“The school is a handsome Colonial-style building, with a large white portico on the front. It was originally built in 1929; an addition was added in 1949; a second in 1956, and a new library in 1972. The school sits back from the street on a broad lawn with several bushes and trees in front of it. The door has shiny brass trim, as do the principal's office and the teachers' lounge. Each classroom has polished oak cabinets with cut-glass doors. The windows of the classrooms sparkle. There is an asphalt play area in back, and beyond that two large grassy playing fields and a running track. The principal is involved, with some of the parents, in building a "tire playground. "Most of the homes along the streets near the school are large estates, partially hidden by foliage and long driveways” (Anyon, 1981, page 23).
Very elegant and originally built buildings, large lawn, very nicely put together and built well
I do understand that living an elite life style you expect that your kids should as well so i don't blame them for putting their kids in an amazing education. I still feel some what differently that the kids in the working class are failing short of education because of their parents social status.