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By design, LeBron James' high school experience won't be Bronny's

EVERY MORNING, BRONNY James is driven 25 miles from his family's home in the West Los Angeles enclave of Brentwood, through the recently fire-ravaged Sepulveda Pass and into a quiet corner of the San Fernando Valley.

The hourlong trip into the teeth of the 405 traffic would be a tough commute for anyone, but he and his 12-year-old brother, Bryce, go through it to reach an institution that has numerous elite athletes, is more than 40% nonwhite and where celebrities and children of celebrities are common.

The Sierra Canyon School gives Bronny something LeBron James couldn't have dreamed of 20 years ago as he burst onto the national scene: a semblance of normalcy.