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SCIENCE BUILDS KNOWLEDGE OF LIFE
Science at Albany consists of a wide variety of semeste-rizetl courses giving the student an excellent background in all phases of science from the amoeba to the atom.
Science students do more than burn sulphur that drifts through the halls or break equipment b accident. They discover many things about the world surrounding them. Equations are Iralaneed and animals are dissected as part of the science classes.
The Science courses, under the instruction of Mrs. Burke, include lectures, discussions, and lab work. The labs are always busy and signs of various experiments in progress can readily be seen and smelled throughout the halls.
Students who like to discover and be challenged select these courses to expand their knowledge of how the work! is put together.
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The biology class listens during a lecture on preparation for future lab experiments.
Students take notes during one of Mrs. Burke's lectures.
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Pam accompanies other members of Choms in preparation for the Christinas Concert.
Amy. Man', ami Lisa follow their sheet music during chorus.
With the assistance of Alums. Pep Band provides the entertainment at all of the home basketball games.
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SOCIAL STUDIES EXPLORES HISTORICAL EVENTS
Under Ihe instruction of Mr. Tom Gross, historical background laid the foundation for the comprehension of the American mode of life and government.
Area Studies figured as an important portion in the understanding of international problems. Through its study, students realized that geography determines the resources, size of family, way of life, and ultimate!) the success of a country.
To gain understanding of the business world, to develop an interest in the economic development of our families in our country, and to realize the importance of securing training and skills, were all objectives of the Social Problems class. Extensive study was done by the class in the areas of planning a budget and trying to live within that budget. Social Problems provides the necessary knowledges and awareness of our economy to enable graduates to make in telligent decisions once they become a part of the adult world.
Social problems is designed to provide a better understanding of our economic development. Here students do individual readings to obtain that understanding.
The area studies class listens to a lecture on today's world.
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