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Michael Jackson's Children Enjoying First Day at School

August 28, 2010 02:42:33 GMT

Prince and Paris were spotted attending The Buckley School in the San Fernando Valley on Wednesday, August 25.


Michael Jackson's Children Enjoying First Day at School
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Michael Jackson's two eldest children have attended school for the first time. The superstar's three kids - Prince, 13, Paris, 12, and eight-year-old Blanket - were tutored at home under the instruction of the singer, who was determined to keep his children out of the public eye.

After Jackson's death last year, the youngsters were placed in the custody of their grandmother Katherine, who announced plans to send them to public school and allow them to mix with their peers. And Katherine has followed through with her promise - Prince and Paris have enrolled at an exclusive school in California, where previous students include Matthew Perry, Nicole Richie and Laura Dern.

The pair enjoyed their first day at The Buckley School in the San Fernando Valley on Wednesday, August 25, according to TMZ.com. Blanket will reportedly remain at home with a private tutor until he is considered ready to face public school.


 




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posted by Mini505 on Sep 02, 2010
Mike u da best. much luv to da kids. blanket u we all knw wht u can do dance ur heart out. paris we all knw u can sing even u to prince luv u guys much luv fm da natiue n nm.
posted by mj on Aug 28, 2010
i bope the kids do good in school i know michael wanted to protect them and he done a good job michael was a great dad i miss michael very much he was my hero when i was growing up i grew up listerning to his music and the jackson 5 rest in peace michael xoxoxox
posted by MJFAN on Aug 28, 2010
I wish Michaels kids all the best and know that they will do great at school because their smart just like their Daddy. I love you Michael and miss you every day and I hope you get your justice and killers rote in jail and I'm sure they know who they are.

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