Tacoma, Washington's undeveloped little brother. Home of the West coasts largest port, and also one of the nations highest public shooting rates. Home of Stadium High School
, a high school that looks like a castle (refur to 10 things i hate about you) as well as five mile drive in lovely point defiance, which is mainly used to see how high you can get IN five miles. Has a weird smell as you cross 509 on a cold day. Beatiful area, except for Hilltop, which should be off limits to white people after dark (just for your protection). Tacoma, also rightfully refured to as Tacompton, as many upscale(and downscale) restruants and bars on its famed 6th ave. many historical events and buildings are in the area. I love this town you are close to the mountains and the water, you can go surfing and snowboarding in the same day.
Tacoma:Large city in Washington state south of Seattle.
Man 1: hey are you going to the mall today?
Man 2: na i wouldnt go there today, my buddy is going to shot it up today.
Man 1: o ok, well then, you want to go to school?
Man 2: i wouldnt do that either, i hear some asian is looking for some dude there.
Man 1: ok, your not leaving me with a bunch of options
Man 2: how about we just do some meth, steal a car and drive through five mile drive?
Man 1: DEAL!
Stadium High School: The main building was constructed by architects Hewitt and Hewitt for the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and the Tacoma Land Company in 1906. It was originally intended to be a luxury hotel. The school was also the filming location and setting for the 1999 movie 10 Things I Hate about You, although the film takes place in Seattle.
The original building was under repair through the end of the 2006 school year. Students were temporarily relocated to the old site of Mount Tahoma High School in the south end, just over 7 miles away. The 100 year celebration of Stadium High School was held in September of 2006. Even though Their Football team hasnt faired well for the past decade, a crowd upward of 10,000 people showed up to watch the tigers hold off wilson scoreless untill the 3rd quarter, where interceptions became crutial to the defeat of Stadium.
Stadium High School: a over 100 year old high school that looks like a castle found in tacoma
home of the tigers for over 100 years, currently has around 2000 students. A large bowl like stadium was the first lighted stadium west of the mississippi.
even though one of the most proven schools in washington it is still refured to as "stay dumb and high"