Tuesday, 8 December 2015


The 10 most unusual schools from around the world
Rayburn Tours, 2 December 2015.

You’d think most schools are generally the same - classrooms, study books, decontamination showers - wait, what? Yes, they come as standard at New Mexico’s underground Abo Elementary School because, well, why shouldn’t a school function as a nuclear fallout shelter?

Hidden away across the globe are some of the most weird and wonderful schools you could ever imagine. Learn about the inner lives of elves at Elf School, brush up on your wand-making skills at Wizard School or take to the water on the Boat Schools of Bangladesh (whatever floats your boat).

These 10 most unusual schools from around the world are sure to make you look at education in a whole new way!

[Click on image to enlarge]

Top image (bottom): The boat schools of Bangladesh. Credit: Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha.

[Post Source: Rayburn Tours. Edited. Top image added.]

1 comment:

  1. Today you can find unusual schools. For example, Mountain Mahogany Community School. The school’s goal is to encourage them to think in a critical and creative way, have a glance at this weblink to find more information about today's possibilities!


Please adhere to proper blog etiquette when posting your comments. This blog owner will exercise his absolution discretion in allowing or rejecting any comments that are deemed seditious, defamatory, libelous, racist, vulgar, insulting, and other remarks that exhibit similar characteristics. If you insist on using anonymous comments, please write your name or other IDs at the end of your message.