Baton Rouge Magnet High School - Notable Alumni


Notable Alumni

  • Jimmy Clanton: 1950s & 60s swamp pop and R&B musician
  • Jay Dardenne (Class of 1972): former Louisiana secretary of state and state senator, current Louisiana Lieutenant Governor.
  • Mike Futrell (Class of 1978): Louisiana state representative, lawyer
  • Ron Gomez (Class of 1952): Louisiana state representative, journalist, and author
  • Bobby Jindal (Class of 1988): former U.S. Congressman and current Louisiana Governor
  • Dalton Jones, Former MLB player (Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers)
  • Karey Kirkpatrick: Screen writer of Chicken Run, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and Over the Hedge.
  • Wayne Kirkpatrick: Grammy-winning songwriter of "Change the World"
  • Zack Kopplin: Science advocate
  • Bob Pettit: NBA Hall of Fame Basketball Player (Inducted 1970)
  • Johnny Ramistella a.k.a. Johnny Rivers: 1950s & 60s rock & roll musician
  • Jim Taylor: NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame Player (Inducted 1976)

Chris Arnold: Widely regarded as the worlds foremost karate master.

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