Curtis Senior High School

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<p>Designed by renowned local architect Robert B. Price, Curtis Senior High School opened in 1969. Its namesake is George R. Curtis, a longtime University Place resident who dedicated much of his life to bettering educational opportunities for the community's youth. The University Place School District purchased a 23.5-acre property that eventually became the site for a campus for a junior and senior high school.</p>
<p>Over the years, the school has gained a reputation for being academically and athletically strong, and it features an award-winning school band. Its alumni are spread throughout University Place and beyond.</p> <p>Today, the school continues to be a source of pride for University Place, even as the school district opened a new junior high next door. The high school opened a new gymnasium in 2010.</p> <p>The principal is <a href="http://www.upsd.wednet.edu/16142052915710253/site/default.asp">David Hammond</a>. Its mascot is the Vikings.</p>
8425 40th St W, University Place, WA 98466
(253) 566-5710
  • Accessibility Details: Entrance is at street level.
  • Hours: Mon - Fri: 6pm - 4am; Sat - Sun, 1pm - 4am
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm; Sat - Sun, dependent on athletic schedule
  • Accessible: yes
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