11 Things You'll Miss About Interlochen Arts Academy During The Winter
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11 Things You'll Miss About Interlochen Arts Academy During The Winter


11 Things You'll Miss About Interlochen Arts Academy During The Winter

If you attended Interlochen Arts Academy, you’ll remember it as an experience you will never forget. You probably will also remember the brutal winters of Northern Michigan! Besides the frigid temperatures, there were several good times at this boarding arts high school that you will definitely miss this winter.

1. Holiday Dinner

You'll also remember it as the one time Stone cafeteria actually tasted good!

2. The First Snow Fall

Oh the joy of the first snow fall! Little did you know it would be the first of four months of brutal cold!

3. Larger Than Life Snow Banks

4. Snow Ball Fights in Between Classes

5. The Winter Ballet in Corson

6. Making Christmas Cookies in TJ Dorm Kitchen

7. Winter Outings With Your Sponsor Group

8. Taking the Church Bus to "Church"

9. Crying as You Say Goodbye to Your Friends For Winter Break

10. Seeing Your Friends in The Airport on The Way Back To School

11. Taking The Big Yellow School Bus Back To School

12. Being Leery of February as the "Dying Season" and Wondering Who Will Get Expelled This Year

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