Inglewood High School (California)
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|Inglewood High School|
231 South Grevillea Avenue
Inglewood, California, United States
|Type||Public High School|
|School district||Inglewood Unified School District|
|School color(s)||Green and White|
|Rival||Morningside High School|
The school opened its doors in 1905.
The school is predominantly Hispanic with 60% enrollment followed by 38% enrollment from African-Americans. Asian enrollment is at 1% followed by 0.01% enrollment from whites.
- Glenn M. Anderson, 37th Lieutenant Governor of California, Congressman
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- Sonny Bono, singer, songwriter, actor and politician
- Robert Finch, 38th Lieutenant Governor of California
- Natasha Mayers, professional track and field athlete
- Donald Merrifield, Jesuit priest and president of Loyola University of Los Angeles
- Edla Muir, architect
- Ms. Toi, American rapper
- DeAngelo Collins, professional basketball player
- Jason Crowe (basketball), professional basketball player
- Ade Dagunduro, professional basketball player
- Lauren Ervin, professional basketball player
- Noel Felix professional basketball player
- Jason Hart, NBA basketball player
- Jay Humphries, professional basketball player
- Ralph Jackson, NBA basketball player
- Travele Jones, professional basketball player
- Vince Kelley, NBL Australia basketball player
- Harold Miner, USC and NBA basketball player
- Paul Pierce, NBA basketball player, 10-time All-Star
- Reggie Theus, professional basketball player and college head coach
- Doug Thomas, professional basketball player
- Shaquelle Evans, NFL football player
- Lawrence Jackson, NFL football player
- Gary Kerkorian, NFL football player
- Verl Lillywhite, professional football player
- Jarvis Redwine, professional football player
- Horacio Ramírez, MLB professional baseball player
- Jim Sears, AFL and NFL football player
- Jim Sutherland, college football head coach, class of 1933
- Zaven Yaralian, football coach
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