Seated in the Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West exhibition, Galloway School librarian Amy Zupancic reads Gerald McDermott's 'Coyote, A Trickster Tale from the American Southwest,' to 3 year olds during Monday's school session at the High Museum. The High Museum has partnered with the Galloway School to offer their students a day of school with 'no walls.' The museum was closed completely Monday, February 24, 2014, to allow these students - ages 3-18- the opportunity to learn all of their core subjects (math, reading, science, etc) through the different art exhibitions at the Museum. They interacted with the current art exhibitions at the High to learn their subjects. This is the first time the Museum has allowed an entire school to come in and learn for the day. Galloway is the first school in Atlanta (and the state of GA) to experience school with no walls.