Barron Trump is settling in at his new school in West Palm Beach, Florida. He’s already had two weeks at Oxbridge Academy, where he’ll hopefully graduate from in 2024.
The youngest son of the former President’s life has been very private until now, as he hasn’t been seen in public often. But new details as to his new school in the southern state of Florida have come to light.
The Sun reports that Barron Trump will be served some great food at the school, and will also be taught lessons in kindness.
It will come as no surprise that Donald Trump’s net worth is truly staggering, and as a result, Barron grew up in a world where he wanted for nothing.
Speaking with Parenting, Melania Trump revealed that Barron loved planes and helicopters as a young child. She always made sure to make his breakfast, as well as prepare his lunch. Even though they had a very luxurious lifestyle, they didn’t have a traditional nanny.
“Barron is 9 years old. He needs somebody as a parent there, so I am with him all the time,” Melania said in a 2015 People interview. “As you know my husband is traveling all the time.”
“We keep it down to a minimum,” Trump himself added, as to the nanny situation. “If you have too much help, you don’t get to know your children.”
Melania revealed that Barron was very much into creating things as a young boy, and his mother was supportive of that. Barron was said to even draw on the walls.
“In his space, the décor style of the rest of our home is mixed with what he is into: planes and helicopters,” Melania told Parenting, as quoted by Metro.
“We let him be creative; let his imagination fly and do whatever he wants. Whatever he wants to do with his own room later on, he can do it. Whatever he wants to do with his own room he can do it. He draws on the walls, we can paint it over.”
“When he was smaller, he started drawing on the walls,” she added. “His imagination is growing and important. He draws on the walls in his playroom, we can paint it over. One day he was playing bakery and he wrote ‘Barron’s Bakery’ on the wall with crayons. He is very creative, if you say to a child ‘no, no, no,’ where does the creativity go?”
Growing up, his mother Melania was was closest to Barron. Donald worked plenty, and he explained to Larry King in 2005 that he was a fairly hands-off parent.
“I’m not going to be doing the diapers,” Trump said. “I’m not going to be making the food, I may never even see the kids.”
All the same, Barron loves spending time with his dad. When Barron was younger, Melania made sure that Barron got quality time with his father, and the two oftentimes went out for dinner together. As he grew older, Barron also joined his father on the golf course.
Ever since he was a young child, Barron’s mother took the time to help him with his homework.