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Page 44 - shall fit them either for college or business, including thorough intellectual training in the various branches of learning, gymnastics and manly exercises adapted to preserve health and strengthen the physical condition, such aesthetic culture and accomplishments as shall tend to refine the manners and elevate the taste, together with careful moral and religious instruction.
Page 13 - of the First Church as trustees of the endowment. This and a few other smaller gifts constitute the present foundation. Cotton Mather, half a century later, wrote of the school, "Roxbury could not live quietly without a free school in the Town: and the Issue has been one thing which has almost made me put the Title of Scola
Page 409 - OFFICERS: President, John C. Sharpe. Secretary, George W. McClelland, Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia, Pa. ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES. Established: 1895. PURPOSE: To consider the qualifications of candidates for admission to colleges, the methods of admission, the character of the preparatory schools, the courses of
Page 13 - and decline perfectly the Paradigm's of Nounes, and Verbes in the Greek tongue: Let him then and not before be capable of admission into the College.
Page 13 - Illuslris upon that little Nursery; that is that Roxbury has afforded more Scholars, first for the College, and then for the Publick, than any Town of its Bigness, or if I mistake not, of twice its Bigness,
Page 416 - Secretary, John B. Merrill, East Boston High School, East Boston, Mass. NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS. Established: 1884. PURPOSE: The advancement of the cause of liberal education by the promotion of interests common to colleges and secondary schools. ANNUAL MEETING: October, 1915. PUBLICATIONS: Education. PROCEEDINGS: Published in Education. OFFICERS: President, Mary E. Woolley.
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Page 44 - the requirements of a growing wealthy class who no longer wished for their sons the old type of democratic schooling. This need was first recognized by Dr. George Cheyne Shattuck, who in 1855 gave his estate near Concord for the purpose, as he expressed it in his deed of gift,—"Of endowing a school of the highest class for boys, in which they may obtain an education