Okay, so here goes my new junior and senior high school. I'm really proud of this. For me this is something amazing. LOL I normally build a box style building, if it be a house, a business, a park, you get the idea. So this, I'm really, really happy with. I hope you enjoy the pics!
So this is the front view of the school. It's a cheerful school (or so I hope) and that's why it's that wonderful bright green color.
The old welcome school sign has been salvaged and placed in front of the new building. Thanks to Simmington Hills, who made me this sign way back in 2007 when I first started Riverdale.
The entry to the school, with a view of the administration office. Signs are posted to let students, teachers and, visitors know that Riverdale Jr/Sr High is a safe zone, being drug free as well as smoke free.
Welcome to the administration office. It's the first place all visitors will enter upon entering the school. This is also where all new students must come to enroll for their education.
This is the secretary's desk. She's here to welcome visitors, to write late passes for tardy students, and to announce to the Principal when their are pupils waiting to speak with him.
Another shot of her desk just because I like it. LOL
A few chairs for seating as you wait to be seen by the Principal.
This is the lost and found nook. Lose something look here first!
This is the single bathroom in the admin. office.
The nurse's office is also located in the admin. office as well. There is a small cot for sick students to rest on.
And the nurse's "station," or desk. You can see some contraceptives sitting there. It's all part of a new sexual education program in the school. Many parents are against it but prevention is better then a flood of teen mothers and fathers.
This is the Principal's office. This is the view that he sees when speaking with students and sometimes parents.
This is the view students see.
The main hall after entering the school. The main entrance is on the West side of the school, where the administration office is located as well as the auditorium and the cafeteria.
The award display case, showing off all the awards won by the sports teams.
The view from the outside of the auditorium.
The view from the stage. The funky carpet is said to keep the teens awake and alert during gatherings.
Here is the cafeteria, stainless steel gives it a sleek and clean look.
Drink and snack machines as well as a change machine.
One last pic of the cafeteria.
There is no gym in this school but the kids won't miss it. As long as they have a basket ball hoop (which they almost didn't get.) And some nice greenery for students who don't like to play B-ball.
And some sitting area.
The hall that connect the West side of the school to the East, where all the classes are located.
Before I forget, next to the hall there is a post it board on display. Here is where students can get all current activities that are happening in the school. Oh, and if you've noticed that the school is carpeted, that's because here where I live, the suburban schools have carpeting. ;)
Entering the East side of the school you'll find the library. There are six computers, though they may look old they have all there is to offer for knowledge gaining. (Thanks Monique's hacked pc.)
The bookshelves and sitting area for students who want to read instead of surfing the web.
Next to the library is the main bathrooms. And drinking fountains!
I warn you I have a lot of bathroom spam because I love these downloads that I found! The soap dispenser and paper towel. How cool are they!
And if you're in need of a tampon this machine has you covered!
And a nifty paper seat cover and bar to help you get up if you get stuck.
And the ever present toilet paper dispenser and small trash can.
The boys have the same thing minus the small trash can and tampon machine. ;)
The hall way leading to the class rooms.
This is the combined 7th and 8th grade class room. They get the lovely view looking out onto the enclosed court yard. (Lucky kids!)
Another angle of their class, notice the teacher's desk. It was the smallest class room, so the teacher, sadly, has to suffer with the smallest desk.
This is the combined 9th and 10th grade class.
And their teacher's desk. All teacher's will be able to accessorize their work space once school starts.
Here is the teacher's desk in the 11th and 12th grades class room.
And another angle of their class as well.
Here is the art room. Students can learn how to paint. There is also a self for those special student's who's piece of art or picked to be put on display.
If painting isn't your thing you can learn how to make a plate using the pottery wheel.
The wash station. Have to keep everything clean and tidy.
The music room where students can beat away on the drums, ping on the piano...
Or scratch out a toon on the violin. The synthesizer is a good tool to work with too, so I've heard.
And last but not least is the shop room. There are two work benches...
Well, that's the school I hope you enjoyed the tour. Classes will begin September 2013.