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October 18, 1995
The Bolsa Chica Foundation has awarded its 1995 scholarship to Huntington Beach High School graduate Katie Roper. Roper, who graduated with honors, is studying environmental ethics and technology at Humboldt State University. The $300 scholarship is given in the name of Grace Winchell, who retired last year after many years on the council and on the city's Planning Commission.
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September 5, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The new school year begins today at Huntington Beach High School, but it is losing its top administrator. Principal John Myers, who left as Ocean View High School's principal to take over the Huntington Beach job this year, has tentatively accepted an administrative job in the school district's central offices. If the school board approves the move as expected next week, Myers will become the Huntington Beach Union High School District's assistant superintendent for instruction.
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April 25, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
Victor Molina was honored this week at an awards banquet as the best Orange County high school wrestler in his weight class. But Molina was grappling for his life. Molina, a 17-year-old Huntington Beach High School senior, and a friend, John Hayen, 18, remained in critical condition at Western Medical Center-Santa Ana with internal injuries suffered in a car accident early Saturday.
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November 3, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
School officials have applied for a $150,000 state grant that would allow Huntington Beach High School students to participate along with senior citizens in an intergenerational oral history and computer tutorial program. The seniors would give students in 11th-grade American history classes an oral account of their lives and times.
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May 6, 1997 | JENNIFER LEUER
One year after a name change and a major staff overhaul, Huntington Beach High School's Academy for the Performing Arts is making parents and students happy again. The 4-year-old magnet school, formerly the School for the Performing Arts, got a new staff last summer and established a partnership with the high school after its success was threatened by declines in parent support and student involvement. "It's been a year of transition," said Robert Rotenberry, director of acting.
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February 13, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
School district trustees received a recommendation this week calling for the creation in September of an academy for performing arts at Huntington Beach High School. The goal is to enrich dance, theater, singing and instrumental music studies by concentrating them in a central setting. Officials said they hope that the academy would stop the drain of top students from Huntington Beach Union High School District to the performing arts academy at Los Alamitos High School.
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May 13, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
Several students urged the Huntington Beach Union High School District Board of Trustees this week to rescind a month-old policy that allows police dogs to sniff for drugs in lockers and cars at school campuses. Cynthia Foster, 17, a senior at Huntington Beach High School, told trustees that the practice violates the Constitution's Fourth Amendment prohibiting unreasonable searches.
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May 22, 1996
Prime seating for the city's annual Fourth of July parade is available. Tickets are $5 and are limited. This year's parade is themed "Salute to the Olympic Games" and will begin at 9 a.m. on Main Street. Tickets to the fireworks show at Huntington Beach High School stadium are also available for $5. The 9 p.m. show, "The American Adventure," will be produced by Pyro Spectacular, producer of pyrotechnic displays for the Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
SPORTS
November 10, 1989 | STUART MATTHEWS
Huntington Beach High School locked up a share of the Sunset League championship for the first time since 1983 with a 28-11 victory over visiting Fountain Valley Thursday night at Sheue Field. Doug Cunningham, making his first start at quarterback since he was a freshman on the sophomore team in 1986, scored all of Huntington Beach's four touchdowns on the ground. Huntington Beach Coach George Pascoe switched Cunningham from tailback to quarterback to give his team a "different angle."
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