John F. Kennedy High School (Los Angeles)
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|John F. Kennedy High School|
|11254 Gothic Avenue
Granada Hills, California, Los Angeles, 91344
|School district||Los Angeles Unified School District|
|Principal||Dr. Richard Chavez|
|Color(s)||Brown and gold|
The new principal is Dr. Richard Chavez
- Garret Anderson Major league baseball player
- Jack Cassel Major league baseball player
- Rashied Davis Professional football player
- Darren Daye Professional basketball player
- Jon Garland, Major league baseball player
- Cuba Gooding, Jr., American actor
- Wendy Greuel, Los Angeles Controller and City Councilmember 
- Stuart Gray, Professional basketball player
- Denean Howard, Olympic track athlete
- Sherri Howard, Olympic track athlete
- Mark McMillian Professional football player
- Tom Ramsey Professional football player
- Renee Sandstrom, singer
- Terrmel Sledge Major league baseball player
- Mike Pringle Canadian Football League star
- Dion Lambert, professional football player
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