Photograph of a view of Hollywood High School, Sunset Avenue and Highland Avenue, 1916. Overlooking a well-groomed courtyard are two clearly visible buildings. The left building, which is about three-stories tall and appears to be the main building, has embossed letters that reads "Hollywood Union High School" directly above its portico. A flight of stairs leads up to the portico. On the side of the building, there is a fire escape ladder near the side entrance. Two bicycles are leaned up against the wall near the side entrance. The right building has embossed letters above its portico, which reads "Household and Fine Arts." Both buildings have Federal-style architecture. Both buildings are symmetrical and have portico entrances.; "Hollywood High School was built on Sunset and Highland Avenue in 1906. In 1910, the school had its name changed to Hollywood Union High School. In 1924, the school changed its name again to Union High School. In 1940, the school had its name changed back to Hollywood High School and it was used for housing and feeding WWII soldiers." -- unknown author.