School can sometimes be a little easier when you've got a beautiful environment around you.

As a kid, I actually liked school. I was good in school and I played every sport I could throughout the year. Not every minute of every day was paradise, but I enjoyed my school years and remember them fondly. Part of that was because my tiny high school was nestled in the picturesque mountains of California and looking back, I think "Wow, what a beautiful setting. We were so spoiled."

In the state of Wyoming, the students at Natrona County High School are spoiled.

This is according to a list published by Architectural Digest of the "Most Beautiful Public High Schools in America." They looked at schools all across the country and found that Casper, Wyoming is home to the most stunning campus. The buildings on this campus are reminiscent of the Gothic-style you see on college campuses. In fact, the campus temporarily served as the home of Casper College in the 1940s. The building itself was constructed between 1924 and 1941 in various phases.

Kinda makes you wanna relive the good old days, huh?

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