Bealey Boulevard School

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Bealey Boulevard School
SCOURGED!
Bealey Boulevard School

Chancelwood [66,7]

wasteland Gapper Place Railway Station a carpark
wasteland Bealey Boulevard School Cradock Row Fire Station
the Cheatle Motel the Bucknall Motel Roger Plaza

Basic Info:

  • Among the internal descriptions found in Schools:
    • "Half-finished work is scattered across the floor."
  • This building can be barricaded normally

Description

Students at Chancelwood's "second" school never received any of the benefits lavished upon those attending the nearby Kempe Way School. When the Henshaw Monument was erected at the gates of Kempe Way School it was decreed that in the spirit of equality in education, Bealey Boulevard School would see the neighbouring wasteland developed into sports facilities for the school.When Kempe Way was gifted with a short range broadcast mast for it's student radio station, Bealey Boulevard was promised a park with sports facilities to be developed on the neighbouring wasteland. In 2003, coinciding with the opening of the Rodges Stadium, sports facilities were built in Hathway Park, for the exclusive use of Kempe Way School students. At the end of 2003, in an effort to satiate the furious parents of the Bealey Boulevard students, two motels were built at the bottom of the playground.


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School is out forever. Bealey Boulevard School (August 2007)

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Update

March 05 Pinyata'd by Extinction. --Krazyxman 06:53, 6 March 2008 (UTC)

History

1:12am, A student is seen on the steps of the building.--JHORROR Black Delta Mockridge Heights 07:13, 13 April 2009 (BST)

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