Well as Sam kept saying "since we are homeschooled we have to check out a school house on vacation" My boy thinks that he is so funny. In reality I would love an area like this to school the boys in. With some more modern features though. :0)
This was the yard that classes happened in sometimes. The view is from our staircase in the hotel. We were right next door.
This was actually taken from our window in the hotel. We were so close to it and the funny thing was that when we first got there we tried finding it on the map. We could not find it, some miss readings were happening. LOL. The building in the picture is actually the kitchen/teachers lounge for the school.
This was actually taken to the front of the school house. If you see there is a chain wrapped around the house. It is attached to the anchor right behind Sam. That was ment to keep the house safe during hurricanes.
This was the list of the last students to attend the school. They were the class of 1864. The years written next to their names were actually the year that they died.
The yard had several statues of like this. They were of different people that had effect on our education system. I do not remember his name for the life of me. The flag though tell me he was from Honduras. Each of the statues had the country flags next to them.
My guys just relaxing in the back yard. I would love to do schooling in the yard.
There was beautiful plants all over the yard. The kids even loved the little animals such as the lizard Sam found in the plant below.
The yard had so many statues like this all around. It was Gabes favorite part. He must have taken 25 to 30 pictures of all the different ones.
Sam's favorite part was that when you finished the tour they gave you a diploma. He thought that was so cool that he got to graduate. See I said he was a funny boy. Still got a couple more years before he actually graduates. (Thankfully)