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                       Buildings Then and Now
                                                                     Hoey Hall
                                                                                          aka Upper School
                                                                                                           Page 14

Renovations Completed in 2008
Pictures of the Third (second) Floor

The second and third floor of the west wing looked identical during our tour, I couldn't tell
of any major differences, although there may be.

By the way, during the processing of this page, it was discovered that the numbering of
the floors has changed. Back in the day, the main floor was the first floor, the top floor
was referred to as the second floor, and the basement was admiringly called the dungeon.
As evidenced in the close up picture below, the top floor is now the third floor.

Lockers, eh?

For reference purposes, the above two pictures were taken facing the west wing
and in this picture, the lockers are further down the hallway next to the
yellow board on the wall.

Looks as if Drivers Ed is taught on third floor nowadays.

This is a close up of the bear sticker
shown in the picture above

Of course, I had to include these two.

Go to Page 15 - Pictures of the First Floor (Basement)
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