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March 15, 1963 ,,, Catholic Northwest ,Progres---11 i . , ::.. . " s-? ? !" ; :: :':::" : : , . ::; ' ;422; ; ; ' 72 GOTTELAND & KOCZARSKI South King County Architects JOHN W. MALONEY Bellevue Architects E. E. MILLS 'and ASSOCIATES South Tacoma High School Architects New High Schools Are Planned Immediately under consideration is the construction of five new high schools to be strategically located in various central areas of the Archdiocese. South Seattle High School will be the first school constructed and will serve the parishes of South King County. Four other schools will follow on schedule when teaching staffs have been secured from religious communities of men and women. Bellevue High School which will serve parishes in Bellevue, Kirk]and. Redmond, Lake Hills, Eastgate, Horizon View, Issaquah and Mercer Island. South Tacoma High School which will serve the parishes in South and East Tacoma. Vancouver Area High School which will serve the parishes in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania Counties. North King County High School which will serve parishes in the northern end of King County and Southern portion of Snohomish County. Further long range planning calls for the construction of additional regional Archdiocesan high schools in the following areas: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Chehalis, Everett, Longview and Renton. .................................... i  ia,  McCOY &. BRADBURY Vancouver Area Architects Description Of New High Schools All the new high schools will be co-institutional in character with boys and girls pursuing their studies in separate wings, associating only in the library, the cafeteria and in certain of the elective courses. This makes it possible for boys and girls to receive an education specifically designed to meet the needs of each, with additional opportunities for participation in common in some phases of the extra- curricular program such as dramatics, publications and social activities. The buildings will be completely equipped with every modern convenience and are designed to accommodate up to 1,500 students, depending upon the locality. KLONTZ & WREDE Architects North King County High School