Inglewood High School (California)

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Inglewood High School
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Address
231 S. Grevillea Avenue
Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California 90301
United States
Coordinates 33°57′40″N 118°21′21″W / 33.96111°N 118.35583°W / 33.96111; -118.35583Coordinates: 33°57′40″N 118°21′21″W / 33.96111°N 118.35583°W / 33.96111; -118.35583
Information
Type Public High School
Founded 1905
School district Inglewood Unified School District
CEEB code 51260
Principal Debra Tate
Grades 912
Gender co-educational
Enrollment 1,769
Campus type Suburban
School color(s) Green and White         
Team name Sentinels
Rival Morningside High School
Communities served Inglewood
Website

Inglewood High School is a four-year public high school in Inglewood, California.

Administration Building at foot of Nutwood Avenue, 1947
Interval between class periods, 1947

History[edit]

The school opened its doors in 1905.


Notable faculty[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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  12. ^ Matthews, Stuart (January 17, 1988). "Sentinels' Harold Miner Poised for Super-Stardom". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 25, 2014. 
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