I have had unique educational opportunities. My primary school days were spent at a little one room school house. All 8 grades were taught in the same room. There was a library, modern bathrooms (which were a treat, as many kids still had outhouses at home), and a small apartment for the teacher. She had to live at the school, as town was around 30 miles away and the road was often impassable. The student body size ranged from 8 to 20 students. We had all the fundamental classes, plus art, music and physical education. It might have seemed primitive, but our school produced exceptional students--my graduating class of 2 were outstanding high school students.