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Stadium Field, Stadium High School, Tacoma, WA
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The grass sparkles in the morning sun because it’s really synthetic turf. The main school building was originally constructed for the Pacific Northern Railway and Tacoma Land Company to be a luxury hotel that resembled a French chateau. Construction began in 1891 and was halted in 1893 due to a severe economic depression. The Tacoma School District purchased the building in 1894 and turned it into a high school which opened in 1896. The school was a featured location for many of the scenes in the 1999 movie ’10 Things I Hate About You’, a modern day take on Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’. The school was named Padua High in the movie. Julia Stiles, Larisa Oleynik, Heath Ledger and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star in breakout roles.
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