Monday, July 13, 2009

Finishing Touches


Workers are putting the finishing touches
on the new Language and Performing Arts wing,
an addition to the upper school (grades 9 - 12)


at Tacoma's Charles Wright Academy.

The school offers an excellent (albeit expensive)
education from preschool to high school graduation,
with small classes and a challenging curriculum.

Every student must take visual or performing arts classes
in addition to English, math and sciences,
foreign language, history and physical education.



4 comments:

Don and Krise said...

I haven't been by that old school in years. Thank you, I'll have to check it out.

Becky said...

Wow, that's interesting. The new wing looks beautiful. Who runs this private school?

Also, thanks for the comment on my blog yesterday. That's awesome that your ancestors were settlers in this valley many years ago. What a story!

Jacob said...

Fortunate are those so blessed to go there!

Steffe said...

Interesting photo. Much to see here. I like the architecture.