Seniors, start returning your books

Posted on May 9, 2019 by in Announcements, News

Seniors, start returning your books

Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

Graduation is approaching quickly meaning now is the time to start returning your overdue textbooks and library books.

To graduate it is mandatory that you return/pay for your overdue items. This does not only include any fines you have from Hollywood’s library, it also goes for any other items you need to return/pay from other schools in the district.

If by any chance you lost your book and want to save yourself some money from paying the full fine, you are able to purchase a used book from online and replace your missing book like that.

Visit the library or textbook room to ask about your record if you are not sure about having any overdue items.

The deadline to turn in all of your books and clear your record for graduation practice is Friday, May 31.

Pay for your AP exam(s)

Posted on March 21, 2019 by in News

ap test

Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

If you are interested in taking an AP exam, click here to register. Tomorrow, March 22nd, is the last day to register. There are no exceptions.

Once you have submitted your exam(s) order, visit the student store during nutrition or lunch to pay $5 per exam. To pay during the school day, ask for a pass from your teacher so you can pay during class time.

Note: You do not need to be in an AP class to be able to take an AP exam.

Come and visit the Los Angeles LGBT Center

Posted on March 1, 2019 by in Features

Come and visit the Los Angeles LGBT Center

Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

The LGBTQ+ club attended Models Of Pride Leadership Insitute on Mar. 1st. A group consisted of 20 students walked to Los Angeles LGBTQ center to experience a safe environment with informational content about the community.

The club got to meet staff, CAN Leaders, and students from other ten schools. They also had discussions and activities about rights that high school students have.

Lunch and snacks were given to the students. Surveys were given as well to make the student’s voices heard. Positivity and kindness was spread all day.

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is open everyday and welcomes anyone to come to visit and make a friend. There are seven center locations all around Los Angeles.

An update for the seniors

Posted on February 8, 2019 by in News

An update for the seniors

Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

To the seniors who purchased a number two package or higher, you are able to pick up a field trip slip for the senior breakfast in the student store during nutrition and lunch.

The senior breakfast will be held on Friday, Feb. 22. The field trip slips are to be signed and turned in by no later than next Friday, the 15th, by 12:30 p.m. There are no exceptions.

The student store also has ICED tassels and keychains for those seniors who have not picked theirs up yet. 

Teacher strike affects extracurricular activities

Posted on January 10, 2019 by in News


Elvira Roman, Kahliyah Williams, and Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporters

As many know, teachers will be going on strike on Monday and it is unknown for how long. Many teachers will be striking, substitutes will be limited, and student’s education will most likely be delayed. But what happens to students who have tutoring after school, or are in certain clubs and/or sports?

Here is an update for people who have questions regarding what will occur to anyone in after school sports and clubs. Basketball and soccer are the current sports that will be affected due to the strike.

SAS Counselor and Athletic Director Raul Grijalva said, “Basketball and soccer games are cancelled and there’s a possibility of rescheduling… L.A.C.E.R. will be cancelled, [but tutoring] is still happening.”

“Nobody wants a strike [to happen] but we’re standing up for students and teachers rights,” he said.

The teacher strike is really going to throw things off for a lot of sport programs at LAUSD schools. For anyone in sports, it has been said that teams are not allowed to play any games or even go to practice.  It is going to be different for players not being able to play and practice with each other any time soon since it is usually a part of their daily routine. During the meantime, many students who do any extracurricular activities will have more time to do homework.

Jacqueline Ramirez, a senior at Hollywood High School who plays basketball, gave us her opinion on how she feels about the strike. “I’m mad that basketball is being cancelled; it’s my senior year and I want to play as many games as possible. We are doing good as a team so it sucks not being able to finish what we started. I guess we aren’t allowed to practice but our coach wants us to run two miles each day… we are trying to get far in playoffs so we can’t be missing days of practice.”

A gift that keeps on giving

Posted on December 6, 2018 by in Features


Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

Are you on a budget this Christmas but still want to buy your loved ones presents? Here is a list of some gift ideas you can buy them that are just under $10.

1. Fuzzy socks –

You can’t go wrong with having fuzzy socks. Everyone needs some warm feet this winter.








2. A mini speaker –

Anyone would appreciate this mini speaker if they love bopping to music.








3. Beanies –

Beanies are the new look this year, so give someone’s look a pop of color.









4. An adult coloring book –

Coloring is fun and can be relaxing so gift this to someone who needs a stress reliever.







5. A gift card

Unsure of what to gift someone? Buy them a gift card so they can purchase what they like.

Dodgers head to the World Series

Posted on October 22, 2018 by in Sports


Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

The Los Angeles Dodgers will play in the World Series for the second year in a row after defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 5-1 Saturday night in the seventh game.

Christian Yelich put Milwaukee ahead with a solo home run in the first inning off rookie Walker Buehler. Cody Bellinger hit a two-run home run in the second that gave Los Angeles the lead. Puig added to the Dodgers’ lead with a three-run home run. He celebrated wildly going around the bases as the Dodgers made it 5-1.

“I was extremely happy when the Dodgers won because that meant they were going to the World Series,” said Anthony Sales, TCA senior. “Let’s go Dodgers!”

The 2018 World Series begins Tuesday with the Boston Red Sox hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers at 5:09 p.m. PST from Fenway Park. You are able to tune into the World Series on FOX Sports.

Check out for more information.

Cultural Diversity in HHS

Posted on May 15, 2018 by in News


Look Bomb for Prom

Posted on April 24, 2018 by in Features

Look Bomb for Prom

Elissa Martinez and Elvira Roman

Chronicle Reporters

Prom is in four days and if you’re not prepared then here are some last minute things you should know. Are you wondering if anybody has bought the same dress or tux as you that you plan on wearing to prom? Well, an Instagram account by the name of @hwoodprom2018 shares pictures of other student’s outfits for prom to prevent a fashion disaster. The account has 43 posts and includes pictures of both girls and guys’ outfits. Students are able to share their post anonymously by sending a picture of their outfit through direct messages. If you see a picture of someone with the same dress as you, it is obviously too late to buy a different dress, so all you have to do is rock the one you have as best as you can and make it unique.

Attire is the main focus when preparing for prom which eventually leads to students buying their corsage last minute. If you still have not bought your corsage, Google your nearest florist shop and give them a call to ask if they sell corsages. There are two types of corsages you can get: an artificial corsage or a corsage with a real flower. Artificial flower corsage prices range from $10 to $15 and real flower corsage prices range from $20 to $45.

A Silent Nerve-Wracking Thriller You Need to See

Posted on April 14, 2018 by in Entertainment


Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

A Quiet Place states in the trailer that if they hear you, they haunt you. This movie is about a family who have to live in silence in order to survive because these flesh-eating creatures who have taken over hunt by sound. While attempting to survive, they try to figure out the creatures’ weakness to destroy them.

A Quiet Place was a very silent movie to where if you were munching on some popcorn during the really silent parts almost everyone was able to hear you. Every time someone made a noise in the movie I couldn’t help but hold my breath since it was so nerve-wracking. The jump scares also got me and most of the audience because that was the only time the movie got really loud. Overall the movie was great and it is highly recommended that you watch it in the movie theater to get the full thrilling experience.

Click here to check out the trailer for A Quiet Place.

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