Steve Jobs High School opening in Mexico
Faithful Mexican Macenstein reader Christian alerts us that a new Technical High School will be opening in the city of Joquicingo, and it is being named after Steve Jobs (whether he likes it or not).
“In Joquicingo at Mexico State the state government built a new school called Steve Jobs… I wonder if the real Steve knows about it?
The sign reads:
mexico state gov (logo) commitment, (gov slogan)
“steve jobs” technological high school center (CBT steve jobs), joquicingo (city)
technological high school (baqueloratte, not university)
in gray letters:
pre incriptions already open
feb march 2008
in small letters left block:
education national secretary (or bureau in charge of mexico education)
high and medium high school education secretary (or bureau inside the above)
high school education general direction (or bureau inside the above)
technological high school department (inside the bureau above)
school supervisor 64 or 04 for technological baqueloratte (don’t now if the spell is ok)”
Wow, what an honor! And the football games against Woz Valley High are going to be stellar. Of course the real question here is, in a high school comprised completely of geeks, will the kids have to stuff themselves into lockers?