Anyway, right. Seth and I went to the HA yesterday to talk to the admissions director and take a tour of the school. Having gone to public school, and not your standard-run-of-the-mill schools, at that, I find it hard to have a measuring stick with which to measure my impression of the school. But it's pleasant. They have a separate wing of the school for the preschool kids, so that's pretty nifty. The idea of sending my kid to the same school from 2 years old through Sr. year of high school is a little weird, though. Not in a bad way, necessarily, but in an unfamiliar way. The admissions director kept pointing out the advantages to having such a large school (usually referring to resources at their disposal). Large? How many students are there? Oh, a little over 700 from nursery school through 12th grade. Um. There were more than that in my freshman class of high school alone. Wow. Total change of perspective. I'm not saying that there aren't advantages to small schools. I'm sure there are abundant advantages. It's just a new thing to get used to is all.
And OY! The sticker shock! Whew!
That is all for now.