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Posted: Jun 4 2006, 03:04 PM
KUZE & PANDA 4EVER
Member No.: 1
Joined: 13-June 05
In the 1950's, Torrence Aideen was a man with a mission. Wanting to put his name on something big as a "get rich quick scheme", he bought out an old school building, attempting to turn it into some sort of vacational area. The plan fell short and in 1956, Aideen sold the building over to a woman named Georgia Tynan. She cleaned up the place with big bucks and some help from a few friends (specifically the Seana-Franklyn family, whom are thanked dozens of thousands times in roughly every letter from back then and even got the school partially named after them), helping the place grow into a suitable enough place for Elementary learning. The school grew from there with a highschool add-on in 1967.
Grades kindergarten to fifth are considered Elementary, with sixth to eighth following as Middleschool (or the "Junior School"), and, last but not least, ninth to twelfth being Highschool (AKA the "Senior School"). The three schools have been combined into one. The majority of the Elementary part of the school occupies ground level, Middleschool being second floor, and Highschool being up at the top and scattered wherever else there are free rooms in the building.
All students sixth grade and up are required to wear lanyards that symbolize what grade they are in, along with some form of identification. Kids usually destroy their I.D.s, the typical reason being that they hate their school photos. Their dress code isn't all that strict, allowing hats in the building. No hoods, though.
CLASSES TAKEN -
Mr. Dolph's Homeroom 11B. Grade 11th.
Mr. Duana's Homeroom 11C. Grade 11th.
Mr. Dolph teaches English. He's a weirdo who "pervs out" on the kids. Mr. Duana teaches Science. He's a take no crap kind of teacher and makes the class feel like a dictatorship.
These classes are going to be camping! Yay!