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THE SENIOR CLASS
West Bridgewater, Mass.
The medieval period in our history was
one of feudal classes-including a nobility.
These nobles developed a code of life
which they called Chivalry. This code
taught men reverence toward women, cour-
tesy, bravery, manners, and service to the
church. After schooling in these fields,
noble men became knightsg one was first
a page, then a squire, and at last
a knight. Upon being knighted, he rode
into distant lands in search of the holy
grail-or silver chalice. As we review our
school history We see it as one of Chivalry.
We compare our elementary years to those
of a pageg Junior high is likened to the
life of a squireg and finally graduation
is the time we are knighted. We have sur-
vived the athletic combats, formal educa-
tion, and character tests. Knighthood
Cgraduationj sets us in search of the de-
sired chalice-extensive knowledge.