And though my lack of education hasn't hurt me none
I can read the writing on the wall
-Paul Simon, "Kodachrome"
|Juanita High School, Kirkland, Washington about 1972 (photo credits below*)|
|Erroneously assumed to be the computer|
that ran our academic life
|A Media Carrel. The push-buttons were new. |
Remember, it's 1971.
This was that era's iPod along with the computer to the right
The concept was revolutionary. Hence, the Rebel mascot. (It was clearly a Revolutionary War Rebel, not Confederate. This was the Pacific Northwest even if oddly with a Spanish-named bay on Lake Washington.) And it was uniquely the "Juanita System" even if open-concept schools were the new thing in education making their way around the country.