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Kelloggsville High School

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Today, I was driving down Division and happen to notice the Kalloggsville Middle and High School. Maybe its the way the buildings are arranged. But it seems that the high school is dwarfed by the middle school in size. Just wondering as to why? Does the middle school feed both Godwin High and Kalloggsville High, explaining its shear size or is it something else?

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You probably saw only the facade facing Division Ave. Look down Jean St. for more clearity. The Middle school looks larger, only because its multilevel and its impossing architecture, but I'm sure they are pretty even in square footage. Something also, the pine trees and landscape cloud the picture.

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You probably saw only the facade facing Division Ave. Look down Jean St. for more clearity. The Middle school looks larger, only because its multilevel and its impossing architecture, but I'm sure they are pretty even in square footage. Something also, the pine trees and landscape cloud the picture.

That's what I figured. It doesn't make sence that a middle school be larger than a high school.

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