Letty N. (NDM#527) (34 Posts)

Letty has loved all things Disney since she was child. Her first visit to the world was back in 1978. Since then she has returned as a spring break college student; as a young woman traveling with her boyfriend (now husband); and her last visit as a wife and mother of twin girls. Every trip was magical. Keeping her Disney fix between visits, she immerses herself researching all she can about the Disney Company. She reads about resort operations, movie profits, cruise lines, theatrical productions, merchandise, and global operations. She looks forward to sharing her research about this company that has created magic for generations.


Disney Store back to school 2014

image: Disney Store

Now that it is time to go back to school I’ve been thinking about school settings in Disney movies. Only a Neurotic Disney Person would think this. Good thing I am in good company!
Let’s review Disney & Pixar characters and their educational settings.

Inside Out: Riley attends two different public schools. Up: Russel probably attends public school; belongs to Wilderness Explorer club.Toy Story 3: Andy is heading to college. Toy Story 1 and 2: Andy probably attends public school; Sid has probably been expelled. Tangled: Rapunzel has been home schooled. Frozen: Anna and Elsa have been home schooled. Brave: Merida has been home schooled. Princess and the Frog: Tiana, public school; Charlotte, private school. Little Mermaid: Ariel may be public school. Finding Nemo: Nemo attends public school. Aladdin does not attend school but Jasmine was probably home schooled. The Incredibles: Violet and Dash attend public school. Monsters University: Mike and Sully attend college. Sleeping Beauty: Aurora is home schooled. Cinderella: never had an opportunity for schooling. Beauty and the Beast: Belle was home schooled for sure and spent plenty of time in the book store. Pinocchio: is sent to school but gets distracted. Alice in Wonderland: Alice is tutored by her sister. Big Hero 6: Hiro graduates school at 14 and gets into college. Winnie the Pooh: Christopher Robin attends school. Mary Poppins: hard to tell on this one. I say the children are tutored at home. Peter Pan: hard to say on this one. I say the children attend public school.

Please use the comments to fill in any I may have missed.

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