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July 31, 1997
A health clinic that will serve Hollywood High School's 3,000 students opened Wednesday with a celebration hosted by the school's faculty and staff. The free clinic will be staffed 2 1/2 days a week by a doctor, nurse, mental health clinician and health educator affiliated with Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Many students who have no access to health care will be able to get services such as physical examinations and health information, school officials said.
May 12, 1988
The father of a teen-age musician who was beaten and strangled to death and dumped in a ventilation shaft at Hollywood High School has offered a $10,000 reward for his son's killer. The son, Robert Peter Campo Jr., 18, was last seen about 1:30 a.m. Feb. 2 near Franklin and Highland avenues after purchasing cigarettes with a friend, Los Angeles Police Detective Rick Swanston said. Campo told his friend he was going for a walk on Sunset Boulevard.
June 25, 1995
A 10th-grade student from Hamilton High School has been named a 1995 Christopher Scholar. Norma Sanchez was one of five Los Angeles Unified high school students to receive the award, which carries a $12,000 scholarship upon graduation from high school. Each Christopher Scholar who graduates from high school with a 3.25 grade-point average or higher will receive an additional $4,000 scholarship.
July 28, 1988
Orion Walker, a ninth-grader at Walter Reed Junior High School in North Hollywood, was awarded first place in the Los Angeles Public Library's Teen Short Story Contest during recent ceremonies at the Eagle Rock Branch Library, 5027 Caspar Ave. Author and screenwriter Burt Prelutsky judged the entries. Second place in the contest, which drew 278 entries from 66 Los Angeles-area schools, went to Greg Wesley, a junior at Hollywood High School. Walker and Wesley also won their grade divisions.
December 4, 2007 | Susannah Rosenblatt
A 15-year-old Hollywood High School student was shot across the street from campus as classes began Monday, authorities said. The student was on the northeast corner of Sunset Boulevard and Highland Avenue about 7:30 a.m. when an unidentified person shot him in the leg, said Sgt. Todd Trulock of the Los Angeles Police Department's Hollywood Division.
November 15, 1990
Norman N. Nicholson, who taught at Sun Valley Junior High School for about 30 years, has died in a Burbank hospital. He was 69. A longtime resident of Burbank, Nicholson died Monday of cancer, said his wife, Martha Nicholson. Born Nov. 9, 1921, in Los Angeles, Nicholson graduated from Hollywood High School in 1939 and served in the Coast Guard during World War II. In the early 1950s, he began teaching English, history and physical education at Sun Valley Junior High School. He retired in 1983.
January 28, 1988 | ROSE DOSTI, Times Staff Writer
Dear SOS: Hollywood High School counts among its alumnae Carol Burnett, Suzanne Somers and my sister Barbara. I know at least one of these would love the Hollywood High Sweet Roll recipe, circa 1970. --BOB Dear Bob: Good try--it worked. Here's the City School Sweet Rolls we've had in our files for some time with tremendous success. If it isn't the exact recipe, it will be close enough to trigger fond memories.
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