Canoga Park

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1968 Canoga High School is the oldest high school in the west San Fernando Valley. It opened with 14 students and 2 teachers on October Canoga High School was originally named Owensmouth High School. San Fernando Mission, Santa Monica Mountains, Topanga Canyon, Canoga Park, West Hills, San Fernando Valley, Canyon Road, October 4, People Around The World

CANOGA is the oldest high school in the west San Fernando Valley. It opened with 14 students and 3 teachers on October 4, 1914. Canoga was originally named Owensmouth High School. This photo was taken in the summer of 1968.

In the town of Owensmouth changed its name to Canoga Park. Miss California, Southern California, Canoga Park, West Hills, Simi Valley, San Fernando Valley, Confusion, Santa Monica, Palm Trees

In 1931, the town of Owensmouth changed its name to Canoga Park. Despite protests from alumni, the school was also renamed CANOGA PARK HIGH. It was felt this would avoid confusion and "more closely identify the school with the community." This is a picture of Canoga Park High School in 1938.

I ready enjoyed high school. I graduated in W` So disappointed that the original building no longer exist. Canoga Park, West Hills, Simi Valley, San Fernando Valley, Best Sister, Back In The Day, Santa Monica, Gazebo, California

For 40 years, the Greek styled 100 Building was the pride of Canoga Park. It housed the School Library, the Administrative Offices, and served as a well-known community landmark. In 1971, unfortunately, the building suffered severe damage in the Sylmar earthquake. It was condemned and demolished in the summer of 1975. This photo was taken in Spring 1975

Helen Lundeberg's murals QUESTS OF MANKIND have been a prominent feature on our campus since 1940. She created them during the Great Depression while working for the W.P.A.'s Federal Art Project. The murals originally hung as five separate pieces on the outside north wall of the Assembly Hall. Today, they are displayed on the Oral Arts Building, which was built against the Assembly Hall in 1978. The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles lists these works in their Mural Index. Works Progress Administration, Canoga Park, Public Art, Murals, Separate, Depression, Art Projects, California, Display

Helen Lundeberg's murals QUESTS OF MANKIND have been a prominent feature on our campus since 1940. She created them during the Great Depression while working for the W.P.A.'s Federal Art Project. The murals originally hung as five separate pieces on the outside north wall of the Assembly Hall. Today, they are displayed on the Oral Arts Building, which was built against the Assembly Hall in 1978. The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles lists these works in their Mural Index.

One of the highlights of the year is the Memorial Day parade on Sherman Way Canoga Park, Memorial Day, Broadway Shows, Highlights, California, Memories, History, Pictures, Memoirs

One of the highlights of the year is the Memorial Day parade on Sherman Way

There have been many improvements on Sherman Way in the last few years. The Madrid Theater is one of them. Canoga Park, Southern California, Theater, Madrid, Theatres, Teatro, Drama Theater

There have been many improvements on Sherman Way in the last few years. The Madrid Theater is one of them.

While in Canoga Park, you have to visit Follow Your Heart Natural Foods. The vegetarian restaurant and store has been there for years. Canoga Park, Natural Foods, Vegetarian, Restaurant, Store, Heart, Diner Restaurant, Larger, Restaurants

While in Canoga Park, you have to visit Follow Your Heart Natural Foods. The vegetarian restaurant and store has been there for years.

We sure did have fun cheering on the teams. The picture was taken in Canoga Park, Mickey Mouse, Cheer, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, Have Fun, Pictures, Art, Photos

We sure did have fun cheering on the teams. The picture was taken in 1973.

A fond memory for anyone who went to Canoga in the would be seeing the Green Machine on the field during the football games. Canoga Park, Football, Games, Pictures, Soccer, Photos, Futbol, Gaming, American Football

A fond memory for anyone who went to Canoga in the 70s would be seeing the Green Machine on the field during the football games.

One of the original graduates from Solly Patrick, returned to Canoga for a visit in He helped celebrate the school's anniversary. Canoga Park, 60th Anniversary, The Originals, Pictures, Art, Photos, Art Background, Kunst, Performing Arts

One of the original graduates from 1916, Solly Patrick, returned to Canoga for a visit in 1974. He helped celebrate the school's 60th anniversary.