BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The New York Post (link below) is reporting that First Lady Melania Trump toured the Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, apparently considering it as a potential option for son Barron Trump once the soon to be ex-President and family leave Washington and return to Palm Beach County.
Pine Crest Spokeswoman Christine Dardet issued this statement to BocaNewsNow.com:
“Pine Crest School does not disclose personal family information related to any stage of our Admission process, including the identity of families who inquire, apply, or enroll.”
Pine Crest operates two campuses — Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale. The Fort Lauderdale campus is the only campus that offers high school. That means any Boca, Delray or other Palm Beach County student attending Pine Crest for high school could be attending school with Barron.
It was not immediately clear if other schools are in the mix. The commute from Mar-A-Lago to Fort Lauderdale every day would be lengthy — unless, of course, a student living in Palm Beach has access to a helicopter.
Other notable private schools closer to Mar-A-Lago: St. Andrews, American Heritage, and the Benjamin School. If Barron wants to stay public he could attend the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, but it’s unclear how his parents would feel about surrounding Barron with drama.
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