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*There Is Only One Best School for Each Boy Or Girl
HE selection of a school---the best school, is an important matter, and as difficult T as it is important. The best school for one is not the best school for another. It is
a serious question of requirements and qualifications. Each good school offers special advantages. If students of different tempera. ments, capabilities and purposes could, with equal advantage, attend the same school, the problem of education would be simplified.
The Educational Aid Society, as one of its activities, maintains a School Information Bureau, which supplies, without charge, catalogues of all schools and reliable information concerning the advantages of various institutions and their comparative cost.
How to Select the Right School
Write to the Society, stating your requirements as follows: Kind of school desired; preference as to location. (city or state); religious denomination preferred; boarding or day school; expense limit for school year; name of prospective student; age; previous education; course of study desired; purpose in taking the course.-whether to prepare for a profession or only as an accomplishment; when enrollment will be made. Any special requirements should be stated fully. Immediately. upon receipt of this information, catalogues of schools which offer the advantages desired will be forwarded to your address.
If you send ten cents with your letter to cover cost of mailing, a copy of the latest edition of the American College & Private School Directory. a 252-page book containing information regarding all colleges and private schools in the United States, will be sent you. This book also contains
suggestions for those who seek counsel in deciding upon their life work; a plan by which ambitious young men and women of limited means may obtain an education in the school of their choice, and an explanation of the way in which the advantages of the best schools may be had at rates, or on terms equally favorable to those of inferior institutions. The price of this book in library binding is $2.00. It has been adopted by the leading libraries of the country as a reference book, the standard of its kind.
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