The Strangest School in the World

Burgess Hill was a progressive boarding school in Hertfordshire, England in the 1960s. In this one-of-a-kind British boarding school nothing was forbidden and students were “allowed to find out for themselves whether conventions are good or bad.” In other words, plenty of cigarette smoking, mod styles, R&B dancing, abstract painting, and motorbike races.

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