Hollywood Hills High School Threat: Full Story & Must-See Updates

Hollywood Hills High School in Hollywood, Florida has been placed on lockdown Wednesday morning. Officials have confirmed that this is the result of a social media threat shared on Twitter.

What’s Happening?

Hollywood Hills High School has been placed on lockdown following a social media threat made on Twitter. The school is currently on what they classify as a “Code Yellow.” Police have not yet identified who originally made the threat on Twitter. However, police are on the scene investigating.

Threatening tweet forces lockdown of Hollywood Hills High School. Extra police on campus today. "Code Yellow" lockdown in place. pic.twitter.com/yvNUqKGx0u

— Frank Guzman (@fguzmanon7) March 8, 2017

A Boward County Public Schools representative said that lockdown is a precaution.

#BREAKING: Hollywood Hills High School placed on lockdown after social media threat

STORY: https://t.co/AIVre9vUsy pic.twitter.com/9xeREKA2Ou

— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) March 8, 2017

Hollywood Hills High School

Hollywood Hills High School houses roughly 2,300 students from grades 9-12. The school contains small “learning communities” with focused course¬†work. It is a public school with an average class size of 30 students.

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