Excerpt from The Gleaner, Vol. 34: April, 1930
Then tere is the fact that this is a boarding school: a school in which there is much more intimate contact with, and dependence upon, individual students and instructors. Also, the practical side of a subject is given the same time, if not more, than the theoretical. The courses are arranged in a different manner than previously encountered. All these conditions again call for a certain amount of shifting for oneself; a sort of challenge to initiative. Many chances for observation and trial are open to the watchful and interested.
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