The excitement is building at Edison Middle School, where the iconic Edison sign is seen everywhere.
Students from all over the world, from all backgrounds, are taking part in the school’s tattoo event.
A few of the participants are students from the National Heritage High School.
“I got my tattoo from an old school teacher and it is really cool,” said student Olivia McCauley.
“It is a lot of fun and I think it would be a great way for us to meet some new friends,” said a third-year student.
The event will be held at 7:30pm on Sunday, April 12, and students can also come to the school to get their signatures on their new tattoos.
The school is also offering an educational class, featuring music and arts, which will take place at 9:30am on Sunday.
It is not yet clear what the name of the class will be.
“Edison High is a school of extraordinary achievement and it has become a home for so many,” said Superintendent Paul Collins.
“Students from a wide range of backgrounds have found a way to connect, connect with and enrich the school, so the importance of this school cannot be understated.”
We will continue to work closely with the local community to ensure the future of Edison is a truly local one.
“Edison has a long history, stretching back more than a century and having been founded by the Earl of Shrewsbury.
It was founded in 1698 by Sir Robert Edmondson and became the first school to be built in Ireland.
The Edison school, which was built by Sir Edward Thomas, was renamed after the former Earl of Leicester when the school was renamed in his honour.