Get to work

Posted on March 27, 2020 by in Announcements

Get to work

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

Due to novel Corona virus, we are to stay at home and do online classes. This is not a break! Seniors are to complete assignments and pass with at least a C in their A – G required courses. If you’ve already completed a course and are taking it again, there is no real worry for the class, however, if you are planning on being accepted to a college then you need to have a good grade in every class.

As for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, you need to do all of your work! You are required to have a certain amount of credits in order to go on to the next grade.

Lastly, if you have any questions message your counselors.

Bezzy takes the stage

Posted on March 19, 2020 by in Features

Bezzy takes the stage

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

Jabez Byrd, also known as “Bezzy”, received information from his history teacher, Francisco Juarez, about a contest to perform at a famous play. The play he competed for was Hamilton, a musical play which tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton. 

The competition required the contestants to perform a song that they’ve created. Among all the other contestants, Jabez won the first part of the competition. However, because Jabez did so well, he was chosen to perform at the Pantages along with nine other talented students. 

So when can we see Jabez perform at the Pantages? Sadly, the Pantages have been postponed. Due to COVID-19, coronavirus, the Hamilton play has been temporarily shut down.

COVID-19 sends student athletes home

Posted on March 17, 2020 by in Sports

COVID-19 sends student athletes home

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

LAUSD decided to cancel all sports practices and games until further notice. The sports that were affected are the following: baseball, softball, track, and volleyball. Each sport was doing well at the time, baseball being 1-1-1, softball being 2 – 0 win in league, boys volleyball 3-0, and track winning every event.

An upcoming hashtag found on Instagram called #redshirtcoronayear is supporting student athletes who are being affected by the virus. It is to defend individuals who are being “[robbed] of eligibility, finishing their careers, or simply playing their sport”.

Friday Sports Round Up

Posted on March 6, 2020 by in Sports

Friday Sports Round Up

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

Boys varsity volleyball beat Mendez 3 – 0 on Wednesday at Mendez. Junior varsity won 2 – 0.

Girls varsity softball destroyed Mendez 17 – 5 on Monday at Mendez. Junior varsity lost 11 -7.

At press time, Track was competing against Roybal Learning Center, Robert F. Kennedy, Mendez LC, Miguel Contreras LC, Helen Bernstein, Belmont, and Downtown Magnet.

Boys Soccer Playoffs Continue

Posted on February 21, 2020 by in Sports

Boys Soccer Playoffs Continue

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

Hollywood High Schools boys soccer team has made it into play offs and are starting it off strong. Winning their first game 6 – 0 against Legacy, they are in for the next game. Today you may find soccer playing after school against Poly. Go root for our team, and hopefully they can take home a ring.

You can follow updates on the soccer team through Max Preps.

Check out these foods for Thanksgiving

Posted on November 22, 2019 by in Features

Check out these foods for Thanksgiving

Julius Joseph
Chronicle Reporter

Thanksgiving is next week, and food is the top priority. Foods you can try out this Thanksgiving could be: green bean casserole, roasted sweet potatoes with honey, Hawaiian rolls, creamed corn bread, deviled eggs, macaroni and cheese, and baked potatoes.

These food choices are absolutely delicious and will make you full in no time. However, you still need to save room for the best course, the desserts. Here are some choices of Thanksgiving desserts: caramel spices pumpkin parfait, pecan pie bars, upside down pumpkin pie, candied yams, strawberry shortcake tiramisu, and double chocolate & caramel turtle trifle.

Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Blood drive saving lives one student at a time!

Posted on October 29, 2019 by in News

Blood drive saving lives one student at a time!

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

Hollywood Highs annual blood drive is here at Hollywood. Donating your blood is said to save up to two or three lives!

You have two donation choices. The normal donation, and the power red donation. Power red extracts certain nutrients from your blood, then returns what they is not taken. Cristal Roblero, the leadership captain, says that you may receive “Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches, cookies, water, juice, and a blood drive shirt” after donating.

But why do we do the blood drive? Cristal Roblero says, “We are helping our community because of all the disasters going on.”

What’s up JROTC?

Posted on October 16, 2019 by in News

What's up JROTC?

Julius Joseph

Chronicle Reporter

With JROTC back in action, what have they been up to?

“Just going through basics..learning about jrotc, its objective, leadership traits, as well as learning about ourselves and each other,” said Cadet 1st Lieutenant Michael Granados.

JROTC is getting back on their feet, building the strong program it once was.

As for future events, you can expect to see JROTCs color guard at the homecoming game against Belmont. They’ll be wearing chrome helmets and their uniforms bearing the ceremonial rifles and flags.


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