DYSTOPIA–A new partnership between Dystopia College and Dystopia High School will allow the best and brightest DHS students to “get their basics out of the way” at DHS so that they can move on to real colleges without ever having to set foot on the Dystopia College campus.
Dystopia College President Overly Payeed-Admyn and DHS Principal Arthur Taryn made the announcement jointly on Monday.
The partnership has been in the works for quite some time, but it has taken a while to work out the details and appease the opposition, the two administrators said.
Critics of the partnership plan have argued that the DHS students will not get the full “college experience” by taking the boring, basic DC course like Business STEM English and Business STEM Humanities on a high school campus rather than at DC and said that the students should take the courses on the DC campus.
“Oh, God, no!” Payed responded. “If they came to our campus and realized what Dystopia is really like, they wouldn’t take our classes at all, and we really need their tuition dollars.”
Taryn said he too thinks it’s best for the students to stay on the DHS campus. “That way, I have complete control of their lives every minute of the day,” he said.
T. Allen Culpepper