• Notable Doughboy Alumni

    Celebrate the Legacy of Doughboy High School Graduates

    From dazzling sports arenas to the bright lights of Hollywood, Doughboy High School has produced a remarkable array of talent that has left an indelible mark on the world. Here's a glimpse into the illustrious alumni who have made waves in various fields:

    1. Kimberly Sanders: Once known as Kimberly Bell, she captured hearts both on and off the court before becoming the Office Manager at Key Financial, where she continues to excel.

    2. Mel Daniels: A towering figure in basketball history, Mel's numerous accolades, including ABA MVP and Hall of Fame induction, speak volumes about his prowess on the court.

    3. Glenn Doughty: Transitioning from the NFL to entrepreneurship, Glenn's endeavors with the Shake and Bake Family Fun Center and Career Information and Training Network showcase his commitment to community enrichment.

    4. Abdul "Duke" Fakir: A harmonious legend with the Four Tops, Duke's soulful voice has resonated through generations, leaving an indelible imprint on the music industry.

    5. Larry Foote: From gridiron glory to coaching excellence, Larry's Super Bowl triumphs and coaching tenure exemplify his dedication to the game.

    6. Spencer Haywood: A towering presence both on and off the court, Spencer's NBA stardom and Hall of Fame induction stand as testaments to his basketball legacy.

    7. Willie King: Dominating the basketball courts with finesse, Willie's contributions to the National Basketball League remain etched in sporting history.

    8. Brenda Lawrence: A trailblazer in politics, Brenda's journey from mayor to the US House of Representatives highlights her commitment to public service.

    9. Tim Meadows: Lighting up screens with his comedic genius, Tim's tenure on Saturday Night Live and beyond continues to evoke laughter worldwide.

    10. Michael "Clip" Payne: A musical maestro with Parliament-Funkadelic, Clip's rhythmic beats have kept audiences grooving for decades.

    And the list goes on, with luminaries like James "J Dilla" Yancey, Kevin Willis, and Robert Hawkins, each adding their unique flair to the rich tapestry of Doughboy High's legacy.