Inglewood High School (California)
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|Inglewood High School|
"Your Mind Makes the Difference"
|231 S. Grevillea Ave
|Type||public high school|
|School district||Inglewood Unified School District|
|Principal||Jose L. Gallegos|
|School color(s)||Green and White|
Inglewood High School is a public high school in Inglewood, California. Opened in 1905, it is part of Inglewood Unified School District. Inglewood High School is a member of the CIF Los Angeles section, and thus is eligible for Los Angeles City Championships in sports. The school's football stadium is named for Jack Kent Cooke, who built the The Forum, founded the Los Angeles Kings, owned the Los Angeles Lakers in the late 60s and the 70s, and later owned the Washington Redskins.
- Glenn M. Anderson, 37th Lieutenant Governor of California, Congressman
- Sonny Bono, did not graduate
- Coco Crisp, MLB World Series Champion, professional baseball player
- Robert Finch, 38th Lieutenant Governor of California, presidential adviser to Richard Nixon
- Jason Hart, NBA basketball player
- Gail Henley, MLB professional baseball player
- Lawrence Jackson, NFL football player
- Ralph Jackson, NBA basketball player
- Gary Kerkorian, NFL football player
- Harold Miner, NBA basketball player
- Edla Muir, architect
- Paul Pierce, NBA basketball player
- Horacio Ramírez, MLB professional baseball player
- Jim Sears, AFL and NFL football player
- Jim Sutherland, college football head coach, class of 1933
- Reggie Theus, NBA basketball player
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