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DR. A. KURTZ KING,
511perzi.i'i11g P1711 cipczl
To see the students from North Penn's
various component schools amalgamate
into a loyal, happy and unified student
body under the North Penn High School
banner, has been very gratifying. This
happened in a remarkably short time
following the opening of the new school.
in spite of obstacles. For every students
contribution toward such building of
school spirit I extend heartfelt thanks and
Members of the Class of 1956 have
earned special praise for their leadership
in student affairs during North Penn High
Schools first year. To transfer longest
roots in their former school to top re-
sponsibility in the new school was a real
challenge which was well met.
On the other hand, this first graduating
class is having the opportunity and dis-
tinction of enjoying the first benefits of
the new school and its grand school plant.
Many who graduated in earlier years. and
many who are attending other schools envy
the Class of 1956 and those who will be
graduated here in subsequent years. Thus,
this big challenge is also an unusual op-
portunity which should be cherished for years to come.
The value of a diploma depends upon the esteem of the
issuing institution. Students and alumni of the North Penn High
School need to do all they can to boost their school if they
would have maximum benefits from its seal of graduation.
liarly graduating classes have a special responsibility because
there are no older alumni from a new school.
Beyond the selfish reason of boosting ones school so that
its credentials will be more valuable. is the social obligation
of gratitude. Many have been generous in their thinking.
giving, and sacrifice so that each pupil to attend North Penn
may have a most attractive and a fully equipped building and
a truly comprehensive. effective. modern secondary school pro-
gram. Students who can benefit from that superior offering
should be very appreciative and eternally grateful. That means
YOU. every North Penn student. XY'hile you cannot repay
those who gave you that opportunity, you can reflect apprecia-
tion and can. in turn. afford the best educational opportunity
to your children and others of subsequent generations.
Your teachers deserve your praise for their share in bringing
the advantages of your schools into your grasp. During this
first year in the new plant they did much to guide the adap-
tation and to facilitate learning.
The initial year in North Penn High School has been a grand
experience for all. in spite of the patience and understanding
which circumstances required. For all that everyone did to
help the general cause I hereby express a sincere THANK YOU