11 Things You Know Are True If You Went To A Small High School In Delaware
A small state with small towns meant lots of small high schools, with class sizes in the double digits and graduation ceremonies that lasted less than an hour being normal. When you compare small high schools in Kent and Sussex county with the larger, urban schools like Newark High School, it’s clear to see there’s a difference in the way things went down in our tiny, rural classrooms. How many of these can you relate to?
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There were so many benefits to growing up in a tiny town and attending a small high school in Delaware… but growing up in the First State means you’re pretty much guaranteed to understand these 10 struggles of life in Delaware.