Tennessee Military Institute - Radiogram Yearbook (Sweetwater, TN)

 - Class of 1971

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.xdcaclemic Our educational creed has been indicated 'on earlier pages. Briefly speak- ing, we believe in the mastery of fundamental courses in English, Mathematics, Foreign Languages, History, and Science as adequate foundation for successful work in college. This program has been followed in Tennessee Military In- stitute for many years with the result that in all recent years more than ninety per cent of our graduates enter good colleges in various areas of the United States. Tennessee Military Institute is committed to an open admissions policy. Any student who can meet the school's academic, physical, moral, and financial requirements may be admitted to the school and its entire program. There is no discrimination against any student with regard to enrollment in this school. In all recent years a very high percentage of the boys enrolled in Tennessee Military Institute have college preparation as the primary reason for their en- rolhnent. Throughout the period of a boy's attendance here, we try to stimulate each individual boy in his effort to attain the kind of subject mastery and study habits which will aid him in his collegiate work. We have found through the years few boys disqualified from this effort due to lack of fundamental ability. Most boys can learn how to study and how to prepare lessons well. We require of each incoming new student a general aptitude test. This test is designed to give parents assurance that their son is fully qualified to un- dertake our course of study. Whenever possible we recommend each student take the Secondary School Admissions Test by the Educational Testing Service and have the results sent to us. Information on the SSAT can be secured from T. M. I. Class sections in Tennessee Military Institute average about fifteen boys to the section Qabout half the number in the average high school classj. This enables the teacher to know daily how well each pupil is doing his work. We discourage changing from one class to another when the pupil thinks the work is getting difficult and thereby avoid fractional credits such as are cer- tified by public high schools. To enable boys to measure up to our higher standards, special help periods are provided on half holidays to which many boys come voluntarily every week. In short, we have succeeded in making it popular in T. M. I. to seek good marks and good class standing. Page Thirty-six

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6 MRS. R. H. BEBB HOSTESS AND DIETITIAN MRS. JOHN H. EVERETT, JR. B.S., Tennessee Technological University 9 LIBRARIAN MRS. LUCILLE RHEA, l.P.N Q Sixteen years experience Sweetwater City Hospital MRS. CHARLES H. WILSON SECRETARY I?



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oumed 0 .glwcfg unc! ibcpkmad The course of study which a boy completes in Tennessee Military Insti- tute determines the type of college, university, or techincal school for which he is prepared. Great care is exercised in this school to guide the boy into the work that will equip him best for the college work and professional training to which he aspires. DIPLOMA "A" The courses leading to Diploma "A" are required of all students desiring admission to the best colleges. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR FOURTH YEAR Required : Required: Required : Required : English I English II English III English IV Algebra I Algebra II Geometry Advanced Mathematics ft Ghemistry Trigonometry . u Electwei American History Elective. cselect lj Elective : Elective : Elective : lSelect 25 I CSelect 25 Ff0HQhI QSelect 1 or 25 Latinl Latin II S1?amShI Ffen9h U . . . Bible Spamsh II Civics World History Economics Physics General Science Biology Govemme t Biology II I1 NOTE: Two years of Foreign Language required for Diploma "A"g two years of Latin followed by two years of Modern Language preferred. 'FRequired as a fifth subject of all superior seniors planning to attend XY'est Point, Annapolis, Engineering Schools, or the better colleges. DIPLOMA "B" The courses leading to Diploma "B" constitute adequate preparation for many smaller colleges and some state universities. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR FOURTH YEAR Required : Required : Required : - Required: English I English II English III English IV . Algebra I Algebra II Geometry American History Civics Elective : Elective : Elective : General Science World History Spanish I Chemistry Biology French I Slmnish 11 Geography Bible Fiench H - . Bible ' Economics Biology II Government Third Year courses in the Languages are being offered when required. Page Thirty- seven

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