Jefferson Davis High School (Montgomery, Alabama)
|Jefferson Davis High School|
|3420 Carter Hill Road
|Color(s)||Green, Gold and white|
Jefferson Davis High School is a public high school with grades 9 through 12 located in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. The principal is Bobby Abrams. The school is part of the Montgomery Public Schools system.
- Craig Brazell, former MLB player (New York Mets, Kansas City Royals)
- Hosea Chanchez, actor, plays Malik Wright on The Game
- Artur Davis, former Democratic Congressman of Alabama
- Ladarius Gunter, current Green Bay Packers cornerback
- Glenn Howerton, actor, plays Dennis on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia; graduated in 1994
- Jamey Johnson, country music singer and songwriter
- Robert Johnson, former NFL tight end
- Octavia Spencer, Academy Award-winning actress; appeared in the movie The Help; graduated in 1988
- George Teague, NFL football player
- Lou Thornton, former MLB player (Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets)
- George Thornton, former NFL player (San Diego Chargers, New York Giants)
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%.
- School Profile Report 2007-2008: Jefferson Davis High School (PDF). Alabama State Department of Education. Retrieved 2009-05-10.
- "Jefferson Davis High School in Montgomery, Alabama (AL)". Retrieved 10 March 2010.
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