Edgewood High is a rather large campus. It has many different halls, rooms and even separate buildings..and you only have five minutes to get to your next class, even if it's on the other side of the campus. Better start running. The High school allows beings with..odd..quirks inside the school grounds, but the quirks must be kept hidden to avoid disturbing or harming the human students.
Edgewood High has five main buildings:
⬜ Administrations- Administrations is the first building near the entrance of the campus. The building has two floors and is in a circular shape with a transparent metal bridge connecting the second floor and the S.T.E.M. Building across from it. The first floor contains the front office, complete with a large desk for class registration, schedule changes, and counselors for plans about the future, and the second floor is essentially the principal's, vice principal's office along with the nurse's office complete with the world's supply of cough drops and band-aids, but never any actual medicine. The building is also fairly large; although, it's actually dwarfed by the gymnasium.
⬛ Gymnasium- The gymnasium's around 5,000 square feet shaped in a classic rectangle. It's nestled by the large center of the campus, its doors facing the entrance to the Administration's building. The gymnasium contains a large basketball court on one half and fake turf on the other as well as an indoor race track and some climbing ropes connected to the ceiling, but lacks a volleyball area which was set up outside the building instead.
⬜ S.T.E.M. Building- The S.T.E.M. building is the tallest of all five buildings, containing four stories. The first floor is devoted to Sciences, second to Technology, third to Engineering and fourth to Mathematics. The Technology floor is connected to the second floor of the Administration's building via a large, transparent, 'sky-bridge' and is set across from said building, next to the Fine Art's building. Multiple courses ranging from basic to advanced classes are offered in each of the four floors.
⬛ Fine Arts Building- The Fine Arts building is the smallest building on campus and nestled between the gymnasium and the S.T.E.M. Building. The structure is a single floor with half of the area devoted to music courses, such as Orchestra, Chorale, Music History and World Music, and the other to art courses such as 3D and 2D Art, Graphic Design, and Sculpture, as well as Ceramics 1 and 2.
⬜ Language Arts Building- The Language Arts building has two floors and is an average size. The first floor contains the standard English and Literature Classes including American Literature; where as the top floor contains the various Linguistic Classes such as German, Spanish, Korean, Bulgarian, French and Japanese as well as Rosetta Stone copies of various other languages.