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Welcome Back to Hollywood High

Extra-Curricular Activities

a part of “Welcome Back to Hollywood High”, a fictional universe by TvJunkie19.

The role-play follows the lives of the high schoolers that go to Hollywood High School as they deal with the drama of their lives both in and out of school.

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Extra-Curricular Activities

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EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

• The Hollywood High administration encourages all students to participate in at least one extracurricular activity.

• Students must maintain a C average (or better) to be eligible for participation.


Activities listed below include meeting days. If you wish to start a new club at the school you can talk to the club commissioner (pm me) to see if it can be done.

CLUBS

Student Council – Thursdays – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Assistant Principal Mr. Craig Alessi

The student council helps share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principals. They often also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform. For example most schools do food drives, fundraisers and parties.


President: (Senior)
Vice President: (Junior or Senior)
Secretary: Open
Treasurer: Open
Reporter: Open


Dance Committee - Daily when preparing for a dance / allowed to stay at school up until 6:00 p.m. / Assistant Principal Mr. Craig Alessi

When school dances come around the Homecoming Committee work to put on the best dances Hollywood High has ever attended. While the Student Council is expected to lend a helping hand when it comes to the dances the work usually falls on the committee. It is the committees' job to string lights and set up tables. Have the DJ, photographer and chaperons arrive at the dance early so they know what to do and have enough time to set up. Have enough time to go get ready themselves for the party they worked so hard on and have a pre-planned clean up crew for the next day.


Members:


The Crimson Chronicle – Everyday – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. expect on Wednesday its 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Mr. Raul Grijalva

The Crimson Chronicle publishes 1,500 copies of a 12-page paper monthly during the school year. The staff meets usually everyday after school in Room 125. It is up to managing and editorial editor to make sure that everyone is doing their jobs and that the papers are out by the deadline. The Crimson Chronicles are to be issued on the first of every month. If students have ideas, stories, letters or news tips they are free to bring their ideas to the managing or editorial editor.


Managing editor – The managing editor helps the editor make content decisions for the newspaper. The managing editor also takes the leading role with the design and appearance of the newspaper.

Editorial Editor – The opinion or editorial page editor writes the editorials and edits letters to the editor. This person is also responsible for setting the agendas at editorial board meetings and leading the discussions to help the staff come to an agreement about what position it will take on key issues. The opinion or editorial page editor can also be responsible for designing and building the editorial page or pages of the newspaper.

Sports Editor – The sports editor is responsible for all sports news. Depending on the size of the staff, the sports editor may write these stories himself or herself, or he or she may assign others to write them. The sports editor can also be responsible for designing and building the sports page or pages of the newspaper.

News Editor – Depending upon the size of a staff, some newspapers designate a person to be the news editor. At some daily newspapers, this position serves the same function as the metro or city editor. This person is the point person for all news at the school, making assignments for coverage and then giving a first read to all copy.

Copy Editor – Again, depending upon the size of a staff, some newspapers have one person who serves as the copy editor for the paper. This person reads all stories, helps write headlines, cutlines and proofs all pages before they are printed.

Photo/Graphics Editor – One person must serve the same function for photos as the news editor or editor serves for copy. The photo editor is in charge of all graphics and photographs for the newspaper. Depending upon the size of the staff, this person may be able to assign people to shoot photos or design graphics, or he or she may have to do it by him or herself. (Junior or Senior

Reporters – The lifeblood of any newspaper is the people who go out, gather the news and come back and write it. School newspapers should have as many reporters as possible on staff. Assigning them beats and coverage areas is a great way to ensure that school news is being covered adequately.

Advertising Manager – One or more people must be designated to sell and produce advertisements for your newspaper.

Managing Editor: Open (Senior)
Editorial Editor: Open (Senior)
Sports Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
News Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
Copy Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
Photo/Graphics Editor: (Junior or Senior)
Advertising Manager: (Junior or Senior)

Reporters:

•


Key Club - Tuesdays – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Ms. Kelly Bender

High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club.


President: Open (Senior)
Vice President: Open (Junior or Senior)
Treasurer: Open

Members:

•


Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) – Wednesdays – 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm – Mrs. Rachel Diamond

The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student-run club, which provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

The club provides a sense of community and a space for LGBTQ and straight ally youth to build a social network where their identity is respected. The club often organizes barbecues or movie nights, organize field trips to a local LGBT prom or an LGBT pride parade, and attend conferences together. The GSA club work to educate themselves and the school as a whole about sexual orientation and gender identity issues.

They bring in outside speakers to cover a particular topic such as LGBTQ history. They may organize a "Pride Week" or "LGBTQ Awareness Events" and offer a series of educational workshops, panels, and pride celebrations. They have even held a "Teach the Teachers" staff development day in the past, which focused on teaching school staff how to be better allies for LGBTQ students.


President: Open (Senior)
Vice President: Open (Junior or Senior)

Members:

•


Yearbook Committee – Tuesdays / 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. /Mr. Manuel Alas

Yearbooks have become a capstone of the school year for students of all ages. As the summer approaches, students look forward to signing each other's yearbooks and revisiting memories of time spent with classmates and teachers. Yearbooks use photographs and articles to highlight student achievements, after-school club activities, sporting events and school dances. Creating a yearbook requires a dedicated team of hard-working students guided by faculty members. And that is what Hollywood High has. A well-organized school yearbook committee that provides a quality yearbook that students, parents and teachers will cherish year after year.


Members:

•


JROTC – Mondays & Fridays / 3:45 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. / Mr. Terrence Cormier

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. First off you should know that if you choose to join the JROTC you are not than obligated to enter the military after high school. The JROTC simply utilizes the military structure as a vehicle to develop and improve students’ self-discipline, confidence and pride. JROTC uses a unique but proven approach to guide students toward success in high school and beyond.

JROTC students develop leadership, excellence and confidence from direct hands-on skills and values training. Rising through JROTC ranks, students experience success firsthand. Goal setting, winning habits and problem solving become second nature. Students reinforce their own excellence and accomplishment, both in JROTC training and other classes, by earning promotions, uniform ribbons and appointments to teams and color guards. JROTC students sharpen their leadership and confidence skills with things like drill, rifle and academic teams, color guard and summer camp challenge them to use class room lessons as part of a team. In addition, students become positive representatives of their schools and communities.


Members:

•


Teen Battle Chef – Fridays / 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. / Ms. Amy Byrne

Teen Battle Chef empowers youth to challenge themselves on a skills level to adopt a preference for cooking and eating healthy food. Young people develop leadership, teamwork, and culinary skills as well as gain nutrition knowledge and a new appreciation for diverse, healthy and sustainably produced food. In addition they learn about the food system and how they can play a role to help their friends and family make healthier food choices to prevent unhealthy weight and associated disease.


Members:

•


Anime Club – Wednesdays – 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Mrs. Cathy Lubeck

In addition to viewing anime, the club engages in other activities such as viewing anime music videos, reading manga, karaoke and cosplaying. They have a library to lend books and manga to members. Participants of anime club are also involved in volunteering and organization of local anime conventions.


Members:

•


L.A.C.E.R. – Daily / 3:10.- 6:00 p.m. expect on Wednesdays its 1:40 p.m – 6:00 p.m. – Mrs. Lisa Baxter

L.A.C.E.R. stands for Literacy, Arts, Culture, Education, and Recreation. We have a "Whole Child" approach to programming and respect the fact that our students learn in different ways and have different interests. But all classes share a common goal of fostering scholastic achievement, self-confidence and good citizenship.Classes and supplies are free to all students, with a nutritional snack served daily. To enhance learning, weekend and evening field trips to cultural and sporting events are scheduled throughout the school year. Students have up to 5 different classes to choose from daily. All classes have a ratio of at least one instructor to every 10-20 students, with individualized instruction available when requested. The L.A.C.E.R Afterschool Programs offer: Arts, Athletics, Academics, College and Career Prep, L.A.C.E.R. Learning.


Members:

•


Homework Heroes – Everyday / 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. / Mr. Robert Keislar

Homework Heroes is where students who need tutoring go. The tutoring center is open from the start of the day to the end so if students want they can come in for tutoring during their lunch periods, free periods or after-school. While Mr. Keislar is around to supervise the Homework Heroes is a student-student tutoring program, so you will be tutored by one of your peers. The peer tutor/tutee relationship is a unique one. For many students, working with a peer tutor in a particular subject area can be the difference between success and failure. If your serious about your academic than coming in for tutoring is suggested but please don't waste tutors time if your not planning on doing the work.


Tutors:

•

Tutees:

•


Multimedia Club - Fridays / 3:10 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mr. Zach Bonnett

In our increasingly technological world, literacy involves media literacy, i.e. the capacity to be conversant with various forms of media and the ability to employ these media to express oneself. Our Multimedia Club introduces students to multimedia and animation software that allow them to combine photos, narration, animation and videos to create movies in a QuickTime format. Students document Hollywood High activities, such as prep rallies, and are able preserve and share these memories with others, either via DVDs commemorating the school year or movies posted on the web that feature the ongoing activities here at Hollywood High. Students learn to create animations with FlipBoom Animation software and MediaWorks animation software. Film videos with Flipcams and edit the videos with MediaWorks film editor. Take pictures with different cameras and use Microsoft Paint to edit the photos. Import and edit sound files with Sound Companion audio software. Integrate audio, video and animation into Quicktime movies with MediaWorks authoring software and more.


Members:

•


Art Club - Wednesdays / 2:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Teresa Emeloff

The Art Club consists of high school students who love the arts and cannot seem to get enough of them throughout the school day. The club volunteers for local organizations to promote the arts in various ways such as face painting, window painting, and arts advocacy. Our clubs members enjoy open studio nights where they enjoy each other’s fellowship and hone they're artistic skills. The Art Club works very hard to fundraise as well so that they can take trips to broaden they're artistic horizon beyond what is possible in the school setting.


Members:

•


FIDM Fashion Club - Mondays / 3:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Pamela Scott (she's an advisor sent from FIDM college)

The Fashion Club is a group of amazingly fabulous high school students with similar interests in Fashion, Design, Shopping, Sewing, Decorating, Modeling, and/or Beauty—anything related to Fashion- who meet and share ideas, learn new things, explore Fashion opportunities, and showcase their talents. The fashion club has a lot of fun events such as planning and producing runway shows, participating in stylish events, and doing creative activities such as fashion sketching and design - all under the expert guidance of FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, a fashion college headquartered here in Los Angeles.


President:

Members:

• Alessandra Ambrosia
• Shailene Lehman


Outing Club - Fridays / 3:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mr. Cameron Nash

Outing Club members may experience hiking, backpacking, camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, climbing, birding, canoeing and kayaking -- acquiring outdoor skills while they are discovering the natural world that surrounds them. Official trips are scheduled on the weekends and meetings are held on Fridays after school. A technical and non-technical gear co-op is available for free to all dues-paid members. Our gear includes backpacks, skis, tents, sleeping bags and pads, warm weather/rain gear, kayaks, canoes, paddles, crampons, snowshoes, stoves, and much much more.


Members:

• Erik Jorgenson
• Isaiah Scott


COMPETITIVE TEAMS

Glee Club - Mondays & Thursdays / 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. / Mrs. Jasmin Abad

If you've ever seen the show Glee you know exactly what a glee club is. At least you think you know what it is but in truth you really don't. Glee club is literally nothing like the show, at all! There is no dancing or breaking into song in the middle of the hallway. I mean you could break into song but you'd most likely be laughed out of school, because until in the show the other students in the halls aren't just extras who pretend they can't see or hear you. Though, like the show the glee club isn't one of the most popular clubs to join. Honestly glee club is just a really aggressive choir. They do compete against other schools and if you like singing, don't have stage fright and aren't afraid to share the stage; glee club is the perfect place for you.


Members:

• Angelina Etxeberria-Rivera


Robotics - Everyday / 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. expect on Wednesday its 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. / Mr. Richard Heffernan

The Robotics team competes in the FIRST Robotics Competition. The varsity Sport for the MindTM, FRC combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and time limits, teams of 25 students or more are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program robots to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It’s as close to "real-world engineering" as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Students get to learn from professional engineers, build and compete with a robot of their own design, learn and use sophisticated software and hardware, compete and cooperate in alliances and tournaments, earn a place in the world championship and qualify for over $19 million in college scholarships.


Members:

•


Academic Decathlon - Thursdays & Fridays / 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Kristy Jimenez

The California Academic Decathlon is a statewide non-profit organization that promotes an educational experience providing a format in which teams of nine high school students compete in academic events. The Academic Decathlon season involves 4 rounds of competition. The United States Academic Decathlon publishes the curriculum in the spring. Round 1 is a non-scoring scrimmage typically held in November. Round 2 consists of regional competitions held on the first Saturday in February. The winners of Round 2 plus a limited number of invited teams then compete in Round 3 that is the State Championship held in mid-March in Sacramento. As a result of the State Championship, California sends the top two winners onto Round 4, the USAD Nationals held in late April.


Members:

•


Debate Team - Mondays & Fridays / 3:45 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. / Ms. Judith Bridges

The California High School Speech Association, or CHSSA, is a speech and debate organization offered to all schools in the state of California. It is the governing body for local and state speech and debate competitions in California, with higher-level competition under the auspices of the National Forensic League and the National Catholic Forensic League. The league holds the championship tournaments every April. The school competes in the Southern California Debate League and participate and five different tournaments before the championship.


Members:

•


Mathletes - Tuesdays & Wednesdays / 3:30 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. on Tuesdays - 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. / Mr. Joseph Hilton

Competitors in the California Mathematics League, primary focus is to build student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems. There are 6 High School Contests each year, with 6 questions per contest. There is a 30-minute time limit for each contest. On each contest, the last two questions are generally more difficult than the first four. The contest cover a variety of topics; geometry, algebra, trigonometry, logarithms, series, sequences, exponents, roots, integers, real numbers, combinations, probability, coordinate geometry, and more. So if you join this competitive team you better be amazing when it comes to your numbers.


Members:

•

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EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

• The Hollywood High administration encourages all students to participate in at least one extracurricular activity.

• Students must maintain a C average (or better) to be eligible for participation.


Activities listed below include meeting days. If you wish to start a new club at the school you can talk to the club commissioner (pm me) to see if it can be done.

CLUBS

Student Council – Thursdays – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Assistant Principal Mr. Craig Alessi

The student council helps share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principals. They often also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform. For example most schools do food drives, fundraisers and parties.


President: Edgar Beauchamp (running)
Vice President: (Junior or Senior)
Secretary: Open
Treasurer: Open
Reporter: Open


Dance Committee - Daily when preparing for a dance / allowed to stay at school up until 6:00 p.m. / Assistant Principal Mr. Craig Alessi

When school dances come around the Homecoming Committee work to put on the best dances Hollywood High has ever attended. While the Student Council is expected to lend a helping hand when it comes to the dances the work usually falls on the committee. It is the committees' job to string lights and set up tables. Have the DJ, photographer and chaperons arrive at the dance early so they know what to do and have enough time to set up. Have enough time to go get ready themselves for the party they worked so hard on and have a pre-planned clean up crew for the next day.


Members:

• Edgar Beauchamp


The Crimson Chronicle – Everyday – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. expect on Wednesday its 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Mr. Raul Grijalva

The Crimson Chronicle publishes 1,500 copies of a 12-page paper monthly during the school year. The staff meets usually everyday after school in Room 125. It is up to managing and editorial editor to make sure that everyone is doing their jobs and that the papers are out by the deadline. The Crimson Chronicles are to be issued on the first of every month. If students have ideas, stories, letters or news tips they are free to bring their ideas to the managing or editorial editor.


Managing editor – The managing editor helps the editor make content decisions for the newspaper. The managing editor also takes the leading role with the design and appearance of the newspaper.

Editorial Editor – The opinion or editorial page editor writes the editorials and edits letters to the editor. This person is also responsible for setting the agendas at editorial board meetings and leading the discussions to help the staff come to an agreement about what position it will take on key issues. The opinion or editorial page editor can also be responsible for designing and building the editorial page or pages of the newspaper.

Sports Editor – The sports editor is responsible for all sports news. Depending on the size of the staff, the sports editor may write these stories himself or herself, or he or she may assign others to write them. The sports editor can also be responsible for designing and building the sports page or pages of the newspaper.

News Editor – Depending upon the size of a staff, some newspapers designate a person to be the news editor. At some daily newspapers, this position serves the same function as the metro or city editor. This person is the point person for all news at the school, making assignments for coverage and then giving a first read to all copy.

Copy Editor – Again, depending upon the size of a staff, some newspapers have one person who serves as the copy editor for the paper. This person reads all stories, helps write headlines, cutlines and proofs all pages before they are printed.

Photo/Graphics Editor – One person must serve the same function for photos as the news editor or editor serves for copy. The photo editor is in charge of all graphics and photographs for the newspaper. Depending upon the size of the staff, this person may be able to assign people to shoot photos or design graphics, or he or she may have to do it by him or herself. (Junior or Senior

Reporters – The lifeblood of any newspaper is the people who go out, gather the news and come back and write it. School newspapers should have as many reporters as possible on staff. Assigning them beats and coverage areas is a great way to ensure that school news is being covered adequately.

Advertising Manager – One or more people must be designated to sell and produce advertisements for your newspaper.

Managing Editor: Open (Senior)
Editorial Editor: Open (Senior)
Sports Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
News Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
Copy Editor: Open (Junior or Senior)
Photo/Graphics Editor: (Junior or Senior)
Advertising Manager: (Junior or Senior)

Reporters:

• Janice Baggs
• Taylor Cunningham


Key Club - Tuesdays – 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Ms. Kelly Bender

High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club.


President: Open (Senior)
Vice President: Open (Junior or Senior)
Treasurer: Open

Members:

•


Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) – Wednesdays – 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm – Mrs. Rachel Diamond

The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student-run club, which provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

The club provides a sense of community and a space for LGBTQ and straight ally youth to build a social network where their identity is respected. The club often organizes barbecues or movie nights, organize field trips to a local LGBT prom or an LGBT pride parade, and attend conferences together. The GSA club work to educate themselves and the school as a whole about sexual orientation and gender identity issues.

They bring in outside speakers to cover a particular topic such as LGBTQ history. They may organize a "Pride Week" or "LGBTQ Awareness Events" and offer a series of educational workshops, panels, and pride celebrations. They have even held a "Teach the Teachers" staff development day in the past, which focused on teaching school staff how to be better allies for LGBTQ students.


President: Open (Senior)
Vice President: Open (Junior or Senior)

Members:

• Taylor Cunningham
• Tyler Cunningham


Yearbook Committee – Tuesdays / 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. /Mr. Manuel Alas

Yearbooks have become a capstone of the school year for students of all ages. As the summer approaches, students look forward to signing each other's yearbooks and revisiting memories of time spent with classmates and teachers. Yearbooks use photographs and articles to highlight student achievements, after-school club activities, sporting events and school dances. Creating a yearbook requires a dedicated team of hard-working students guided by faculty members. And that is what Hollywood High has. A well-organized school yearbook committee that provides a quality yearbook that students, parents and teachers will cherish year after year.


Members:

• Tyler Cunningham


JROTC – Mondays & Fridays / 3:45 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. / Mr. Terrence Cormier

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. First off you should know that if you choose to join the JROTC you are not than obligated to enter the military after high school. The JROTC simply utilizes the military structure as a vehicle to develop and improve students’ self-discipline, confidence and pride. JROTC uses a unique but proven approach to guide students toward success in high school and beyond.

JROTC students develop leadership, excellence and confidence from direct hands-on skills and values training. Rising through JROTC ranks, students experience success firsthand. Goal setting, winning habits and problem solving become second nature. Students reinforce their own excellence and accomplishment, both in JROTC training and other classes, by earning promotions, uniform ribbons and appointments to teams and color guards. JROTC students sharpen their leadership and confidence skills with things like drill, rifle and academic teams, color guard and summer camp challenge them to use class room lessons as part of a team. In addition, students become positive representatives of their schools and communities.


Members:

•


Teen Battle Chef – Fridays / 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. / Ms. Amy Byrne

Teen Battle Chef empowers youth to challenge themselves on a skills level to adopt a preference for cooking and eating healthy food. Young people develop leadership, teamwork, and culinary skills as well as gain nutrition knowledge and a new appreciation for diverse, healthy and sustainably produced food. In addition they learn about the food system and how they can play a role to help their friends and family make healthier food choices to prevent unhealthy weight and associated disease.


Members:

• Janice Baggs


Anime Club – Wednesdays – 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Mrs. Cathy Lubeck

In addition to viewing anime, the club engages in other activities such as viewing anime music videos, reading manga, karaoke and cosplaying. They have a library to lend books and manga to members. Participants of anime club are also involved in volunteering and organization of local anime conventions.


Members:

•


L.A.C.E.R. – Daily / 3:10.- 6:00 p.m. expect on Wednesdays its 1:40 p.m – 6:00 p.m. – Mrs. Lisa Baxter

L.A.C.E.R. stands for Literacy, Arts, Culture, Education, and Recreation. We have a "Whole Child" approach to programming and respect the fact that our students learn in different ways and have different interests. But all classes share a common goal of fostering scholastic achievement, self-confidence and good citizenship.Classes and supplies are free to all students, with a nutritional snack served daily. To enhance learning, weekend and evening field trips to cultural and sporting events are scheduled throughout the school year. Students have up to 5 different classes to choose from daily. All classes have a ratio of at least one instructor to every 10-20 students, with individualized instruction available when requested. The L.A.C.E.R Afterschool Programs offer: Arts, Athletics, Academics, College and Career Prep, L.A.C.E.R. Learning.


Members:

• Janice Baggs
• Taylor Cunningham
• Tyler Cunningham


Homework Heroes – Everyday / 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. / Mr. Robert Keislar

Homework Heroes is where students who need tutoring go. The tutoring center is open from the start of the day to the end so if students want they can come in for tutoring during their lunch periods, free periods or after-school. While Mr. Keislar is around to supervise the Homework Heroes is a student-student tutoring program, so you will be tutored by one of your peers. The peer tutor/tutee relationship is a unique one. For many students, working with a peer tutor in a particular subject area can be the difference between success and failure. If your serious about your academic than coming in for tutoring is suggested but please don't waste tutors time if your not planning on doing the work.


Tutors:

•

Tutees:

•


Multimedia Club - Fridays / 3:10 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mr. Zach Bonnett

In our increasingly technological world, literacy involves media literacy, i.e. the capacity to be conversant with various forms of media and the ability to employ these media to express oneself. Our Multimedia Club introduces students to multimedia and animation software that allow them to combine photos, narration, animation and videos to create movies in a QuickTime format. Students document Hollywood High activities, such as prep rallies, and are able preserve and share these memories with others, either via DVDs commemorating the school year or movies posted on the web that feature the ongoing activities here at Hollywood High. Students learn to create animations with FlipBoom Animation software and MediaWorks animation software. Film videos with Flipcams and edit the videos with MediaWorks film editor. Take pictures with different cameras and use Microsoft Paint to edit the photos. Import and edit sound files with Sound Companion audio software. Integrate audio, video and animation into Quicktime movies with MediaWorks authoring software and more.


Members:

• Stella Hudgens


Art Club - Wednesdays / 2:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Teresa Emeloff

The Art Club consists of high school students who love the arts and cannot seem to get enough of them throughout the school day. The club volunteers for local organizations to promote the arts in various ways such as face painting, window painting, and arts advocacy. Our clubs members enjoy open studio nights where they enjoy each other’s fellowship and hone they're artistic skills. The Art Club works very hard to fundraise as well so that they can take trips to broaden they're artistic horizon beyond what is possible in the school setting.


Members:

• Oliver Banes
• Taylor Cunningham
• Tyler Cunningham


FIDM Fashion Club - Mondays / 3:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Pamela Scott (she's an advisor sent from FIDM college)

The Fashion Club is a group of amazingly fabulous high school students with similar interests in Fashion, Design, Shopping, Sewing, Decorating, Modeling, and/or Beauty—anything related to Fashion- who meet and share ideas, learn new things, explore Fashion opportunities, and showcase their talents. The fashion club has a lot of fun events such as planning and producing runway shows, participating in stylish events, and doing creative activities such as fashion sketching and design - all under the expert guidance of FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, a fashion college headquartered here in Los Angeles.


President: Aaliyah Lapierre

Members:

• Alessandra Ambrosia
• Shailene Lehman
• Alexis Swirsky


Outing Club - Fridays / 3:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mr. Cameron Nash

Outing Club members may experience hiking, backpacking, camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, climbing, birding, canoeing and kayaking -- acquiring outdoor skills while they are discovering the natural world that surrounds them. Official trips are scheduled on the weekends and meetings are held on Fridays after school. A technical and non-technical gear co-op is available for free to all dues-paid members. Our gear includes backpacks, skis, tents, sleeping bags and pads, warm weather/rain gear, kayaks, canoes, paddles, crampons, snowshoes, stoves, and much much more.


Members:

• Erik Jorgenson
• Isaiah Scott


COMPETITIVE TEAMS

Glee Club - Mondays & Thursdays / 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. / Mrs. Jasmin Abad

If you've ever seen the show Glee you know exactly what a glee club is. At least you think you know what it is but in truth you really don't. Glee club is literally nothing like the show, at all! There is no dancing or breaking into song in the middle of the hallway. I mean you could break into song but you'd most likely be laughed out of school, because until in the show the other students in the halls aren't just extras who pretend they can't see or hear you. Though, like the show the glee club isn't one of the most popular clubs to join. Honestly glee club is just a really aggressive choir. They do compete against other schools and if you like singing, don't have stage fright and aren't afraid to share the stage; glee club is the perfect place for you.


Members:

• Angelina Etxeberria-Rivera
• Janice Baggs
• Catalina Perez
• Edgar Beauchamp


Robotics - Everyday / 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. expect on Wednesday its 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. / Mr. Richard Heffernan

The Robotics team competes in the FIRST Robotics Competition. The varsity Sport for the MindTM, FRC combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and time limits, teams of 25 students or more are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program robots to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It’s as close to "real-world engineering" as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Students get to learn from professional engineers, build and compete with a robot of their own design, learn and use sophisticated software and hardware, compete and cooperate in alliances and tournaments, earn a place in the world championship and qualify for over $19 million in college scholarships.


Members:

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Academic Decathlon - Thursdays & Fridays / 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. / Mrs. Kristy Jimenez

The California Academic Decathlon is a statewide non-profit organization that promotes an educational experience providing a format in which teams of nine high school students compete in academic events. The Academic Decathlon season involves 4 rounds of competition. The United States Academic Decathlon publishes the curriculum in the spring. Round 1 is a non-scoring scrimmage typically held in November. Round 2 consists of regional competitions held on the first Saturday in February. The winners of Round 2 plus a limited number of invited teams then compete in Round 3 that is the State Championship held in mid-March in Sacramento. As a result of the State Championship, California sends the top two winners onto Round 4, the USAD Nationals held in late April.


Members:

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Debate Team - Mondays & Fridays / 3:45 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. / Ms. Judith Bridges

The California High School Speech Association, or CHSSA, is a speech and debate organization offered to all schools in the state of California. It is the governing body for local and state speech and debate competitions in California, with higher-level competition under the auspices of the National Forensic League and the National Catholic Forensic League. The league holds the championship tournaments every April. The school competes in the Southern California Debate League and participate and five different tournaments before the championship.


Members:

• Edgar Beauchamp


Mathletes - Tuesdays & Wednesdays / 3:30 p.m.- 4:45 p.m. on Tuesdays - 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. / Mr. Joseph Hilton

Competitors in the California Mathematics League, primary focus is to build student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems. There are 6 High School Contests each year, with 6 questions per contest. There is a 30-minute time limit for each contest. On each contest, the last two questions are generally more difficult than the first four. The contest cover a variety of topics; geometry, algebra, trigonometry, logarithms, series, sequences, exponents, roots, integers, real numbers, combinations, probability, coordinate geometry, and more. So if you join this competitive team you better be amazing when it comes to your numbers.


Members:

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