Trump has a track record of winning when he’s at the top of the ticket.
Now, he’s making it official.
Trump, who has touted his education credentials as one of his qualifications for president, announced on Monday that he will open the first school for students who need help adapting to life in a hurricane.
The school, called Buckeye Real Estate School, will serve people who are vulnerable to being trapped in their homes or cars during a storm, and will provide an environment for students to learn, grow and build skills to survive.
The Trump campaign said in a statement that the school will be the first in the country to offer students in need of help with the preparation of their homes and their safety.
“It is a dream of mine to be able to bring the Buckeye School to your community,” Trump said in the statement.
“I am so proud of the students who will be learning here.
It is an incredible opportunity to create change.”
Buckeye Realestate School will be located at the corner of Third Street and Fifth Avenue NW, just blocks from the White House.
The school will open its doors in late September.
“Buckeyes and Trump have a history of working together, and I know that he is excited to open this school,” said Buckeye President Bill Pramus in a news release.
“He will continue to support the Buckeyes mission to ensure that students can have the tools they need to thrive in a post-disaster world.”
We are very excited about the opportunity to offer these students a place to learn and grow in an environment that helps them get ahead in life.
Buckeye is a family-friendly school that will provide them with an unparalleled opportunity to learn from some of the best experts in the industry.