WHOA: There's a Reason the High School From Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Looks So Familiar
If you've been watching Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix, chances are you've picked up on a lot of cool and creepy details. Like that very subtle Riverdale cameo, or the addictive (and very well-thought-out) soundtrack. But if you're like me, a fellow Netflix junkie who is also obsessed with To All the Boys I've Loved Before, another thing you probably noticed not too far into episode one is how familiar Sabrina's school, Baxter High, looks. While Greendale's version is obviously a lot darker with grey, green, and maroon tones (much like Sabrina's killer wardrobe), the halls seem eerily similar to Adler High School, the one attended by Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky in TATBILB.
While there doesn't seem to be any confirmation that Sabrina and TATBILB were filmed at the same school, there are clues. Many scenes for both were shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, which means it's pretty likely they could have used the same school for hallway scenes (Sabrina used Lord Strathcona Elementary School in Vancouver for exterior shots). Another very telling clue is that some of TATBILB's high school scenes were shot at Point Grey Secondary School, which has also been used in Riverdale, the show that shares a universe with Sabrina.
Maybe TATBILB also shares a universe with Sabrina and Riverdale and we just don't know it yet because of some spell cast by b*tchy Aunt Zelda? Or maybe Lara Jean wrote a sixth love letter to Ambrose, because, let's face it, that warlock is hot? OK, fine — while we know these two Netflix hits are in no way connected, we can still eat up the fact that their characters probably walked the same halls. To see more of the schools' similarities, keep reading.