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  •  About Hollywood Hills High School

    Hollywood Hills High School serves a diverse population of approximately 2,200 students in grades 9 through 12.  Our school is located in Hollywood, Florida. 

    In order to prepare students to live in and contribute to a changing world and engage in active, life-long learning, Hollywood Hills High School provides a balanced, varied school curriculum designed to meet the academic, cultural and social needs of individuals from the diverse backgrounds of our community.

    At a Glance Information


    Hollywood Hills High School
    5400 Stirling Rd
    Hollywood, FL 33021


    Lourdes M. Gonzalez 754-323-1061

    Phone Numbers

    Main Office 754-323-1050

    Main Office Fax 754-323-1180


    • 9th Grade 754-323-1122
    • 10th Grade 754-323-1078
    • 11th Grade 754-323-1078
    • 12th Grade 754-323-1078

    Entrepreneur and Leadership Military Academy 754-323-1122

    Student Affairs

    • 9th Grade Student Affairs 754-323-1122
    • 10th Grade Student Affairs 754-323-1065
    • 11th Grade Student Affairs 754-323-1064
    • 12th Grade Student Affairs 754-323-1075

    Registrar 754-323-1108

    Media Center 754-323-1091

    ESE Office 754-323-1065

    Bookkeeper 754-323-1059

    Cafeteria 754-323-1060

    Guidance 754-323-1123

    BRACE Advisor 754-323-1107

    SRO 754-323-1072


    • 9th Grade 754-323-1122
    • 10th Grade 754-323-1078
    • 11th Grade 754-323-1078
    • 12th Grade 754-323-1078

    School Hours

    • 7:30a-2:40p
    • 7:00a-3:10p (Office)

    School Motto

    "Pride & Desire"

    Pride1 Pride2  


    School Alma Mater

    Our bond can ne'er be broken
    Formed by standards high,
    Is far surpassing wealth unspoken
    Sealed by friendships tie.
    Mem'ries we shall treasure still
    Never from us part. 
    Alma Mater!  Alma Mater!
    Deep graven on each heart
    Hollywood Hills, we pledge our loyalty to thee.

  • School Mascot



    Click on the link at left or HERE to learn more about "Sparty."

  • School Crest

    School Crest



    Through the top banner, we recognize the year our school was established at its current location:  1967.  Prior to 1967, the school was located at a set of portables called "The Barracks" near the Ft Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.


    The image of the comedy mask represents the performing arts, and specifically drama.  The music note symbolyzes the fine arts, and the brushes and stencil represent the visual arts.  Examples of the spectrum of arts included in our curriculum would be music, drama, and art. 


    The center of our crest and the helmet above the piece symbolize our school's mascot:  The Spartans.      


    The flaming torch reflects the light of knowledge, which dispels the darkness of ignorance.  In the light of the torch, progress will be made toward the academic and vocational goals of the individual student.  


    The orbital circles symbolize the sciences, the challenge of modern technology, the training needed to accept and master the challenges of new technological frontiers, and the need for continuous education.  An understanding of the sciences, which include mathematics and technology, as well as all forms of physical and biological sciences, is critical for appreciating fully the universe and ourselves.  This symbol for the sciences is paramount, the essence of what we teach as a school. 


    The cap and diploma symbolize academic excellence.  They represent student achievement and study.    

  • School Colors

    The school promotes the colors of blue and orange--orange and blue being the primary colors with white accents.  The official school colors are orange and blue.  Indeed, orange and blue are one of the most distinguishable elements of the school’s identity.  Thus, the two-color signature is always preferred.  Official HHHS colors are:

    School colors

    Blue Hex Color: #0021A4; RGB: (0, 33, 164)
    Orange Hex Color: #FA4616; RGB: (250,70,22)

  • School Logo

     School Logo

  • School Flag

    School Flag

  • Hollywood Hills Innovation Zone

    What is an Innovation Zone?

    In 1991, under the leadership of Dr. Robert Parks, a plan was designed to reconfigure the educational landscape by "linking" a group of schools in the Deerfield Beach area together. This established a collaborative effort to provide better educational opportunities for students. By the time the Innovation Zone concept was brought before the School Board to be adopted as policy, it had already begun changing the face of education in Broward.

    The Zones consist of a cluster of schools that includes a high school, middle school(s), elementary schools and centers. The Zones break down "barriers" and divide the District into 28 representative, responsive and manageable geographic areas while maintaining the importance and influence a big district demands.

    In molding the Innovation Zone concept, the main priority was that all facets of the educational environment be addressed. Schools were organized in a feeder pattern or community-centered concept to promote a smooth, constant base of support.

    By being part of an Innovation Zone, individual schools benefit through coordination, collaboration and shared decision making with other area schools. Schools are now part of a team effort and share resources to maximize opportunities and improve the education of students.

    Students, parents and the community benefit in a number of ways through Innovation Zones. Zones create a bottom-up decision making process as well as provide more ways for parents to become involved in the process. In addition, the Zones have streamlined operations, created attentive administrations, and localized chains of command. By using Innovation Zones to decentralize the school system rather than breaking it into smaller districts, we remain powerful enough to meet the needs of all our students.

    What schools are in Hollywood Hills' Innovation Zone?

    Elementary Schools:

    • Driftwood Elementary
    • Bethune Elementary
    • Davie Elementary
    • Sheridan Hills Elementary
    • Sheridan Park Elementary
    • Stirling Elementary
    • Sanders Park Elementary

    Middle Schools

    • Diftwood Middle School
    • Attucks Middle School


    • The Quest

    High Schools

    • Hollywood Hills High School