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List of Los Angeles Unified School District people

This is a list of notable alumni, faculty and current students of the American Los Angeles Unified School District, located in Los Angeles, California.

Notable alumniEdit

Academia, science and technologyEdit

Arts and literatureEdit

Film, television, and theatreEdit

MusicEdit

AthleticsEdit

MedicineEdit

Business and lawEdit

PoliticsEdit

MiscellaneousEdit

Notable facultyEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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