Contents 1 History 1.1 Namesake 2 Extracurricular activities 3 Notable alumni 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The school opened in 1937 and currently enrolls an average of 2,400 students. Dorsey High is now one of the few predominantly African-American high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District, with 55% of its students African American and 45% Latino. It is located at 3537 Farmdale Avenue and Rodeo Road near Baldwin Village. The school colors are green and white, and its mascots are the Dons (male) and Donnas (female). Namesake[edit] The school was named after Susan Miller Dorsey, the first female superintendent of the Los Angeles public school system. Dorsey was born in 1857 in Penn Yan, New York. She graduated from Vassar College in 1877 and spent a year teaching at Wilson College in Pennsylvania, returning to Vassar to teach Greek and Latin. In 1881, she married Baptist minister Patrick William Dorsey. The same year, the couple came to Los Angeles, where he became pastor of First Baptist Church at 6th Street and Broadway (then known as Fort Street). In the early 1890s, her husband abandoned her, taking their son with him. Dorsey returned to teaching in 1896 at Los Angeles High School, where she rose to vice principal. By 1913, she was assistant superintendent of schools. In 1920, she became superintendent. Dorsey remained superintendent for 9 years.[2]

Extracurricular activities[edit] The school has several athletic teams, such as wrestling, football (Coliseum League Champions for the 2006 season), basketball,track & field soccer and Tennis (champions: Kenneth Ajeakwa, Valentine Uzoukwu, Moses Egwurube and Robert Troy) 2007-2010. Dorsey's main rival is Crenshaw High School. Dorsey's football games are played in Jackie Robinson Stadium at the nearby Rancho Cienega Sports Complex. In 2006, Dorsey was the 2nd leading high school in the nation with sending student athletes to the NFL. Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL was 1st. Dorsey is also a 4-A champ in its conference, the most wins ever made in the Los Angeles history. Dorsey High School California Academic Decathlon teams won Los Angeles City Super Quiz championships in 1981, 1982, 1984, and 1985. Additionally, Dorsey High School has a Math Science Magnet Program, a Los Angeles Police Academy Magnet Program and a Law and Public Service Magnet Program. In 1989, the Dorsey High School Mock Trial Team earned 2nd Place in Los Angeles County and was the best team in the City of Los Angeles in the Constitutional Rights Foundation's Annual Mock Trial Competition. In 1990, the Dorsey High School Mock Trial Team won the Los Angeles County Championship and later competed in the State Mock Trial competition in Sacramento. Dorsey High School's football teams were Los Angeles City Football Champions in 1989, 1991, 1995, and 2001. Susan Miller Dorsey has the distinction of sending the second most players to NFL in its entire history behind Long Beach Poly.[citation needed] In 1975, Dorsey's basketball team went undefeated until losing the Los Angeles city championship game to Fremont (whom they had beaten in two regular season games). They rebounded in 1976 to win the city championship over Crenshaw High School.

Notable alumni[edit] This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) DJ Mustard, Record producer, songwriter, DJ Franklin Ajaye, comedian-actor Billy Anderson, NFL player George "Sparky" Anderson (1934–2010), Major League Baseball Hall of Fame member, manager of World Champion Detroit Tigers and World Champion Cincinnati Reds, second baseman with the Philadelphia Phillies and broadcaster of the Anaheim Angels [3] Judge Joe Brown, judge and TV personality Kenji Brown, guitarist & vocals with Rose Royce, 1976–1979 James "Jimmy" Bridges, actor, director, producer. Jimmy Bridges on IMDb Beno Bryant, football player Don Buford, professional baseball player (Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles) and coach John Casado, graphic designer Antonio Chatman, NFL wide receiver C/O 1997[4] Billy Consolo, professional baseball player (Boston Red Sox, Washington Senators, Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Angels, Philadelphia Phillies, Kansas City Athletics) and Detroit Tigers bench coach Aaron Cox, former American football wide receiver[5] Chili Davis, professional baseball player (San Francisco Giants, California Angels, Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees) and Oakland Athletics Na'il Diggs, NFL linebacker C/O 1996 Julian Dixon, member of United States Congress Johnny Echols, guitarist and co-founder, with Dorsey schoolmate Arthur Lee, of the band Love Johnathan Franklin, football player Chris Green, professional baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates) Earl Ofari Hutchinson, journalist, author and activist Hue Jackson, head coach of the Cleveland Browns in 2016 and the Oakland Raiders in 2011, offensive coordinator of Cincinnati Bengals Jeremiah Johnson, NFL running back c/o 2005 Jerome Johnson, NFL fullback c/o 2003, city champs 2001-2002 Keyshawn Johnson, USC wide receiver, Rose Bowl Hall of Fame, NFL 1996-2007 Michael "Butch" McColly Johnson, wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys (1976–1983) and Denver Broncos (1984–1985) Kendall Jones, lead guitarist, founding member of rock band Fishbone Robert Kardashian, O.J. Simpson attorney, father of Robert, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian Keith Browner Jr., NFL player Marcel Lachemann, professional baseball player (Oakland Athletics) and former MLB manager (California Angels) Rene Lachemann, professional baseball player (Kansas City Athletics, Oakland Athletics), former MLB manager (Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers, Florida Marlins) Arthur Lee, lead singer, co-founder and principal songwriter of the band Love Mike Love, lead singer and founding member of The Beach Boys Chris Matthews, 2012 Canadian Football League's Most Outstanding Rookie, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Chip McAllister, winner of The Amazing Race in 2004 and played a young Muhammad Ali in the movie The Greatest Marilyn McCoo, singer and founding member of The Fifth Dimension Chris Mims, NFL player, San Diego Chargers Rahim Moore, NFL safety Lisa Nichols, Motivational Speaker, co-contributor Chicken Soup for the African-American Soul, Chicken Soup for the African-American Women's Soul Dennis Northcutt, NFL wide receiver C/O 1996 Paul Olden, New York Yankees public address announcer Chris "Peanut" Owens, NFL cornerback Ed Palmquist, professional baseball player (Los Angeles Dodgers, Minnesota Twins) Mike Patterson, professional baseball player (Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees) Billy Preston, musician, singer, songwriter ("You Are So Beautiful") "Freeway" Rick Ross, drug trafficker in the 1980s, played for the Dorsey tennis team[6] Stella Rush, LGBT rights activist and journalist Michael Brian Schiffer, co-founder of behavioral archaeology, long-time anthropology professor at the University of Arizona,author of 15 books Edell Shepherd, NFL wide receiver C/O 1998 Louil Silas, Jr. (1956–2001), record executive who started an MCA Records imprint, Silas Records John Smith, actor, Laramie Richard A. Teague, industrial designer in automotive industry, executive at American Motors Corporation (AMC).[7] Derrel Thomas, professional baseball player (Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal Expos, California Angels, Philadelphia Phillies) Diane Watson, member of United States Congress Lamont Warren, NFL running back Kirby Wilson, NFL running backs coach, 2-time Super Bowl champion with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2009) Jody Watley,[8] singer, with Shalamar, solo artist James Wilkes, UCLA and Chicago Bulls basketball player Robert Irwin, American installation artist Jaydon Mickens, NFL wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders.

References[edit] ^ "Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 26, 2017.  ^ Rasmussen, Cecilia (May 13, 2007), "Dorsey devotee the picture of determination", Los Angeles Times, pp. B2  ^ "Sparky Anderson Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved October 19, 2012.  ^ "Antonio Chatman". Archived from the original on October 17, 2012. Retrieved October 19, 2012.  ^ "Aaron Cox". Archived from the original on October 9, 2012. Retrieved October 19, 2012.  ^ "Dark Alliance: Library." () San Jose Mercury News. April 9, 1997. Retrieved on December 14, 2013. "A few years before Rick Ross got involved with cocaine, he wielded a racquet for his high school tennis team. A college scholarship fizzled when it was learned that he couldn't read." ^ "Richard (Dick) A. Teague 1923–1991". Coacbuilt. 2004. Retrieved 6 February 2013.  ^ "1977 Dorsey High Yearbook". Retrieved 26 July 2014. 

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