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Lego High School


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This is a Lego High School, which is totally official modular compatible, and including five classrooms and 2446 pieces total, for the building and the minifigs. One classroom is a science classroom, while the others can become whatever you like. There is also a restroom and a main office, where the principal/headmaster/headmistress has their small office. The brick texture on the building and the roof of the building are inspired by my own high school, as is the sign in the front, which is meant to be an electronic sign, which has text on it. You can change the text if you like if this becomes a set. Every classroom is equipped with a chalkboard, an eraser, and chalk, and most classrooms have either six or three desks, but the science classroom has four seats. There is also an outside area with a bench and a table for students to relax during their free time. Each classroom also has its own room number, from 1 to 5, since there are five classrooms.

The minifigs include seven students and four adults. One of the adults is the headmaster/headmistress/principal, while the rest can either be administrators in the office or teachers. The students have backpacks to distinguish them from the adult figures. I based some of the minifigs off of real people, with extra made-up details added in, but others were made up entirely.

I built this project as a redo of my original high school project from a while back. I wanted to make lots of improvements to my old project and also decided that I should make better renderings, so I found rendering software that I ended up using for this project (a huge thank you to one of the supporters of my Coffee Shop for recommending it!). This is by far my favorite project that I have ever submitted, since it has an extremely personal connection to me. This is a modular Lego version of my own high school, combining my real life and my passion for Lego (and modular buildings!) into one MOC. I made sure to add in the details that make the look of my school so distinct, like the dark red brick and the roof section.

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