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Elm Glrrstnn Minh Svrhnnl
lhe Cre ton Hrgh School was founded rn 1878 It has graduated thrrty rrrne
classes one eyery yerr except rn I887 lhe largest class that has graduated rs th
class as l9I 7 numberrng frlty tyso and the smallest that of 1878 numberrng four It S
an accredrted hugh chool by the North Central Assocratron of C olleges and Secondary
bchools lhrs rs a co cducatronal rnstrtute there berng three hundred thrrty nrne students
enrolled at present two hundred thrrtv nrne grrls and one hundred thrrty nrne boys Many
non resrdent puprls attend here About a thrrd of the students are non resrdents
lhrs rrrstrtutron offcrs four courses to students namely
C ollege Preparatory Normal
C ommercral German Englrsh
There rs no drstrnctron made between the courses of study durrng the first two years
'Xt the end of the Sophomore year one rs expected to decrde as to hrch course he ysrll
After hayrng talcen the College Preparatory course a student rs elrgrble to any
college rn the State Ihe Nlormal Cour e cnables the student to become a teacher rn the
grade schools of thrs country rllae school recerxes sewen hundred hfty dollars annually
of the teachers rn the rurrl schools of the county and rn some of the adjacent countres and
also some teachers rn the crty grade chools lhe Commercral department has Increased
greatly rn recent year cysrng to rts crrect output of practrcal lcnoyxl dge
Flhe schcol rs ad quately equrpped lihere rs a laboratory for scrence and physrcs
ysrth all the latest screntrhc rmproyement Also the 5 yung room rs equrpped ywrth seysrng
machrnes and tables made by the boys rn manual trarnrng The manual trarnrng room rs
proyrded ysrth rndryrdual benches and machrnery for handlrng large trmber and also lathes
There rs a sufhcrent number of typeys rrters to accommodate the classes
'lhe hrgh school audrtorrum wrll eat about three hundred fifty ysrth rndrwrdual seats
and deslss It can be made to seat hye or srrc hundred by means of charrs rf necessary
An Athletrc Assocratron handles the school athl trcs Thrs league consrsts of nearly
all the pupils and affords basketball football baseball and traclc vworlc for the students
Careful selectron rn respect to the faculty rs cared for rl he school has heretofore
obtarned teachers of the hrghest efhclency
In the past the C reston Hrgh School has publrshed four Annuals The unror Class
decrdes as to whether they shall publrsh one or not An Annual means much work and
rs solely for the purpose of recordrng some few events of the classes and for grvrng some
rnformatron concernrng the hr h chool lhrs boolc rs by no means perfect so therefore
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unror Receptron May 23th Annual Sermon May 27th
Class Plav May 3lst Fmal Examrnatrons May 29 3I
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