There is a very complete website out there describing Hudson Heights College Prep Academy in North Bossier. It sits on 80 acres smack in the middle of Legacy subdivision.
The only problem - it doesn't exist. Here's a picture from the website.
They have a football team and everything. Funny how their uniforms look like Benton High School's and they happen to be the Tigers.
Here is part of their 'history' from the website:
According to that website, the school opened in 2009 with 1,260 students in grades 9-12. The principal is one Aaron B. Jenkins. I'm unable to find Mr. Jenkins through any research. The website also has complete listings of staff and faculty. I've also been unable to find any of them. Oh, and the phone number listed answers as a disconnected number.
Go to the website and check it out for yourself (plug your ears, the music is pretty bad).
What in the ...?ReplyDelete
Wow, that is really weird.ReplyDelete
must be a jimmy hall or schuyler marvin dealReplyDelete
Ironically the new Parkway High School opened in 2009. I would assume this site is satire concerning local education. Apparently, someone must have too much money and time on their hands to maintain the site. --Dr. ScoopReplyDelete
It's called Green Screen, you put a couple of Construction Barrels in front of a Green Sheet of Plastic, Boom, put a School there, whatever. I work in the movie business. Bossier does this a lot, we just don't always catch it. FBGReplyDelete