Highland High School - Highlander Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

 - Class of 1964

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of Tomorrow's World Science plays a major role in world affairs Today. In order for our leaders of Tomorrow To compeTe in The space-race They musT have an adequaTe educa- Tional background. Preparing while in high school, sTudenTs of Today will assume The responsibiliTies of Tomorrow wiTh courage ancl deTerminaTion. Biology, which is required of all sTudenTs, olrfers The sTudy of living organisms. Second year biology is available To Those wiTh a sincere desire 'To increase Their knowledge of This mosT inTeresTing subject Leaf collecTions, dissecTing, and microscopic sTudies en- liven The classroom acTiviTies. ComposiTion of subsfances is The basis of The chem- isTry course. TesT Tube racks, Bunsen burners, and boTTles of various chemicals are ofTen seen during chemisTry laboraTories. Seniors conclude Their scienTiTic curricula wiTh physics which deals wiTh The problems of maTTer and moTion. Demands in any field of science are greaT wiTh Those who choose such an occupaTion. However, wiTh The proper background many sTudenTs will receive The saTisTacTion of a life devoTed To a worThwhile and de- serving cause-science. Brady Wilson intently watches as Mary Glass prepares a Test Tube in The firsT step of a chemistry experimenT. Minufe planf cells are examined in a biology laboraTory Through miscroscopes by Linda Zanko and Bill Sheldrake. I3

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Math, Science Students Catching a glimpse of the physics class from the hall reveals Mr. Deloris Martin lecturing to his class. Mr. James Yutzy explains mathematical prob-lems to his seventh grade math class with the aid of conic sections. I2 Prepare to Meet Needs Mathematics was one of man's earliest concepts. Today it is a p-art of everyday liteg thus, it has be- come an invaluable subiect and is drilled into each and every student at Highland. Seventh and eighth graders are challenged by frac- tions, decimals, and simple algebraic expressions. Aids to learning range from conic sections to potato halves. Freshmen choose either Algebra I or General Math depending upon their curricula. Algebra Il stu- dents seek answers to puzzling problems containing unknown variable quantities. Plane Geometry's main instruments are a straight edge and a compass. These tools are essential when dealing with plane figures on paper and the black- board. Trigonometry, a one semester course, proposes relations between the angles and the sides of trian- gles. Solid Geometry is a one semester course which treats the three-dimensional figure as a whole. Every course taken in mathematics puts the stu- dent that much closer to understanding the complex- ities and vastness of this world. Basic principles of mathematics provide a solid foundation on which to add all knowledge gained throughout life. Crowded conditions forced trigonometry class into art room.



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Highlanders receive a broad background in the field l of social studies, American and'lndiana History pro- vides seventh and eighth graders with a better under- standing ofthe United States and the people who built it. Mr. Irvin Cash's United States History classes were further enlightened by viewing "How the West Was Won" on the cinema screen. World History correlates the growth of our young nation with the struggles encountered by the rest of the world. Countries, cities, and large rivers are more easily located when students study geography. Atlases, text- books, globes, and salt maps contribute to the value of the course. Film strips, movies, and tape recordings supplemented textbooks and lectures delivered by Mr. Cash in his government classes. Mr. William O'Neal organized a "Gov Club" in his government classes in order to demonstrate democratic proceedings. Social problems originating with ways to make a living are offered for discussion and evaluation by Highland's Applied Economic students. Sociology also deals with economics but more important with the scientific investigation of man's behavior in society. Muscatatuck, a state institution for the mentally retarded, was visited by the psychology students of Mrs. Wanda Fredericks and Mr. O'Neal. Having studied the subiect, classic examples were observed in the in- stitution and will long be remembered. Psychology class was the scene of great discussion when hypnotic consultant Kent Griffth presented a demonstration of the effects of hypnosis. Even the most stalwart of disbelievers were amazed and delighted at the antics of the hypnotized students. Social Studies Broaden Students' Background Myron Noble refers to an atlas in World History class. Mr. Kent Griffth, hypnotic consultant, shows the effects of hypnosis on Highland psychology students.. I4

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