LeBron James gives $1M to school

LeBron James is donating $1 million to his Ohio high school to renovate its gymnasium.

James is giving the money to St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, where he starred from 1999-2003 and won a mythical national title his senior year, through his James Family Foundation. He recently purchased uniforms for all of the school's athletic teams.

The new gym will be called LeBron James Arena. James played only a few games in the gym after his freshman season because the popularity of his games forced the high school to play most home games at the University of Akron.

James routinely trains at the high school during the summers, which he usually spends at his home in the Akron area.

Over the past few years, James has held training sessions with friend and Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant at the school. The two have dubbed those workouts as "hell week."

St. Vincent-St. Mary has won six basketball state titles, the second most of any school in Ohio. James led the school to titles in 2000, '01 and '03, and the school retired his jersey during his senior season.