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2551 days ago

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Buffalo Cove Academy & Campis located on a secluded spot in the mountains of North Carolina. The nearest town, Lenoir, is almost twenty miles away. The school is principally an independent Christian institution; however, because it caters to international students, it maintains an open policy. The campus is picturesque, and to enter the premises one has to cross a bridge spanning Buffalo Creek. Facilities are limited, in part due to its location on a hillside, but it can still house about forty boarding students, along with some staff. The institutiton also caters to day only students from the local area. The institution also runs summer camps during the off-season, and camp sessions for foreign students during holidays in the middle of the school year. It also provides special programs for English As A Second Language (ESL), and engages in placement activities for students from all over the world. It is a small institution with a very particular approach, and it is not suitable for eveybody. However, its placement program is expanding, and it can do a good job helping parents find suitable institution for their children. Its small sizes almost guarantees that the student will receive a high degree of personal attention. It is, however, a new institution, and its track record is limited. On the other hand, the management team has considerable experience in education. The facilities, recently acquired, is undergoing major improvements, and the campus could be a very cozy environment for the kids that fit into its structured setting.

Although this institution is not currently active in its own campus, it is now engage in an effort to run a summer program for international students and a summer camp for locals at the site of the Patterson School. This can turn out to be an interseting combination. The campus, however, is not owned by the Patterson School, but by the Patterson Foundation that is leasing the property in a temporary basis. The good thing about the programs of this institution is their pricing. In order to lure a clientele, they have to give good service at a very reasonable price--a tried and true marketing approach. Take advantage of it now.

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2551 days ago

This school is not currently open for business. I will review it when it opens again. The campus is beautiful and secluded. It would be a great place if properly managed. The people currently in charge of making preparation to re-open the institution are highly dependable and honest. I look forward to the day when these facilities are again available.

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3207 days ago

Have watched the effect of this club on nursing home residents and on the teenagers who perform. They gain in confidence, skill and build self esteme by giving back to the community. Their hours count toward community service which helps them get in the college of choice. Great Club.

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3295 days ago

Love the setting, Harry Potter Refectory is breath taking. Did not see any owels delivering the mail at breakfast though! Friendly, well mannered children who looked happy to be at school. I just wish I could go back to school and go to Dover College. Must try and get myself a job there I think!

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3567 days ago

Heritage Hall in Oklahoma City is a coeducational, college-prep school in North Oklahoma City. Founded in 1969, Heritage Hall’s founding clashed with the period of the “white flight”, a reaction against segregated schools. Racial diversity has therefore been an important characteristic of the school since its origins. The school has no religious affiliation and opens its doors to students of all nationalities, races, religions and ethnicity.

Heritage Hall is open for students from preschool through 12th grade. Over 20% of students of color make up the student body of the school – a racial diversity that equals the Oklahoma state average. About 850 students are enrolled in the school. Guy Bramble, appointed in 1988, serves as the headmaster. Accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, Heritage Hall is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.

The motto of Heritage Hall, Oklahoma City is “To Learn, To Lead, To Serve.” The school’s symbol is evocative of passion and excellence, that of a torch burning with the letters “HH”.

The athletic teams of Heritage Hall, dressed in the school colors of navy blue and Vegas gold, are called the Chargers. The middle school and high school students of the school are able to take part in competitive sports, since the school is a member of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities.

Heritage Hall, Oklahoma City is one of the premier and reputable schools in the city, enabling kids to face the world better and perform well in their future careers. OKC hotels similarly maintain a reputation for hospitality and comfort at affordable rates for visitors to this vibrant city.

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3573 days ago

I never wanted to go back to my old High School for reunions. The people would simply not be as you remembered them, and some would always try to be big bragging types. Time to move to the next chapter of life and forget the people in High School

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3618 days ago

They even look more rediculous than black teenagers. I hate rap too and that's pretty much all the crap they listen to.

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3659 days ago

Its getting rediculous! Thank u Columbine

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3661 days ago

Very true

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