General: Malibu High School ( mascot: Sharks ) is located in Malibu, California, near Zuma Beach ( where students are often seen recording data for science classes ). The school houses grades 6-12, and is run by Principal Mark Kelly. The school is a safe one, the worst thing happening being the occasional theft and a little more frequent tagging done by vally kids ( vals ), who hate us.
Academics: The school was ranked 240th in Newsweek Magazine’s Top 1200 Schools In America study. Students who graduate from Malibu High have a good chance of getting into many good colleges, including those part of the Ivy League.
Students: The students at Malibu High look like the stepped out of Teen Vogue. Majority of the girls wear some of the trendiest clothes in fashion, though each seem to add their own unique style into these outfits. The boys sport the rocker or surfer style. Lets just say that you shouldn’t shop at places like K Mart, Walmart, Target, or Kohls for clothes if you plan to attend this school.
Other than fashion, the students at Malibu High are very artsy. Many enjoy making films, playing instruments, and photography. They also tend to not go our with each other, there are very few couples in the grades, especially the freshman class this year.
Many of the kids are wealthy, or upper middle class, and have semi-famous or famous parents. Though they don't flaunt these things.
Most the kids are nice beings, and very welcoming.
Food: The food is terrible usually, but the cookies and cinnamon rolls are good. Most kids in Malibu are health conscious ( not carb conscious, health ), and don’t enjoy the grease. Occasionally the ASB will hire Starbucks, Point Pizza, Coffee Bean, or In N Out Burger to come cater.
Newspapers: The high school has an award winning newspaper called The Current. It is very well put together. The middle school has a pretty good paper called The Surfwriter.
Sports: Well for starter, the cheerleaders are not the most popular and sought after girls at the school, though they are a nice bunch. The football players aren’t the hottest dudes. The surfing team is good, and so is the water polo team.
Weather: Is good. Never seems to get to hot, nor to cold. Its perfect.
-Scenes from the movie Smile (2005) were shot at MHS. In fact, the film revolves around the international organization, Operation Smile, which the school sponsors, and portrays several real-life MHS figures, such as former principal Mike Matthews (played by Sean Astin).
-Scenes from the Disney Channel Original Movie Brink! (1998) were also shot at MHS.
-A 1979 film was entitled Malibu High. 3
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