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WALNUT HILL SCHOOL The misses ALLEN SCHOOL

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17 Highland Street, Natick, Mass. A College Preparatory School for Girls. 17 miles from Boston. 40 Acres. Skating l'ond. Athletic Fields. 5 Buildings. Gymnasium.

Miss Conant, Miss Bigelow, Principals,

Each girl's personality observed
and developed. Write for booklet

West Newton, MA

MASSACHUSETTS-(continued)

New Jersey Wilbraham Academy its for life and for college work. five brick buildings, modern gymnasium.

Blair Athletic field, campus and farm of 250 acres. Enrollment — 65 boys. lates $600 to $700. GAYLORD W. DOUGLASS, Headmaster, Wilbrabam, Mass. Everything that appeals to the boy is at Blair-student govern

ment, sympathetic faculty,

ideal study courses and exceptional advantages for all outdoor sports. These are a few of the many things that develop the enthusiastic "Blair Spirit." The feeling that makes the boy at Blair do things to make a mark for himself. To reflect credit on his school. It is the aim of Blair to turn out just such men.

West Dormitory
Separate Junior School.
Moderate rates.

Come and see us. You are
FOR GIRLS

always welcome at Blair.

Write for catalog telling of

Blair aims and Blair ideals. Wollaston, Massachusetts

John C. Sharpe, LL.D.

Headmaster, Box G. In histdric Quincy. Beautifully located six miles from Boston. Attractive estate. Ample grounds

Blairstown, N. J. for outdoor recreation. Artificial lake for boating and skating. Three fine buildings. Large library. Gymnasium. Special and graduate courses of study. Advantages in Art, Music, French, German, Italian and English. Certificates for college. Large corps of experienced teachers.

A COUNTRY SCHOOL

NEAR PHILADELPHIA For Year Book address

FOR GIRLS

AND NEW YORK

General and College Preparatory Courses. Two Years Mrs. HORACE M. WILLARD, Principal Post-Graduate Work. Exceptional advantages in Music,

Artand French. Domestic Science Courses. Gymnastics
and Outdoor Sports. New building with fine dining hall
and gymnasium. One teacher to every five girls. A
catalogue and Book of Views will be sent upon request.

MRS. JOHN FEARNLEY, Principal
Box 409, Burlington, New Jersey

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Quincy Mansion School

Sa Mays Hall

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WORCESTER ACADEMY

FOUNDED 1834.
BY MEANS OF AN EFFICIENT FACULTY OF 20 EXPE-
KIENCED MEN, A WELL-NIGH COMPLETE MATERIAL
EQUIPMENT OF BUILDINGS AND PLAYING-FIELDS,
AND A DEMOCRATIC SPIRIT CULTIVATED THROUGH
NEARLY THREE GENERATIONS, WORCESTER ACAD-
EMY REALLY EDUCATES BOYS.

Send for the catalog
D. W. ABERCROMBIE, LL.D., Prin., 89 Providence St., Worcester, Mass.

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Missouri

WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE
An Accredited Junior College for Young Women

For Catalog address
Fulton, Mo.

JOS. A. SERENA, Prest.

New Hampshire

NEW JERSEY, Orange. Miss Beard's School for Girls A country school, 13 miles from New York. College preparatory, special courses. Music, Art, Domestic Arts and Science. Supervised physical work in gymnasium and field. Catalog on request.

Address MISS LICIE C. BEARD. Holderness School FOR

BOYS Five buildings. Twenty acres. Prepares for Colleges and Technical Schools. Ranks with the highest grade schools of New England, yet by reason of endowment the tuition is moderate. Kent Place: A School for Girls Summit, N. J. Modern gymnasium. Skating. All winter sports. 38th year.

(near New York) REV. LÖRIN WEBSTER, L. H. D., Rector, Plymouth, N.H.

MRS. PAUL, MISS WOODMAN, Principals

NEW YORK - (continued)

New York

ST. FAITH'S for a limited number of ambitious yra

College Preparatory, also Home Science, Music, Vocational Gee St. Agnes School for Girls, Albany, N.Y. equipment. Non-sectarian patronage Country location de

ance. Separate Junior School. Invigorating Climate. Mocent College preparatory and specially arranged courses. The Rt. Rev. teacher to every five pupils. $300 per year. Outdoor life. Catalog Richard H. Nelson, D.D., Bishop of Albany, President of Board of H. C. Plum, A.B., Principal, Box A, SABATOGA SPRINGS, N. T Trustees and Rector-in-charge. Miss MATILDA Gray, Head of School.

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WALLCOURT

MISS GOLDSMITH'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

Wallcourt (formerly the Wells School) has
a picturesque and healthful location in the
home of Wells College, surrounded by the
beautiful, historic country of Lake Cayuga.
Its college preparation certificate admits to
Wells, Wellesley, Vassar, Smith and Mt.
Holyoke. General academic course. Cur-
riculum includes. special courses in music,
physical training.graduate courses, voice cul-
ture, interpretative and folk dancing. Home
Economics. Swimming, tennis, hockey,
horseback riding, boating and all healthful
out-of-door sports are enjoyed. Attractive

boat house gift of alumnae. Address
MRS. ANNA GOLDSMITH TAYLOR, A.B., Principal

Aurora-on-Cayuga, N. Y.

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PENNSYLVANIA - (continued)

The HARCUMSchool

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BRYN MAWR, PENNA.

Situated ten miles from Philadelphia. Will oci cupy its handsome new colonial, stone building

early in September.
Reservations should be made early.
Every up-to-date facility is to be found in the
new building, including fire-proof tower, commo-
dious studios, sun parlors, music and reception
halls, elegantly fitted bedrooms with improved
bath conveniences and completely equipped
gymnasium.
Home life, sunny rooms, large grounds, hockey,
tennis, basketball, riding, etc.
For Girls wanting college preparation a thor-
ough course is offered.
For Girls not going to college the school offers
special opportunities to pursue studies suited to
their tastes and needs.
For Girls desiring to specialize in Music or
Art, there are well known artists from New York
and Philadelphia as instructors for Piano, Sing-
ing, Violin, Violoncello, Harp, Painting and
Drawing.
Full advantage is taken, under careful super-
vision, of Opera, Concerts, Theatre, Art Ex-
hibits and other educational opportunities of
Philadelphia.
Mrs. Edith Hatcher Harcum, B. L. (Pupil of Leschetizky)

Head of the School BRYN MAWR, PA.

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MOSES BROWN SCHOOL Upper School - I'nique record for entrance preparation and for success of graduates in college. Studio, manual training, athletics, gymnasium, swimming pool. Lower School - Special home care and training of younger boys. Graded classes. Outdoor sports. Catalog.

SETH K. GIFFORD, Ph.D., Principal, Providence, R.I.

Virginia

Dixie School

(Annex to Home Place School.) For backward children. The aim is to (1) remove cause of backwardness ; (2) discover native ability; (3) develop possible powers for self-support.

ALICE C. HINCKLEY, M. A., Director. VIRGINIA, Richmond, Alvista Heights, 1604 Lamb Ave.

Mercersburg, Pa.
AIM OF THE SCHOOL-A thorough physical, mental and
moral training for college or business.
SPIRIT OF SCHOOL-A manly tone of self-reliance under
Christian masters from the great universities. Personal attention
to ench boy.
LOCATION-In the country, on the western slope of the famous
Cumberland Valley, one

of the most beautiful and
healthful spots of America.
EQUIPMENT-Modern

and complete. Magnificent new gymnasium building.

Write for catalogue and WILLIAM MANN IRVINE, IL D.

"The Spirit of Mercersburg." Headmaster, Box 164

New Gymnasium

THE SANATORIUM SCHOOL

A select, home school for the treatment, instruction and personal care of children suffering from all forms of nervousness; paralysis, and all defects of speech. Unusual advantages for deaf children. Scientific training Special treatment for Infantile Paralysis victime. The only school of its kind. Highest endorsements. Booklet. Miss CLAUDIA M. REDD, Prin., 46 Runnemede Ave., LANSDOWNE, Pa.

STUART HALL Formerly Virginia Female Institute. Founded 1843. Diocesan School for Girls in Virginia Mts. General and College Preparatory Courses, Piano, Violin, Vocal, Art and Expression Dept. New equipment including pianos. Gymnastics and field sports under trained Director. Catalog. JANE COLSTON HOWARD, A. B. (Bryn Mawr), Principal.

STAUNTON, VA.

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