Los Angeles High School

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Los Angeles High School
Los Angeles High School logo
School Founded 1873
Team Established
History
City Los Angeles, CA
Team Colors Navy Blue & White
Principal Raul Fernandez, Frank Nishimura
Head Coach
Associate/Other Head Coach(es)
National Championships NONE
State Championships NONE
Regional/County Championships Conference II (2000), Conference IV (1999), (2001)
Region/County Location LAUSD
Highest Finish 5th State (2000)
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Los Angeles High School

4650 West Olympic Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90019

Telephone (323) 900-2700

Fax (323) 936-8455

School Profile[edit]

Mission: The Los Angeles High School community is committed to producing self-directed, life-long learners by providing our diverse student body with the skills they need to become critical thinkers, collaborative workers, effective communicators, and technologically literate individuals.

Vision: Los Angeles High School’s vision is to promote strength of character through the development of personal responsibility, integrity, and the ability to learn and grow in a culturally diverse and technologically advanced society.

Academic Decathlon[edit]

Los Angeles High School Academic Decathlon's best year occurred in 2000, when they placed second in LAUSD with a new school record of 49,020 points, just 77 points behind region champion El Camino Real. At this competition, scholastics Igor Sapozhnikov (8,706 points) and Vladimir Kogan (7,967 points) placed first and third in their division, respectively. Tae Hong placed third overall in the honors division with 8,547 points. The team would go on to finish fifth overall at the state competition with a score of 47,572.

Under coach James Hatem, Los Angeles High School took first in Super Quiz at the California State competition in 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2006. They placed second in 2002 and third in 2003. Scores from 2004 and 2005 are unknown.

Los Angeles High School won both Super Quiz relay and Super Quiz overall at the LAUSD regional competitions every year from 1998 to 2002 and in 2004. In 2003 and 2005, they placed second and third in Super Quiz relay, respectively, but went on to win Super Quiz overall due to a stronger performance in the written portion.