Barron Will Attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

The Trumps went through a lot in the last few months. The First Family had to deal with too many problems, liberal reporters did their best to criticize them. But, President Donald Trump is a strong man, and he found the best way to protect his loved ones. It’s sad how the Trumps were treated unfairly. No other family has received such terrible treatment, and many forget that Barron is still a child.

First Lady Melania Trump was largely criticized for her decision to stay in New York after her husband was inaugurated. The mainstream media even released a story according to which her marriage with President Trump is brought to an end. But, the First Lady knew how to handle the rumor with ease. She accompanied the President at every event, and the world heard about the great First Lady of the United Stated.

Our First Lady decided to stay in New York and help her son go through this period without any problem. Barron could in no way leave his school in the middle of the school year, and the First Lady new this. She is a caring mother, and as such she’d never let her boy be unhappy. Barron had to get used to his new life, and moving in a completely new environment wasn’t the easiest thing in his everyday life.

But, Barron and his mother have already moved into the White House, and President Trump revealed the name of the school Barron will be attending. The First Son will go to St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland. It’s pretty close to the White House, and we’re sure that his parents made a smart choice.

“We value and respect all differences, including but not limited to age, ability, ethnicity, family structure, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status. To build and sustain a diverse community, the school proactively addresses equity and inclusion in its policies, programs, and practices. We hold everyone in our school accountable for respecting the multitude of human identities and perspectives and for promoting a safe and supportive school environment,” reads the school’s description.

What do you think about Barron’s new school? Do you think he will get used to it?

(h/t USA Today)