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    Identifying Landmarks

    photo of restored historic entrance to Lincoln High SchoolPer the City of Seattle, a building, object, or structure may be eligible to be listed as a historic landmark if it is more than 25 years old and the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board determines it fits one or more of these categories:

    • It is the location of or is associated in a significant way with an historic event with a significant effect upon the community, city, state, or nation
    • It is associated in a significant way with the life of a person important in the history of the city, state, or nation
    • It is associated in a significant way with a significant aspect of the cultural, political, or economic heritage of the community, city, state or nation
    • It embodies the distinctive visible characteristics of an architectural style, period, or a method of construction
    • It is an outstanding work of a designer or builder
    • Because of its prominence of spatial location, contrasts of siting, age, or scale, it is an easily identifiable visual feature of its neighborhood or the city and contributes to the distinctive quality or identity of such neighborhood or city

    List of Seattle Public Schools Landmarked Buildings

    For landmark designation reports for these schools and information on the landmarks process, visit the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods website at

    • Bagley, Daniel Elementary
    • Bryant Elementary
    • Cedar Park Elementary
    • Cleveland High School
    • Concord Elementary
    • Day, B.F. Elementary
    • Dunlap Elementary
    • Eckstein Middle School (no designation report available)
    • Emerson Elementary
    • Franklin High School
    • Garfield High School
    • Gatewood Elementary
    • Hamilton Middle School
    • Hay, John School (Old Hay) (no designation report available)
    • Hughes, E.C. Elementary
    • Ingraham High School
    • Interlake School
    • Lake City School
    • Latona School (no designation report available)
    • Lincoln High School​
    • Loyal Heights Elementary
    • Madison Middle School
    • Magnolia Elementary
    • Mann, Horace School
    • McGilvra Elementary
    • Montlake Elementary
    • Roosevelt High School
    • Seward School (no designation report available)
    • Stevens Elementary
    • Van Asselt School (original)
    • Webster Elementary​
    • West Queen Anne School (no designation report available)
    • West Seattle High School

    Map of Landmarked Buildings 

    Thumbnail size image of a map showing landmarked school buildings - use link below to download a PDF

    PDF of Landmarked Buildings Map