THE ATLANTIC MONTHL\
• DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA •
• CALIFORNIA •
Accredited Small Classes
Grammar High Junior College Mental, moral, and physical training that fits boys for college or business.
Year ’round outdoor full sports program.
Ten acre campus Episcopal
Catalogue on Request 34th Year Opens September 19. 1933 Rev. Harold H. Kelley, A.13., Headmaster 1601 S. Western Avenue Los Angeles, California
THE BISHOP’S SCHOOL
On the Scripps Foundation. Boarding and I)ay school for Girls, preparatory to Eastern Colleges. Good academic standards. Intermediate grades. Modern equipment. Outdoor pool, Caroline Seely Cummins, M.A., Vassar, Headmistress. The Rt. Rev. W. Bertrand Stevens, President Hoard of Trustees, Box 15, La Jolla, Calif.
• CONNECTICUT •
THE LITCHFIELD SCHOOL
For 30 young boys. Successful preparation for all secondary schools. Riding. Winter sports. Organized play. Milk, fruit, vegetables from school farm. Altitude 1100. 100 miles from New York.
Charles Frederick Brusie, Principal; Earle Everett Sarcka, Headmaster Box 715, Litchfield, Conn.
JJational Catijrbral School
RESIDENT and Day School for Girls. Thorough preparation for College. General Course with special emphasis in Music. Art and Dramatics. The Bishop of Washington. President Board of Trustees, Miss MABBI. B. TURNER, A.B., A.M., Principal. Mount St. Alban, Washington, D. C.
• ILLINOIS •
A Leading College Preparatory School for boys in the Middle West. Revolutionary new plan of education attracts nation-wide attention. All Athletics under experts.
John Wayne Richards, Headmaster, Bor 143, Lake Forest, III.
1 Accredited High School and Junior College courses. Music, Art, Drama. New Buildings. Wooded grounds to lake. All Sports. Swimming Pool, Elolse R. Tremaln, Box 39, Lake Forest, III.
• MAINE •
-/N QUA IA SCHOOL roft. GHILS
Emphasizes College Preparation. Music, Art, Expres sion, Physical Ed., Sec. Science. Jr. and Sr. .Schools. Out door Life. Address: Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Owen, Principals, Box 126, Vassalboro, Maine.
• MARYLAND •
Individual attention. Stimulating contacts with teachers of experience. Home atmosphere. Variety of sports, including riding.
Lucy George Roberts, Ph.D., Sarah M. Beach, Ph.D,
Box 19, Catonsville, Maryland
—T OV-HEYWOOT) —
M 7i the Sound — At Shippan Point F ¥
Established 1865. Preparatory to the leading colleges for Women. Also General Course. Art and Music. Separate Junior School. Outdoor Sports. For catalog, write
Mary Rogers Roper, Headmistress, Box A, Stamford, Conn.
JYational Park Seminary
For girls. Junior College and Preparatory School, suburban to Washington. 32 magnificent buildings. Diploma courses in Art. Music, Dramatics, Home Economics, Secretarial, journalism. 40th year. Rates 1150 and up according to room. Catalog.
JAMES E. AMENT, A.M., Ph.D,, LL.D., Box A, Forest Glen, Md.
A Century of service in solving Boys’ Problems. Experienced sympathetic teachers to help. Grades 4 to 12. Tuition low.
Rev. Brownell Gage, Ph.D., 17 High Street, Suftield, Conn.
A Country School for Girls
College Preparatory and Special Courses.
Fanny E. Davies, LL„A.» Head biistress.
1832 HANNAH MORE ACADEMY 1033
An accredited girls’ preparatory school in the country near Baltimore. Under the auspices of the Episcopal church — therefore rates are reasonable. Music, Art, General Courses. Modern equipment and methods. All Athletics, Riding.
LAURA FOWLER, A.B,f Principal, Box A, Relsterstown, Md.
• MASSACHUSETTS •
Emphasizes preparation of girls for the leading colleges. Excellent general course with. music, dramatics, art and secretarial work. Hockey, riding, tennis. Country estate, modern building. 58th year. ALBERTA C. EDELL, A.M., Box A. WATERBURY, CONN.
ABB OT ACADEMY
Delightfully located. Thoroughly Equipped. Broad general course. Excellent College Preparatory Record. Art. Music. Dramatics. House hold Science. Tennis, riding, golf. Summer and winter sports.
Address Bertha Bulley, Principal, Box B, Andover, Mass.
We recommend these schools. Please write them and refer to the Atlantic.