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"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 school[]

Staff[]

Students (1988-1989 school year)[]

Students (2016-2017 school year)[]

Alumni[]

1968 Steeplejack team picture[]

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 "/".[2]

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 quarterbacks 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

Gallery[]

Behind the scenes[]

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

Filming location for Twin Peaks High School Field from Episode 17 is located at 1924 Lake Drive in Beverly Hills, California. [3]

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