Quirkiness definitely. But you're talking about the best and brightest Archived Message
Posted by CubsWonWorldSeries on May 19, 2022, 11:20:59, in reply to "Ahh got it. . it's a win/win for her. . "
And probably close to 50% professors'k kids.
The freedom was always a big draw to me. They treated you (mostly) like adults. Gum, baseball caps, open campus even in 8th grade. It was liberating.
It's a great school, but (just my personal experience) all the Uni High grads I've met have all been a little "quirky" and march to the beat of their own drummer.
I'm sure there are exceptions (maybe some on here). The social thing is the only concern I have for my son who has his heart set on going to Uni.
To be fair, it will be her third high school and she's just finishing her freshman year.
Yeah, for real, like everything changed in a week.
And two weeks before the end of the school year.
I don't ####ing know.
Maybe we can just start a homeschool for our #secondchildren. :wall