Habbo High School- owned by SkaterChu
Want a good education for your Habbo? Then the Habbo High School is the place to go!
The Habbo High School is made up of a series of rooms owned by SkaterChu. Unlike others on Habbo this one does not require any application process before someone can become a student or teacher, and this helps to ensure that everyone is included within the school. The majority of the it is held within one room, separated into several classrooms. Other rooms that are used less often include an auditorium, hospital and playing fields. They all appear well designed and moderated, making the school a safe and appealing place to learn.
So, what is so good about the Habbo High School?
1) The most popular features are within one room, and this means that the school can be moderated more effectively.
2) There is no application process, and this means that everyone can get involved with the school.
3) The room is well decorated, and the themes within it have clearly been thought out in detail e.g. Plants and Executive.
4) Rare furniture is used in moderation, and rares do not dominate the room.
Surely nothings perfect so, what could be improved in the Habbo High School?
1) Petal patches are used for the playing fields and they do not seem to ‘fit’ with the style of the room.
2) The room entrance seems quite crowded, both with visitors and furni, and this could overwhelm students.
3) The transition between types of wall decorations in certain parts can be rather swift, and both walls ‘clash‘ with one another.
4) Stickies can be posted anywhere throughout the room, and Stickies in certain parts of the room can spoil the other decoration of these areas.
5) The library area is quite small, and it would be difficult to use it for any larger event or function.
So, how can these improvements be made?
1) Think about replacing the Petal Patches on the playing fields with furni such as Grass to ensure that they have a more natural look.
2) Try to remove some furniture from the entrance, or try to shuffle it around to draw users away from there, luring them into another area of the school.
3) Try to use one main wall decoration throughout the school, and ensure that this matches the furniture that is used within the room.
4) Invite a small number of people to tell a rights holder what to add to a sticky, and do not have a Sticky Pole to ensure that Stickies remain in one area and that they do not ruin the other Decoration in the room.
5) Try to work out which areas are not used very often, and perhaps expand the library across these rooms.
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