Yeah, folks. If you’re inconvenienced and frustrated by empty public schools, Premier Photo Op may have a solution. She tried it, she likes it.
And if you can’t afford the tuition, do something about it – like Christy did. Befriend a few rich folks and get yourself elected.
Then, you can send your brats to places like this:
Stephen Hui of the Georgia Straight reported annual fees at St. George’s ranged from $16,085 to $48,250, three years ago. So, not accounting for inflation, your 2.5 kids will only cost $40,212 to $120,625 for schooling.
Of course, those fees are not tax deductible so you’re going to need extra pre-tax income of $74,000 to $223,000 just to send 2.5 darlings to Christy’s favourite school for a year.
Note: Premier Photo Op’s friends claim the Tweet was a fake; she didn’t actually pack her son’s lunch. Too déclassé. He enjoys hearty breakfasts and four-course lunches, with choices of soup and salad bar, in St. George’s middle school restaurant. Wine not included. Between classes, Hamish and friends enjoy The Saints Café, which provides food and refreshments throughout the day. According to the school, food selections include sushi, chicken caesar salads, deli style sandwiches, fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits, fruit-based smoothies, and much more.