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From the long winding road through the forest that leads to the Eastern Facade of the main building to the lake behind the school, the 300 acre campus has a lot to see and explore. The gate is locked after curfew and when school is not in session, otherwise a security guard must open it to allow passage in or out. A forest surrounds the sporting fields, the campus and the lake leading to high walls and the Western boundary cliffs that line the Pacific Ocean. Rumor has it that an underground passage leads all the way out to the Breakers, but that it is too dangerous to use as it opens quite suddenly to a sheer cliff face. And that if you aren't careful you may end up plummeting more than five stories down into the rock strewn surf below. Not many have found it nor are there many living who can recount or recant the validity of such a rumor.breakers campus forest lake sporting fields gymnasium
|55||493||May 21 2013, 11:59 PM
In: Confused alarms of struggle...
By: James McKee
From the entrance hall to the reception rooms and faculty offices on the East, to the large dining hall, red curtained theatre, this floor contains most of the public spaces where students and faculty may entertain visitors without a pass.entrance hall rec. rooms dining hall theatre faculty offices
|29||252||May 16 2013, 10:19 AM
In: When I say jump...
By: Scotty Hunnicutt
Most of the academic classrooms are held on this floor as are several communal spaces for the students including study lounges for each grade level. The library is located in the North Tower and rises from the second to the fourth floor and contains almost every book ever printed. The occult section centering on magic is rather extensive though some of these books are locked within a room just off the fourth floor balcony.classrooms common rooms studies library infirmary
|28||124||May 20 2013, 12:32 PM
In: Thoughts Become Us
By: Remington Graham
Wings stretch outward toward the west providing the privileged views of the lake and forest. One Wing contains the freshman dorms, baths and lounge. The other offers housing to the sophomores and nearly mirrors the design of the other wing, with the exception that there are more private baths. The upper reaches of the dining hall and on opposite corners the theatre and library take up what space is not allotted for on-campus guest housing for parents and faculty.freshman dorms sophomore dorms lounge faculty apts. stage library - level two
|16||88||May 17 2013, 10:53 AM
In: Formless Melodies
By: Alessandro Zorion
This floor houses the juniors on the south side of the building with larger rooms and private baths adjoining each. The northern side contains communal rooms used for classrooms, meeting rooms for clubs, a faculty lounge, faculty offices and on one corner the library.junior dorms common room faculty lounge faculty offices upper library
|40||455||May 6 2013, 06:05 AM
In: The Humbling River
By: Joseph Farley
The seniors sleep and lounge just above the juniors and as on the lower floor the opposite side houses a few classrooms, two faculty apartments each located on each northern corner. There are several locked store rooms and classrooms on this floor. A secret passage connects this floor to the two above as others lead to a private elevator and a winding stair that bypasses the other floors and leads to the second floor below. Some passages and hidden stairs may even lead below ground.senior dorms classrooms storage faculty apartments
|29||249||May 19 2013, 12:04 PM
In: All my scars don't seem...
By: Cameron Taylor
Currently this area is "officially" off limits to students and regular faculty. The word is that this floor is used primarily for storage, however that may not be entirely true. The headmaster has a private sanctuary here that takes up the upper reaches of the largest tower and it's peaked roof.
You never know what you may find within the dusty confines of this space. A series of halls connect the locked rooms that lie tucked within the roof line. There is seemingly no public access to this area at current. At least not from the inside. However, two roof top balconies provide not only eagle eyed views of the campus but of the ocean and the community of Hart just over one mile away.
Beneath what is considered Saint Valentines School's main public floor lie several floors dedicated to serving the massive building above. A series of kitchens lie within one wing, each very clearly representing progress through the centuries and help to feed the many students and faculty in attendance. Beyond that an underground bowling alley with four lanes, a large game room, service staff offices and old servant quarters complete the first of these floors. Beneath that the sub-basement is used for food storage and mechanical systems, such as the furnaces, water heaters and cooling systems. What is not often discussed are the tunnels that lie even deeper still, nor the ruins of a home and school long forgotten on which the current school now stands. Enter the tunnels at your own risk.kitchens bowling alley games room service quarters sub-basement
|6||30||May 7 2013, 11:15 AM
In: behind every corner~
By: Jackson Mercer
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