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LA High School Centennial Celebration
By Staff


Oct. 21

This October, Los Angeles High School will celebrate 100 years at its current location at Olympic and Rimpau with “A Roman Renaissance,” heralding a new start and exciting new direction for LA High. The school, originally founded downtown in 1873, moved to its current, and fourth, location — 4650 W. Olympic Blvd. — in 1917.The celebratory weekend is planned for Oct. 20 & 21 at 7:00 pm, and will be hosted at the Petersen Automotive Museum in the Bruce Meyer Family Gallery. Alumni recipients George Takei, the actor and social justice activist; Milt Larsen, magician and entertainer and Gerry Brown, Grammy Award-winning recording engineer and producer will honored at the gala. Limited to 300 seats, tickets for the gala are $150 and include entrance to the museum, dinner, walk around magicians, a photo booth and a fun and exciting awards show. Tickets are available at For more information, contact Joyce Kleifield, executive director of The Harrison Trust at Los Angeles High School, at 323-900-4506 or

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