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Public Schools in King County

PUBLIC AND ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS IN WASHINGTON UNDER KING COUNTY
This link covers high schools, middle schools and elementary schools. This website is geared toward people who have moved to a new location and are seeking information about local schools. You can click on the Home link and it will take you to a listing of states. Click on the state of your choice and it will take you to a listing of counties in that state. The other option is to put the name of the school into the Google search engine along with the city or state and it should bring up some selections. Most large schools have websites.

Research Strategy: Obtaining information about high school students and graduates can be accomplished by finding high school year books. The Seattle Public Library has a great collection in the Seattle Room on the 10th floor of the library. See the information for the Seattle Public Library under Public Libraries above. Some yearbooks can be found at genealogical societies or historical societies locally. Middle and elementary would be more difficult although some do have yearbooks.

3RD STREET BOOK EXCHANGE
A store in Maryland which has yearbooks online. The store is at 1615 3rd St., Marysville, WA 98270 and the phone is 360-659-8734.

The other option is to contact the school directly. As an example just do an online search for Roosevelt High School and you will find their website at http://roosevelths.seattleschools.org/. The alumni link is to the foundation: www.rooseveltfoundation.org and they have interesting information there. In order to find an alumni you probably will have to contact the school directly and ask questions. Privacy laws require that schools not reveal or give out information about their students so you will need to find out what their rules are. Since Roosevelt is under the Seattle School District you could find older information at the Seattle Public Schools Archives which I have listed under Special Archives section below. It depends on the size of the school district if they will have an archive.