Lake Howell High School
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|Lake Howell High School|
6400 Dike Rd
|School district||Seminole County Public Schools|
|Rivals||Winter Springs High School, Oviedo High School (historical), Hagerty High School|
- Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp and Signal Foundation
- Nick Calathes, NBA and international basketball player 
- Pat Calathes, basketball player for Israeli Basketball Super League
- Sierra Deaton, co-winner of 2013 season of The X Factor as part of duo Alex & Sierra
- Mike Gogulski (1990), activist and hacker who voluntarily made himself stateless in 2008
- Christian Jones, linebacker for Detroit Lions
- Tao Lin, author
- Jamie Linden, screenwriter, producer and director
- Brandon Marshall, NFL wide receiver
- Dave Martinez, former MLB player and coach
- Kawika Mitchell, linebacker for Buffalo Bills
- Chandler Parsons, NBA player
- Scott Porter, actor
- Nandi Pryce, former soccer player
- Trevor Pryce, former NFL defensive end
- Chuck Scott, former NFL wide receiver
- Marquette Smith, former NFL running back
- Eddie Taubensee, MLB pro baseball player
- Dahvie Vanity (2003), lead vocalist of electronic group Blood on the Dance Floor
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