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The attendance repori is made To The .North Central Association 'the
Friday of The 4th week affer school begins in The fall
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FROM THE DESK OF THE PRINCIPAL
One of the greatest misconceptions which students have concerning
education is the belief that it is free. This belief is surely not true. Educa-
tion most certainly is not free. It is very costly. Real education requires
the greatest investment on the part of the recipient and society.
Let us examine what this investment is. First of all, society is pour-
ing billions of dollars into the educational program. This amount is
growing each year and is never sufficient. But this is the smallest and
least important part of the investment which any real education requires.
The most important part is that required from the students. It con-
sists of time and effort. Every student who graduates this year has
invested at least twelve years of his time. This represents from 15 to 20?
of an average life time.
Any of you who has acquired real education has also invested a great
deal of effort. In fact, your education can be measured more accurately
by the amount of effort expended than by your diploma. No education
is possible without this work and effort.
For you, who have really worked and learned, this investment in
education is the best you will ever make. lt will pay dividends as long
as you live in terms of material success, personal satisfaction, and service
Like all good investors you must re-invest much of your dividends in
further education. This will guarantee the safety of the investment you
have already made.
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VarieTy is an imporTanT elemenf in any well-planneol invesTmenT pro
gram. In The above picture you may see The wide range of subiecTs of
Tereol in BenTon Harbor High School. LeT each book represenT approxi
rnaTely 35 sTudenTs To see The enrollmenT in each subiecT.
242 sTudenTs in Driver EducaTion.
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