List of high schools producing multiple Olympic gold medalists

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The Olympic Gold medal is the mark of achievement of the highest level in a particular sport. Many high schools proudly point to an alumnus who has been to the Olympics. Relatively few high schools have the depth to have produced more than one Olympic Gold medalist.

Notes: T=team gold medalist WR=also hold the current world record

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