Blue Ridge is a fictional town located deep in the heart of Kentucky. It is home to one of the most well known equestrian academies in the United States. Students and staff from all over the world join the academy for what it has to offer. Do you have what it takes to join us and learn from the Academy?
This is the place where students can just come to relax, hang out, and chat. Located on the first floor, its thick wall protects it from the noise of the game room next door, and a fireplace in the corner makes it the perfect place for a winter hang-out. In the summer, windows open to tempt in a stray breeze. The couches and armchairs here are comfortable, the TV has a big selection of channels, and the sound system is impeccable. A small kitchenette around the corner offers a place to keep food and drinks.
On the first floor of the Rec Center, you can find the den. It is mostly furnished with game tables, everything imaginable from a pool table to an air hockey table. In the corner stands a small fridge, refilled on occasion, although the more popular sodas run out fast.
This auditorium is located in the second half of the building, taking up both the first and the second stories. There is a stage, which is used for all kinds of performances, and behind the stage are stored a number of musical instruments. The seats are comfortable, and the lighting accommodates a number of settings.
You thought that 'recreation' means that there is never any homework in this building? Well, on the second floor of the building, adjoining the computer room, lies the academic center. Here, students can just come for a quiet place to do homework, or get tutoring from their peers if they want to. No music is allowed here, although if you have headphones, those are okay.
The computer lab is what it sounds like. A few tables, set up with desktop computers, wait for those students who don't have their own laptop, or those whose electronics won't cooperate. While the computers aren't the newest models, they work properly, and are connected to two printers in the corner of the room, from which students get to print for free.
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The Rec Center is where all students can hang out without worrying about House standings. It is a medium-sized smaller building, sitting in the middle of the dorms area. Inside there is a big variety of areas, mostly cordoned off from each other. You can find tutoring help, table games, and the TV, all within the same building.