"Norfolk Academy is an independent co-educational day school in Norfolk, Virginia. Chartered in 1728, it is the oldest secondary school in Virginia and the eighth oldest in the United States. In 1966, Norfolk Academy merged with Country Day School for Girls in Virginia Beach, Virginia to create the current co-educational school. The school fosters competitive sports, competing in the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools (TCIS). Males compete in the Virginia Preparatory League (VPL) and females in the League of Independent Schools (LIS)." The school population is largely white Christians, although there is a good percentage of Jewish students, as well as African Americans, and other minority races. Half of the graduating class are 12 year survivors, studying at the school from 1st to 12th grade. Usually the school gets a bad rap for being spoiled and full of themselves. This may be the case for a student or two, but isn't true at every school? I encourage you not to judge the whole school by the actions of a small percentage, and a great deal of the students take pride in the schools honor code, and the academic excellence and strength of character that the school boasts.
1st person: Norfolk Academy kids buy their way into college. The only reason I didn't get into that college is because (insert foolish excuse).
2nd person: No, the reason you didn't get into that college is because you slack off. Academy kids are the cream of the cop academically, and work their buts off.