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VERY aspirant for success in this day and age must have
preparation if he is to go far up the ladder which leads to
achievement. One may have dogged perseverence, a mag-
netic personality and qualities of leadership, but coupled
with these characteristics must be education. without which
no one can reach the greatest heights.
Each branch of training in a school is a step on the
ladder that one must climb to reach success. A glance into the departments
of our school will show what it offers as preparation for the future.
SOCIAL SCIENCE Here are studied different branches
of history. United States history and civics show the de-
velopment of the nation and the processes of its government.
. Modern and world history picture the progress of the world
from ancient times to the modern age. Social problems gives
the students a better understanding of the social conditions of
' the world in which they live.
Mathematics is a puzzling but helpful subject. Long
struggles with problems in algebra, geometry and trigonometry
bring results when computations are needed.
LANGUAGE-LITERATURE Despite the radio. people must still be able
to express themselves and to understand literature. This training is given in
the ever growing English department. Projects are introduced to make more
real the scenes from literature: debates are held for discussion of current
Because of our proximity to Mexico and its influence on our customs
and traditions, the Spanish language becomes doubly interesting to those
studying it. Latin. although not as popular as Spanish. is helpful as the
foundation of all languages and a help in the study of English.
HOUSEHOLD ARTS ln this department the girls learn
6 how to become perfect hostesses and good cooks and how
f 52-,ii to do practical dressmaking. New to our school this year
FE, . A. are the home art and design and household science classes.
'fl'-i the course of which is outlined by the Smith-Hughes Act.
A M 4 ln these classes are studied chemical properties and tests for
fl V foods. the identification of textiles by tests. and the best ways
of using food and materials.
HYGIENE Last of the departments is hygiene, in which the girls are
instructed in the principles of first aid and home care of the sick, as well as
in the ways whereby they make a house more sanitary and healthful.