Annie on My Mind Setting & Symbolism

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Foster's Academy

Foster's is a private school that Liza and Chad have attended since they were very young. Currently the school is having financial problems, which is the reason the headmistress Mrs. Poindexter is so sensitive about even the smallest of problems. She is afraid any type of scandal will frighten away potential investors.

Annie's School

Annie attends a public school that she claims is rife with drugs and violence. Two guards stand at the entrance ready to search anyone who comes through. When they hear that Liza has been suspended for example they refuse her entrance. Later, after Annie has sneaked her in, Liza witnesses a teacher tackling a boy who is swinging a metal chain around his head. According to Annie the boy does the same thing every day.

The Ferry

Annie and Liza travel back on forth on the Staten Island Ferry, pretending, each time...

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