Bell Senior High School
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- Bell High School is a secondary school in Bell, California, United States. The school, which serves grades 9 through 12, is a part of District 6 of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
- Its motto is "Honor lies in honest toil, its mascot is the eagle, and the school colors are purple and gold. The only high school in the City of Bell, also serves the surrounding cities of Cudahy and Maywood. Some portions of Huntington Park and Maywood are zoned to both Bell High School and Huntington Park High School.
- History: The school opened October 23, 1925. In 2005, South East High School in South Gate opened, relieving Bell. In 2006, Maywood Academy High School opened. The project page describes the school, a non-zoned magnet school, to have relieved Bell.
- Notable alumni: Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, cartoonist and hot-rod icon; John Ferraro, U.S. politician; Marvin Benard, athlete, MLB; Bobby Magallanes, athlete, MLB; Efrain Flores; Jayson Villar.
- Sports: Football; Soccer; Basketball; Baseball; Tennis; Wrestling; Volleyball; Softball; Cross-Country/Track & Field; Cheerleading; The Bell High Marching Eagles; Short Flags/ Tall Flags; Swimming.
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