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Fifty-two years ago the Yates Center High School graduated its first class of four
from the little stone building that filled its needs in 1890. Since that time approx-
imately l,347 graduates have been sent out from the portals of their Alma Mater to
face life with its victories and defeats.
Changing conditions bring changing needs. New buildings were erected to take
care of the increased demand for space and equipment, the present building being
erected in 1924. These changing needs should also be reflected in a changing curri-
culum. This year the Yates Center High School has sought to orient the course of
study with the needs of its future citizens. As a result of preparatory work for the
North Central Study of Secondary School Standards held here this year, the present
objectives of education in the Yates Center High School have been outlined by the
faculty and administration as follows.
l. To develop an adequate command of the fundamental processes.
2. To develop in each individual an appreciation of the fine arts CLiterature.
music, art, and dramaticsl.
3. To teach pupils an appreciation of our democratic form of government so that
they may become Worthy and useful citizens.
4. To help boys and girls value and conserve good health.
5. To offer guidance in vocations, avocations, and in education generally.
6. To inculcate Within the pupil:
A. An active inerest in self governmentg
B. The practice of independent thinkingg
C. A tolerant attitudcg
D. Rational skepticism,