Pontiac Central High School
Until 1958, it was known as Pontiac High School; it took on its final name upon the opening of Pontiac Northern High School, where the current Pontiac High School stands. The final incarnation of Pontiac Central, a precast concrete building, was built in 1972, replacing a brick building built in 1913.
- Micki King - Gold medalist in springboard diving at the 1972 Summer Olympics, Munich, Germany.
- Campy Russell - NBA player, brother of Frank and Walker, played 11 years for the Cleveland Cavaliers; 1 for the New York Knicks.
- Frank Russell - NBA player, brother of Campy and Walker, played for the Chicago Bulls.
- Jack Kevorkian - Assisted Suicide Doctor.
- Michael Mallory - Writer
- Walker D. Russell - NBA player, brother of Campy and Frank, played for the Detroit Pistons; Indiana Pacers; and the Atlanta Hawks.
- Al Taubman - Developer of suburban retail establishments. His company, Taubman Centers brought to fruition many of the largest shopping malls in the United States
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