Jun 11 2009
It’s not that my high school wasn’t nice. In fact it was pretty awesome. However, one would have to think that in the last 12 years that the advancements in many high schools across the country and around the globe would warrant better facilities.
Granted I live in New York City and most of the public schools are complete dumps, that doesn’t mean the rest of the country hasn’t caught up. I wonder if kids being in better environments will lead to better performance.
I’m guessing it should but what do I know. Plus I don’t care.
Here are some pretty awesome high schools and colleges from around the world
Orestad High School, Copenhagen
Nanyang University, Singapore
High School in Central LA
Gehry-Designed Stata Center at MIT
Victorian College of the Arts School of Drama
Arcadia University’s Grey Towers Castle
Oppenheim’s Miami-Dade College Campus
Concrete and Glass Gateway Building at MICA
Metzo College in Netherlands
Henning Larsing University in Denmark
Rafael Arozarena High School, Spain
Bikuben Student Residence, University of Copenhagen
Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham
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