Jefferson Davis High School is a public high school with grades 9 through 12 located in Montgomery, Alabama. The principal is Bobby Abrams. The school is part of the Montgomery Public Schools system.
Notable Alumni [ edit ]
Craig Brazell, Former MLB player ( New York Mets, Kansas City Royals)
Hosea Chanchez, actor, plays Malik Wright on The Game (U.S. TV series)
Artur Davis, former Democratic Congressman of Alabama
Glenn Howerton, actor, plays Dennis on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, is a 1994 graduate of Jefferson Davis High School.
Robert Johnson, former NFL tight end
Octavia Spencer, Academy Award winning actress from the movie The Help, is a 1988 graduate of Jefferson Davis High School.
George Teague, NFL football player
Lou Thornton, Former MLB player ( Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets)
Jamey Johnson, Country Music singer and songwriter
Colby Smith, French Horn player in the University of South Alabama Wind Ensemble
Enrollment, demographics [ edit ]
Enrollment for 2007 was 1,508 students; 48 percent was male and 52 percent was female. Ethnicities enrolled at the school were white, black, and Hispanic. African-American enrollment was 94 percent, white enrollment was 2 percent, Hispanic enrollment was 2 percent, and Asian enrollment was 1%.
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