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Spokane University was a four-year liberal arts college that operated from 1913 to 1933. In 1935 Spokane University was reorganized as Spokane Junior College and moved into the city of Spokane from its original location in the Spokane Valley to the former site of Spokane College on Spokane's South Hill. The former site of the university, twenty-three acres at Ninth and Herald Streets, has been the home of University High School since 1960.
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University High School
- The former site of Spokane University is now considered the old U-High as University High School has moved to a new location on 32nd Rd.