Beverly Hills High School

Beverly Hills High School
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Beverly Hills High School is located in Western Los Angeles
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School is located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School is located in California
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School is located in the US
Beverly Hills High School
Beverly Hills High School
241 Moreno Drive
Beverly Hills, California 90212
United States
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TypePublic high school
MottoToday well lived
Established1927
School districtBeverly Hills Unified School District
PrincipalMark Mead
Faculty106.90 (on FTE basis)[1]
Grades9th–12th
Enrollment1,877 (as of 2012–13)[1]
Student to teacher ratio20.59[1]
Color(s)     Orange
     Black
Team nameNormans
NewspaperHighlights
YearbookWatchtower
Website

Beverly Hills High School (usually abbreviated as "Beverly" or as "BHHS") is the only major public high school in Beverly Hills, California. The other public high school in Beverly Hills, Moreno High School, is a small alternative school located on Beverly's campus.

Beverly is part of the Beverly Hills Unified School District and located on 19.5 acres (7.9 ha) on the west side of Beverly Hills, at the border of the Century City area of Los Angeles. The land was previously part of the Beverly Hills Speedway board track, which was torn down in 1924. Beverly, which serves all of Beverly Hills, was founded in 1927. The original buildings were designed by Robert D. Farquhar in the French Normandy style. The school previously received income from its on-campus oil tower.

History

Beverly Hills High School was originally in the Los Angeles City High School District.[2] On March 23, 1936, the Beverly Hills Elementary School District left the Los Angeles City High School District and formed the Beverly Hills High School District; by operation of law this became the Beverly Hills Unified School District.[3]