The year is 1986, I was a student of Indian School, Salmiya (Kuwait). I was studying in Second Standard then. The specialty of our school was that it was a co-ed in the figurative sense but in the literal sense it was never true.
All girls had early morning classes and for boys, the classes started only after 12 noon. So it was like we would reach the school gates, wait for the girls to get out and then the boys would get in to class. For 1985, this was way too futuristic.
Imagine a school management that had the foresight to double its resource usage and in turn make best utilization back in 1985, when 24/7 was limited to just hospitals and emergency services like electricity and water!