-Star Trek (CBS)
It was very high from stage level up but it was narrow in width and length. If you stood near the upper sections and looked down it was almost like it was straight up like a tower with seats. It would make you lightheaded and dizzy by looking down. Everyone felt the same way but the school was built in like 1900 and was still in use during the early 1990's when I went there. The Auditorium was built about a year after the rest of the school. They had no other large open space for presentations. They used it for Graduations too. It was just way too steep. They kept using the same buildings as it was the only school that could accommodate so many students. My Graduating Class was over 1800 students. Then we had Grades 9, 10 and 11 along with the 12th Graders. Each classroom could hold up to 35 students per class, with approx. 28 being the classroom average. The school was Four levels and each level was very large. There was also the cafeteria where the basement would be, so if you counted the cafeteria the building had five levels. There is no way the school district could afford to build another one to take the place of the old buildings. One issue was WHERE they could build a new school as it would take up a lot of land. The school was so old it was of course said to be haunted. When I went there it was almost 90 years old. It could pass for a sanitarium if you walked down the halls and you didn't know it was a school.