Tree Academy's New Home

8 Jan 2019

According to TREE community members, the new campus is much better than TREE’s original location. However, as someone new to TREE, it is impossible for me to compare the new campus to the old one. So I decided to talk to a variety of people to get their thoughts about this subject. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt, who has taught at TREE since it was created, said, “I think the new campus is great. I love it! There is so much more room for students.”

 

One of our current 11th graders, Jesset, is new to TREE, but she did attend Pacific Hills School, which occupied the campus prior to us moving in. Jesset said that TREE has greatly improved the campus as compared to how it was last year when she attended Pacific Hills. “It’s definitely better. It was so depressing. People didn’t even want to go in.”

 

A ninth grader, Auggie, has attended TREE for three years. When discussing the new campus, he said, ”I really like it, I think it’s a big improvement, and it feels much more like a traditional school.”

I will continue to ask others what they think too. If you have any thoughts you’d like to share email me at rowan.koskoff@treeacademy.org. 
 

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