Queen Anne High School, Seattle
Queen Anne High School
Queen Anne High School, 1909 or 1910
|Location||215 Galer St.|
Seattle, Washington, United States
|Architectural style||Classical Revival|
|NRHP reference #||85002916|
|Added to NRHP||November 21, 1985|
|Designated SEATL||May 6, 1985|
Queen Anne High School (1909–1981) was a Seattle Public Schools high school on Galer Street atop Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, Washington, United States. The building was converted to condominium apartments in 2007.
The school closed in 1981 due to decreasing enrollment. Students in the school's attendance area transferred to various high schools in the district. The school facility underwent renovation and adaptive reuse to become a residential apartment building in 1986, with 137 apartments. In 2006 the residential apartments underwent another renovation and converted to condominium units.
- Steve Anderson - silver medalist at the 1928 Summer Olympics in the 110-meter hurdles. Tied the world record in the 120-yard hurdles.
- Rex Buren Beisel – Aviation engineer
- Howard Brandt, Class of 1958 – physicist
- Walter Houser Brattain, 1956 Nobel Prize in Physics; attended for one year.
- Arthur C. Brooks, Class of 1981 – social scientist and president of the American Enterprise Institute
- Tory Bruno, Class of 1979 - aerospace executive and rocket scientist. CEO of United Launch Alliance
- Peter W. Chiarelli, Class of 1967 – Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army (2008–2012)
- Donald R. Colvin, Class of 1936 – law clerk to Justice William O. Douglas, U.S. Supreme Court
- Kathi Goertzen, Class of 1976 – television reporter and news anchor
- Leslie Groves, Class of 1914 – Lieutenant General, oversaw the construction of the Pentagon, directed the Manhattan Project
- Dwight Gustafson, Class of 1948 – composer, music educator.
- Bob Houbregs, Class of 1949 – member, Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
- Helmi Juvonen, Class of 1922 - Artist (Northwest School)
- Hank Ketcham, Class of 1937 – creator of Dennis the Menace
- Gary Kildall, Class of 1961 – microcomputer software pioneer
- Lucile Lomen, Class of 1937 – first woman law clerk at U.S. Supreme Court
- Peter Norton, Class of 1961 – American computer guru / philanthropist
- Mary Randlett, – attended but did not graduate, before becoming a photographer of the Northwest School
- Kirby Wilbur - radio personality and conservative political activist
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- Landmarks Alphabetical Listing for Q Archived July 21, 2011, at the Wayback Machine, Individual Landmarks, Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle. Accessed 28 December 2007.
- Eskenazi, David. "WAYBACK MACHINE: BEST OF QUEEN ANNE HIGH". Sports Press NW. Retrieved 11 July 2018.
- Bardeed, John (1994). "Walter Houser Brattain, 1902—1987" (PDF). National Academy of Sciences.
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