Welcome the Hall of Fame!

The Venice High School Hall of Fame Committee is looking for nominations for 2020 inductees. Please spread the word that applications are available on the Venice High Alumni website.


Congratulations to Our Hall of Fame Members!

The Venice High School Alumni Association held its 3rd Annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony this month. The ceremony took place on Friday November 1, 2019 at homecoming. Venice High School with its rich heritage, has had numerous graduates of notoriety. The Hall of Fame festivities will begin with a reception on campus with the Homecoming Court, and Honorees. At halftime the installation ceremony will take place on the field where the inductees will be officially introduced to the community. Afterward the recipients will be given a tour of the administration building hallway, where their Hall of Fame plaques will be prominently displayed.

This momentous 3rd Annual Venice High School Hall of Fame induction was highly anticipated, and the community was excited to welcome Alumni back on campus to properly honor the inductees for their accomplishments. Save the date and plan to be part of this historic event!

Here are the names of those presently in the Venice High School Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame criteria and application forms can be downloaded by clicking on the buttons below.

2019 applications are closed; deadline for 2020 is April 10, 2020.



Congratulations to the 2019 year of Hall of Fame inductees

(ceremony will be held on November 1, 2019 in conjunction with the VHS Homecoming Game)

Craig Breedlove ~ 1955

Barbara Carrasco ~ 1974

Stacy Peralta ~ 1975

Jerry Turner ~ 1972

Harry F. Winebrenner



Honored For


  Craig Breedlove 1955 Professional Race Car Driver
  Barbara Carrasco 1974 Artist and Muralist
  Stacy Peralta 1975 Original Z-Boy (Zephyr Competition Team)
  Jerry Turner 1972 He played 10 Years in the Major Leagues
  Harry F. Winebrenner N/A Sculpted “Fountain of Education” VHS Campus
  Linda Alvarez 1959 TV News Anchor-Reporter
  Brian Asawa 1984 Opera Countertenor
  Beau Bridges 1959 Actor
  John Clayton 1969 Musician
  Walter Cunningham 1950 Astronaut
  Robby Duron N/A Faculty
  Derrick “Skip” Engblom 1967 Founded Zephyr Surf & Z-boys Team
  Bill Fairbanks N/A Teacher and Coach
  Angelo Gasca 1978 Coach and VHS All-Western League QB
  Gogi Grant (Myrtle Arisberg) 1942 American and UK Pop Singer and Actress
  Artie Harris N/A Faculty
  Abbot Kinney N/A Industrialist
  Jimmy Lennon Sr. 1932 Announcer at the Olympic Auditorium
  Donna Loren 1963 Singer
  Myrna Loy 1921 Film, Television and Stage Actress
  Teena Marie 1974 Singer-Songwriter and Producer
  Dana McLemore 1978 NFL football Player
  Ken Medlock 1967 Baseball Player, Actor, Film Consultant
  Cheryl (Arnold) Moseley 1964 Philanthropist, Speaker, Writer
  Audrey O’Brien 1954 Cow Girl Hall of Fame
  Peggy Oki 1973 Skateboarder, Surfer, Artist
  Billy E. Paney N/A Instrumental Music Teacher
  George Rose N/A Faculty 1959 to 1995
  Jeffery Shimizu 1973 Teacher, Coach, College Advisor
  Harry Snyder 1932 Founder of In-N-Out- Burger
  Tony Vazquez 1973 Mayor of Santa Monica
  Clifford L. Warner 1980 Theme Park Designer
  Sam Whipple 1978 Actor

After being in existence for over 100 years Venice High School now has a Hall of Fame. The Venice High Alumni Association Hall of Fame Committee is looking for nominations for inductees. Please spread the word that applications are available on the Venice High Alumni Association website. Hall of Fame inductees will have a photo and short biography proudly displayed at Venice High School. This addition to the school is fantastic but we need your help to make sure we are considering all possible nominations. Go Gondoliers!





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