HISTORY LESSON: Upon being signaled as to the arrival of the British soldiers, Paul Revere embarked on a late-night horseback across Massachusetts to warn his fellow colonists. Contrary to popular belief, he did NOT shout "The British are coming! The British are coming!" at the top of his lungs, nor did he ring bells or shoot of warning rounds to warn the British that they were going to be free.
And so, with the help of his scooter, Brown Beauty, our valiant Revere made his way across the top floor of the Academy's Concord Building to warn his fellow revolutionaries that the prefects were up to no good.
Figures that the New York class and the Virginia class are only across from each other in the same hallway. XD That's how Hamilton pops up to bug Jefferson so much. (And now I'm really curious who's the custodian... does a custodian even need a room that big???) XDD
If Paul is seriously considering warning the whole school and not just the top floor, I'm kinda worried he's going to attempt and fail at riding down the stairs on a scooter. Just saying. (Unless colonial elevators exist too...)