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I attended kindergarten in 1975 in a Deerlodge, MT. My teachers name was Mrs. Hart.
How about you, where did you go to school? Pick whatever age you like.
The primary school in my local village (UK)
A state grammar secondary school (UK)
First degree at Cambridge University, UK
PhD at Durham University, UK
I started first grade (did not go to kindergarten) in 1959 in the so-called Graded Building that was part of Morristown Elementary School in Morrisville, Vt. This is my first grade class photo. I'm second from left in the next to the last row.
...6 different grade schools, 2 hi schools, 5 different colleges.
Schools in Oregon, calif., Wisc. Nj and Fla.
That's what happens when yer a "foster kid."
Los Angeles, CA - Elementary, Middle, High
Torrence, CA - Jr. College
Northridge, CA - Completion of College
All the schools I attended were in Massachusetts, where I still reside.
This is in order-
1st-2nd grade, I went to Ballet, which was up the street from the house my parents bought.
3rd grade, I went to White Street School, had to be bussed to get there.
4th grade, I went to Sumner Ave School, had to be bussed there also.
5th and 6th grade, I went to Elias Brookings School, which I lived close enough I could walk to school.
7th-9th grade, I went to Forest Park Junior High, which is now a middle school, but was able to walk to school.
10th-12th grade, I went to High School of Commerce, which I took public bus to get back and forth.
No further education after that.
Providence R.I. for me, and Texas in later years.
I been to Boston one time. Feel in love with it. Mass. has so much history too you know that I was completely over stimulated it all. It was great. But my hubby won't take me back.:sad:
I attended Fair Oaks Elementary School and Nathaniel Bacon Elementary School for grades 1st through 6th in the cities of Fair Oaks and Richmond, respectively.
Attended East End Junior High for grades 7th through 8th the city of Richmond.
Attended Armstrong High School fro grades 9th through 12th in the city of Richmond.
Attended Virginia State University for my college education in the city of Petersburg. All schools located in the state of Virginia, U.S.A.
No kindergarten, but from 1st through college all in the little town of LaGrande, Or. Various schools there, but in a town of 10,000 it doesn't make much difference and there was only one high school and junior high (middle) school.
When I started college they only offered 2 years of my major, but in my sophomore year they added a third year and when I was a junior they added the degree. It worked out well.
These are the schools I attended in Queens, NYC:
P.S. 169 grades K-6
I.S. 25 grades 7-9
Bayside High School
Queens College Undergrad and Graduate School
I also attended Adelphi University, Long Island for another graduate program.
Queens? Oh my I would have been overwhelmed I think.
Bayside? My High School is really close to it: Princess Anne High
I'm at George Mason University right now. Planning on Johns Hopkins for my graduate studies.
Nvm. I thought you meant the Bayside High in Virginia.
I completed my entire schooling in Texarkana, TX. Elementary through High School. 1976 HS grad. Twenty-nine years later, I finally finished college and graduated with a BAAS in Behavioral Science at TX A&M.
Everyone in my family has a college degree now. Dad, Bachelor in Architecture at Texas Tech. Mom, Masters in Education, NE TX University. Sister, Master of Fine Arts, Tempe Arizona. Brother, PhD in Art History, Austin TX. My son, Dual degrees in Astronomy & Physics at University of Washington. My daughter, Dual Associates Degree in Agriculture * General Studies at Texarkana College.
I'm proud we all furthered our education!!!
I attended Kindergarten through second grade at Grayling Elementary in Detroit, MI.
Third grade at Woodrow Wilson Elementary in Ferndale, MI.
Fourth grade at Lincoln Elementary in Lincoln, MI
Fifth and Sixth grade at Harrisville Elementary in Harrisville, MI
Seventh through twelfth grade at Alcona High School in Lincoln, MI
Two semesters at Alpena Community College in Alpena, MI
Three semesters at Madonna University in Livonia, MI
Whew. That's all.
Oh my goodness did you move around a lot?
Yes and no...everything till third grade was in metro Detroit.
Everything after 3rd grade was in the same county, but it was a large (area-wise anyway) rural county in northern Michigan (Alcona). The community college was in the adjacent county (Alpena).
After ACC, I had moved back down to metro Detroit. Livonia is a Detroit suburb.
Oh I get it. Too cool. Im like Cags. After the second grade I went to the same school 2-12 on the same campus. There was only one school to go to. I was a Tipton Cardinal my whole childhood.
From aged 4 to 7, I attended Birches Green Infants School.
From 7 to 11, I attended Birches Green Junior School.
From 11 to 12, I attended Boldmere Middle School.
From 12 to 14, I attended Boldmere Senior School.
From 14 to 19, I attended Plantsbrook Senior School.
These schools are all in Birmingham, England.
Hi from across the Atlantic! We have a Birmingham. Birmingham, Alabama home to the civil rights movement. Infants school... I guess that would be our preschool age group sometimes called headstart.
Birmingham City Council decided to produce a flyer, to post through every door in Birmingham, which has a population of approximately 1.5 million. It had a photograph on the front, to show the changing skyline of Birmingham, which has been transformed by the building of higher and higher skyscrapers. Although the picture looked like Birmingham, it was hard to make out individual buildings, and it just didn't look quite right. Then an observant person realised that the skyline was actually of Birmingham Alabama.
Primary school (5-10) ~ Miramar Central (Wellington NZ)
Intermediate (11-12) ~ Evans Bay Intermediate (Wgtn NZ)
High School (13-17) ~ Rongotai College (Wgtn NZ)
I attended Tidwell in kindergarten 1984 in Houston, TX. My teacher was name miss Gardner which later she was the receptionist for my first son school ,which made me proud to know he was going to be experiencing something that I ready had. “Love”
K & 1st: Mill Hill Elementary (Southport, CT)
2nd & 3rd: Riverfield Elementary (Fairfield, CT)
4th: Rowayton Elementary (Rowayton, CT)
5th: Naramake Elementary (Norwalk, CT)
6th, 7th, 8th: St. Philip's (Norwalk, CT) because kids kept getting stabbed at Nathan Hale.
Had an oppurtunity to skip 8th and declined.
9th-12th: Fairfield College Preparatory School (Fairfield, CT)
run by the Jesuits.
And then Marywood University in Scranton, PA
run by a radical order of Catholic nuns called the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) that did not officially recognize the Pope.
Should have known what type of girls attend a Catholic institution that is 95% percent female.
Elementary schools: Thornwood Elem. in Houston, TX; international school by what name I don't rememeber, Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia; Bear Creek Elem., Houston, TX
Junior High school: Mayde Creek JH, Katy, TX
High School: Taylor HS, Katy, TX; Riverwood HS, Atlanta, GA
Not that I'm aware, but who knows. My first ancestor in this country emigrated to Connecticut from England in 1635. Chances are, we are related.
Age 4-10 - Marquette Elementary
Age 10-13 - Marquette Middle (yes, technically the same building)
Age 13-17 - East High.
Currently - Madison College (name recently changed from Madison Area Technical College)
Next? Most likely the University of Wisconsin Madison. (if I choose to continue...I keep changing my mind. lol) They seem to have a good creative writing program.
Preschool - Teacher: Ms. Wrigley (Don't remember the name of the school)
Elementary School - Kempsville Elementary
Middle School - Plaza Middle MYP Academy
High School - Princess Anne High International Baccalaureate Academy
College - George Mason University
Goosewell Infants School - Plymstock, Devon
Royal Naval Junior School, Singapore
Goosewell Junior school Plymstock Devon
Parkwood Junior School , Rainham, Kent
Chatham Grammar School for Girls, Chatham Kent
Hayesfield school, Bath, Avon nee Somerset!
University of Leicester
I attended St. Xaviers till the 10 th standard nd then the Assembly of God church in the 11th nd 12th standrad.
We didn't have kindergarten "back then".....so I started first grade in the fall of 1969 and spent all 12 years in the same small town school district in central Texas. We didn't even have air conditioning until 5th grade.
Looking forward to my 30th reunion this year!
I started Yewdale Primary School in 1989 in my city Carlisle (UK)
Then to Morton Secondary School In 1996 Carlisle (UK)
Then Glasgow University 2002 Scotland(UK)
I attended in University in 2002 in Beijing (China).
I left some regrets in there.
In 1963 I started Kindergarten at the Martha B. Crawford Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado. After that, my school career reads like a scavenger hunt:
Virginia Court Elementary Aurora, Colorado
Wheeling Elementary Aurora, CO
South Jr. High Aurora, CO
East Jr. High Aurora, CO
Mapleton High School Denver, CO
John F. Kennedy High School Denver, CO
Durango High School Durango, CO (Animas River Valley
in the San Juan Mountains. Yes,
there were bears!)
Reynolds High School Troutdale, Oregon
And that doesn't count my short stint in Kettering Girls' School in Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK
I am from Zion, Illinois
Elmwood Elementary for K-6
Central Jr High for middle school
Zion Benton for high school (Class of 1991)
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