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Ulysses S. Grant High School is like the Samuel L. Jackson of filming locations. This school in the Valley Glen neighborhood in the east-central San Fernando Valley is featured in so many major television shows and films that it’s hard to keep track of it all. Some of the school’s major roles include Saved by the Bell’s iconic exterior shot and Six Feet Under’s interior classroom shots. The school was also used for both the TV and film versions of Clueless. Other productions that used the grounds include My Name Is Earl, Not Another Teen Movie, Ghost Whisperer, Reno 911!, The United States of Tara, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Malcolm in the Middle, Life Goes On, Ferris Bueller, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Office, and Reba.
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