A private co-educational nursery through middle school in East Providence, Rhode Island known for schizophrenic levels of diversity. In an attempt to create a utopia of integration, the administration works hard to attract children from all backgrounds such as the inner city families, Middle Eastern Royalty and preppy scum. Graduates of The Gordon School go on to a variety of unique callings such as College, The film industry and prison cells.
Gordon grad who then went to The Moses Brown School: Hey! I remember you! We were at The Gordon School together!
Gordon grad who went to PCD: Yeah! Good times, huh? What are you up to these days?
Gordon grad who then went to Moses Brown: Oh, things are going a bit slow now, so I've gone back to practicing law up in Boston. The pay's not the best I can get, but you can't Chair three fortune 500 companies at once for more than a year without losing your sanity, am I right?
Gordon grad who then went to PCD: I guess...do you want fries with your order?
Gordon grad who then went to Moses Brown: No
<she collects her order and drives for a block>
Lesbian Prostitute: Hey sticky-bun! You lookin' for a good time? Oh hey! I remember you. We were at Gordon together!
Gordon grad who then went to Moses Brown: Oh my god! Wow! We did! What a day. Where did you end up going, I can never remember?
Lesbian Prostitute: Wheeler. But I left in my sophomore year and transferred to Lincoln.
Gordon grad who then went to Moses Brown: Did you like that decision?
Lesbian Prostitute: Hell yeah! It got me this job!
<a group of wheeler girls begin to walk over to the lesbian prostitute with notable interest painted on their faces>
Lesbian Prostitute: I love my job!
Gordon Grad who then went to East Providence High: (to lesbian Prostitute) Bitch! Where’s my money?!
An independent co-educational school in East Providence RI. Founded in 1910 by Dr. Helen West Cooke
, it's original campus was a small house on Angel St. in Providence. In the early 60's however, a far larger and more suitable campus was built just off of Narraganset Bay in East Providence.
Gordon's founded, Dr. Cooke had originally created the school to provide an alternative school for her son Gordon, whom the school is named after. She wanted him to be educated alongside girls in a diverse "open air" environment where students would be stimulated and challenged as well as learn to enjoy learning. Classes would be held with open windows whenever the weather permitted, and students would be taken outside most days. The Gordon School
was one of the first schools in the country to be integrated, and remains to this day one of the more diverse private schools in the state.
Chris: I went to The Wheeler School
from nursery through high school.
Ken: Cool, I went to MB
for high school, but all before that I was at The Gordon School
Chris: Oh yea, I think I've heard of that. How was it?