Broadway High School was a special place that made learning and growing up as a high school student in Seattle memorable. But when you look at the Seattle skyline and think about its pre-eminent place on the globe, with its numerous icon businesses and institutions, you cannot ignore the contributions of the many talented students who graduated from Broadway High. The memories are a source of pride that will last forever.
Broadway Pride, a project of the Broadway High School Alumni Association, debuts on SCCtv Saturday, May 24 at 8pm, in Seattle on Comcast Channel 28/Wave Broadband Channel 19, outside of Seattle through our live simulcast right here at www.scctv.net. If you missed the broadcast debut, SCCtv is showing Broadway Pride every Saturday at 8pm through Saturday, October 4, 2014.
Watch and listen to the stories of graduates of Broadway. Learn why this school, which closed following World War II, remains an important part of Seattle's history, a history that continues with Seattle Central College.
For more history on Broadway High School, check out these links:
- History Link's history of Broadway High School.
- Seattle Central College's history page.
- Broadway Performance Hall web page.
DVD copies of Broadway Pride are available from the Broadway High School Alumni Association Archives Office in the Broadway Performance Hall - $20. To purchase your copy, contact Jeff Watts, BHS Alumni Association Archives Office at 206-361-9262. Proceeds benefit the Broadway High School Alumni Association.