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HighSchool
"From the Pearl Lakes to Snake River...
From Seattle to distant Rome...
We must always love and cherish...
Our High School and our Home.
"
Twin Peaks Alma Mater[src]

Twin Peaks High School was the high school in Twin Peaks. Laura Palmer was a student at the time of her murder and classes were ended early the next day after a moment of silence.

As of 1989, the school mascot was a Steeplejack, which replaced the Lumberjack as early as 1969.

People affiliated with the schoolEdit

StaffEdit

Students (1988-1989 school year)Edit

AlumniEdit

1968 Steeplejack team pictureEdit

The page has some incoherencies in its annotations: there are a few different names for the same pictured person. This is indicated here with the slash symbol "/".[1]

Back row: #81 Stu Grefendorfer / halfback Henry "Hank" Jennings "The Lonesome End", Jim Jacoby, #42 David Tremayne, #55 Dennis Rohrer, #33 Gary Leicht, #52 Casper Frey, #51 Vince Brennan, #78 Toby Markle, #67 Bill Shear / sidelined 7 quaterbacks Herb "Cutthroat" Sear, #50 Phil "Hashbrowns" Mazlowski (frontline), #53 Mannie "Schonozia" Josephson, #12 Thadilonius "Toad" Barker (defensive back), #17 Greg Franchea, Dave Rrattichett, Mark Bartlett, Mickey Koontz, Sam Herd

Middle row: Coach Bellis, Chaplain "Uncle Walt" Barnhardt, trainer / student manager Herb Frederick / Fredrick, #66 Lance Masterlund, #73 Mac Fousteck, #61 Earle Black, #70 Sam Miller / Bruce "Brucie" Moretti, #56 Lester Arnholdt, #75 Henry Houlanan, Matt Stewart, #62 Bruce Moretti, #13 Richard Jepsen, #32 Colby Baker, #41 Mike Greeby, #40 Philip Fitzgerald, #14 Gary Swyker, Asst. Coaches Bill Chapman, Gene Pamloski, Bill Conway / Student Trainer Greg "Goat" Latroit "Father to Everybody"

Front row: #82 Samuel Diefenderfer "Be-bop-a-lula,she's my baby", #71 Kenny Wilson, #74 Halfback Tommy "The Hawk" Hill "Hero of the Undefeated Season", #34 Albert "The Muff" Furrer, #63 Ralph Roister "moron", #64 John Johnson, #30 Jeff Hurley, #72 Tony Bacci, #10 quarterback Harry S. Truman / #60 Ed "Big Ed" Hurley, #44 Steve Farkel, #20 Don Pinkle, #57 Tim Simons, #80 Stan Lillas, #22 Ted Bjornborg, #54 Mike Reevo, #23 Joe Hastings, #11 Skip Lippertz

Behind the scenesEdit

In the series Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks High School was shot at Mt. Si High School in North Bend, Washington but in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Snohomish High School in Snohomish, Washington was used instead.

ReferencesEdit

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