MY NEW SCHOOL
new school looks much more magnificent than my old one.
are a three-story building for classrooms and school offices, a
two-story building for a library and another for laboratory. For
dormitories, we have three two-story buildings, one for girls and
two for boys. The auditorium is so large that eight hundred students
can sit in it without being pressed for room. The dining hall is
still larger. One hundred tables are arranged in five rows.
playground is another wonderful sight. It is twice large as a market
gardener’s plantation. One half of it makes the drill ground for
our morning exercise. The other half is divided into five tennis-courts,
three basket-ball fields and one football ground. Round the whole
ground we have race courses, on both sides of which are planted
palm-trees. A swimming pool is under construction.
what delights me most is the school garden. It is at the back of
our school buildings. In the entrance stand many tall trees to form
an avenue. Then come flower-beds arranged in all kinds of figures.
A bower of thatched roof is on the right and a large hot-house of
glass on the left. The whole garden is filled with fragrance. What
a fun it would be to study our lessons in the shade of trees or
in the bower!