is a public secondary high school, enrolling an estimated 2,000 students in grades 9-12 and after operating on a year-round basis consisting of three tracks for ten ... Los Angeles High School receives accreditation approval from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) ...
Los Angeles City High School District - History
... formed in 1890 it served students of the Los Angeles High School while the Los Angeles City School District and various other elementary school districts served elementary and junior high school students ... The high school district expanded its territory by annexing other high school districts and including other elementary school districts in its boundaries ... In 1906, the district took the Jewell Union High School District ...

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