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Daniel Murphy High School News

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It is our great pleasure to announce that the Daniel Murphy High School Alumni Association was able to work out an arrangement with the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to save most (if not all) of the historically significant artifacts from St. John Vianney and Daniel Murphy High Schools. The artifacts that were saved include yearbooks, pictures, trophies, plaques and banners that we so dearly cherish. While we were not able to save our home (at least not yet), we were able to save these very important items.

We would not have been able to do this without the help of Frank Ferry and Keith Murphy, who are the Principal and Vice-Principal of Bishop Alemany High School. Bishop Alemany High School has very graciously allowed us to put some of these items on display for all to see and share in their new (and soon to be completed) Alumni Hall. More importantly, these items could not have been saved without the help of Sharon Dandorf who was Daniel Murphy's last Principal. Ms. Dandorf entrusted us with the honor of storing and protecting these items and was instrumental in orchestrating the arrangement. The Alumni Association is eternally grateful to Ms. Dandorf for her help in saving these precious keepsakes.

Click here to watch Patrick Healy's (Class of '72) story that was produced for the 50th Anniversary of the school. It documents the history of St. John Vianney / Daniel Murphy High School.

Need a copy of your transcripts?
Bishop Alemany High School is the new custodian of records for St. John Vianney and Daniel Murphy High School. To obtain a copy of your Daniel Murphy transcripts, you must click here to download the transcript request form. The form must be completed and mailed to Bishop Alemany High School. Instructions are on the form. More information can be found on Bishop Alemany's website by clicking here.