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University Place Community Supported Parks & Recreation
2135 Willow Ln W, University Place, WA 98466
The University Place Community Supported Parks & Recreation is a non-profit organization working in the UniversityMore Place community to enhance youth sport and Senior programs through a variety of fundraising programs, and provides scholarship dollars for underserved youth and seniors who might participate in these programs. Additionally, financial support is provided to senior citizen programs and select community projects.
University Place Parks and Recreation
3175 Bridgeport Way W, University Place, WA 98466
University Place Parks and Recreations department operates the city's parks and recreation programs, including sportsMore and senior activities.
Curtis Senior High School
8425 40th St W, University Place, WA 98466

Designed by renowned local architect Robert B. Price, Curtis Senior High School opened in 1969. Its namesake isMore 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.

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.

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.

The principal is David Hammond. Its mascot is the Vikings.

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