Than the life of Barron trump's different from the children of other presidentsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/than-the-life-of-barron-trumps-different-from-the-children-of-other-presidents
The fact that Donald trump is not like most American presidents, supported by his family. During the presidency of her husband Melania has violated instituted its predecessors of the orders, acting on his own. And even the childhood of their son, Barron different from the childhood of children of other heads of the White house.
The main difference is simple: over the past 35 years, all children of US presidents who have not attained 18 years of age, attended school, Sidwell Friends School. However, Donald and Melania decided to send their son to another school. It's Episcopal school St. Andrew's in Maryland, about an hour away from the White house.
This circumstance is beginning to be discussed when the President said that his son will return to school, despite the closure of all educational institutions in connection with quarantine. Children, Obama, the Clintons, Nixons and Roosevelts always went to the Quaker school Sidwell Friends, founded by Thomas Sewellam in 1883, (daughter of George W. Bush and the children Ronald Reagan was older at the time of the coming to power of their fathers). By the way, the family Obama even stayed in Washington until 2019 so their daughter could finish school Sidwell.
On selected for my son school Melania trump said in 2017:
The school was founded in 1978 and offers education for children from two years. The ratio of students and teachers is 7 to 1, and the average tuition is approximately equal to 39 thousand dollars a year. The school claims that despite its name has no special religious bindings. For example, the Presbyterians, including the Trumps, and other Protestant denominations is 23% of the students.
Before that, Barron was studying in new York, and American taxpayers protection he and his mother were treated, according to estimates by CNNMoney, about a million dollars a day.