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1301 W 182nd St, Gardena, CA 90248, USA
Los Angeles Unified School District
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Gardena High School, known as GHS, is a public high school in Harbor Gateway, Los Angeles, California, United States, adjacent to the City of Gardena. It serves grades 9 through 12 and is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Gardena High School Wikipedia
Gardena High School comprises seven Small Learning Communities(SLCs): The Green House also known as The Ninth Grade Academy, Architecture, Construction, Computers, Engineering, and Robotics (ACCER), Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME),Southern California International Business Academy (SCIBA),Global Leadership Academy (GLA), Sports, Health and Public Service (SHAPS), and the Foreign Language/International Studies Magnet center.Anime Club (ARC)
ARC Leadership (ARC)
Art Appreciation Club
Chess Club (ARC)
DISC (Dancing in Style Club) (ARC)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Gardena Honor Society (GHS)
Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)
High School Task Force (HSTF)
Junior Reserves Officer Training Corp. (JROTC)
New Life Club
Pacific Islander Club
Roots & Shoots
Vietnamese Club (ARC)
Women's Leadership Project
GHS opened in 1907. In Spring 1956, the junior high school classes stayed at the old Gardena High School while the high school classes moved into a new building designed by architects Henry L. Gogerty (1894-1990) and D. Stewart Kerr. Up until the opening of the new Gardena High School, high school students held morning shifts, while junior high school students held afternoon shifts. The junior high is now known as Peary Middle School.
On January 18, 2011, two students were wounded when a gun brought to the school by a student accidentally discharged when the backpack containing the firearm was dropped on the ground, with a single bullet wounding both victims. State prosecutors intend to try the 17-year-old who possessed the gun as an adult.
The school serves the City of Gardena, portions of Carson, and portions of Los Angeles (including Harbor Gateway and portions of Wilmington).
As of the school year 2008-09, there were a total of 3,186 students attending the high school.59.2% Hispanic (1,885)
1.4% White (46)
33.1% Black (1,053)
0.6% Native American (19)
4.7% Asian (149)
1.1% Pacific Islander (34)
Steven C. Bradford: (Class of 1978): California Assemblyman 2009-2014
Enos Cabell: MLB, 1972–1986, with the Baltimore Orioles, Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants, Detroit Tigers, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Dock Ellis (Class of 1963), MLB pitcher for Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers, and New York Mets
George Farmer: NFL wide receiver, 1982–1984, 1987, attended Southern University, played for the Los Angeles Rams and Miami Dolphins.
Glen Fukushima - former Deputy Assistant US Trade Representative for Japan and China 1988-1990
Anthony Frederick - former Pepperdine standout; NBA player from 1987-1992
Warren Furutani - former California Assemblyman 2008-2012
Nesby Glasgow: NFL safety, 1979–1992, attended University of Washington, and was recognized as part of the Century Team at the University of Washington.
Dennis Gilbert: Sports agent, baseball executive and co-founder of the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation.
Gaston Green: NFL running back, 1988–1992, attended UCLA, played for the Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1991 as a Bronco.
Don Horn: NFL quarterback, with the Green Bay Packers, first round pick All-American out of San Diego State University by the Green Bay Packers
Keith Lee: NFL player
Niecy Nash: comedian, actress on Comedy Central television series Reno 911! and currently TV Land's The Soul Man.
Vincent Okamoto: Japanese American Vietnam War veteran, later prosecutor and judge
Michael "Tyga" Nguyen-Stevenson: American rapper, YMCMB recording artist
Wayne Collett: Olympics Silver Medallist in the 400 meters at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Graduated from UCLA in 1971 and later earned his law degree there. Collett died on March 17, 2010 after a long battle with cancer.
Butch Patrick: actor, portrayed Eddie Munster on The Munsters
Kevin A. Ross: host, daytime syndicated court show America's Court with Judge Ross.
Leo Terrell (class of 1972): Civil rights attorney and talk radio host on Talk Radio 790 KABC in Los Angeles
Glen Walker: NFL punter