Washington Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings

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Seminary of St. Thomas the Apostle
Kenmore, WA
The Seminary of St. Thomas the Apostle was built from 1956-1958. Since 1996, the property has been owned by Bastyr University. [map]

Bouillon Hall
Ellensburg, WA
Psychology Building
Ellensburg, WA
Bouillon Hall at Central Washington University was built as a library in 1961. [map]

The Psychology Building at Central Washington University was designed by Grant, Copeland & Chervenas and built in 1972. [map]

Auburn High School [gone]
Auburn, WA
Auburn High School was built in 1950. This building was demolished in 2014.

More Hall Annex [gone]
Seattle, WA
More Hall Annex at the University of Washington was built in 1961. It housed a nuclear reactor which was used for research by the Nuclear Engineering Department until 1988. Although the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it had been vacant for many years. It was demolished in 2016.

Tyee High School
SeaTac, WA
Tyee High School, now the Tyee Educational Complex, was built in 1962. The campus features five round structures. [map]

John F. Kennedy Catholic High School
Burien, WA
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School was built from 1965-1968. It was originally known as John F. Kennedy Memorial High School. The name was changed in 2009. The round building, located at the center of the campus, is the school's chapel. [map]

Sam Carver Gymnasium
Bellingham, WA
Sam Carver Gymnasium at Western Washington University was built in 1961. The building was being renovated when these photos were taken in 2015. [map]

Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA
These buildings at Evergreen State College were built in the early 1970s. [map]

former Big Bend Community College
Moses Lake, WA
This courtyard canopy at the former Big Bend Community College was designed by Paddock & Hollinbery and built in 1963. The school is now occupied by the Moses Lake Christian Academy. [map]

Pearce & Dressler Halls
Cheney, WA
Pearce & Dressler Halls at Eastern Washington University were built in 1964 and 1966, respectively. The buildings serve as dormitories, Pearce for men and Dressler for women. I missed shooting Isle Hall which was built in 1957. For more, see this website. [map]

Spokane Falls Community College
Spokane, WA
These two buildings at Spokane Falls Community College house the Humanities Building (top photo) and the Library (bottom photo). I believe they were built in 1967. [map]

More Washington:
Olympic College: Physical Education Building (Bremerton)
Central Washington University: Bouillon Hall (Ellensburg)
University of Washington: Faculty Club (Seattle) [map]
Pioneer Middle School: 1, 2 (Wenatchee)