Apart from the scholastics and student life, there is another dimension to The Knox School. There is an Indian burial ground in the back yard of Houghton Hall and many have claimed to see ghosts wandering around campus. The main places to find these spirits are in the hallways of the girls dorms, in the meeting room, and in the barn.
The co-ed population of this school only consists of a little over 100 students. If you have any hidden secrets, they will find a way to be exposed on this campus.
This school is full of outdated traditions, such as subjecting the female population to wear floor length gowns and elbow length gloves during graduation, and daily morning school meetings which all students are required to attend. Others include sit down lunch and dinners, where one student from each table serves the position of "waiter." This position rotates on a schedule. A lantern parade marks the end of the pre-graduation ceremonies where every student is required to march with their class holding a paper lantern and chant their grade's song.