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  1. English grammar, made easy to the teacher and pupil: Originally compiled for the use of West-town Boarding School, Pennsylvania by John Comly, 1825
  2. English grammar made easy to the teacher and pupil: Principally compiled for the use of West-Town Boarding School, Pennsylvania by John Comly, 1810
  3. English grammar: Made easy to the teacher and pupil: orginally compiled for the use of West-town boarding school, Pennsylvania by John Comly, 1853
  4. Boarding school for young ladies, West Alexander, Pa: The property formerly occupied by George Wilson situated on the National Road, fifteen miles east ... commenced October 3d, 1853 ... [fees given] by Sarah Jamison, 1853
  5. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: Reproduced in Facsimile from the Original Monthly Parts of 1838-9 by Charles Dickens, Michael Slater, 1983-02

61. Dog Training Schools, Dog Trainers, Dog Training
Brizes boarding School, Elizabeth, pennsylvania 412384-6445, Barbara Brizes barbbrizes@aol.com04/05 Type of Training Basic Advance Obedience, Other.

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62. NIARI Curriculum Project
by Captain Richard Henry Pratt , who founded the Carlisle Indian School in pennsylvania. savethe man. The devastation of the Indian boarding schools is still
previous pdf version next curriculum home ... niari home LESSON PLAN Boarding Schools EALRS:
History 1: The student examines and understands major ideas, themes, developments, turning points, chronology, and cause-and-effect relationships in US, World, and Washington State history.
History 2: The student understands the origin and impact of ideas and technological developments on history and social change. GRADE LEVEL: Secondary BASIC CONCEPTS: Impact of the Indian Boarding Schools ORGANIZING GENERALIZATION: "A major conflict between cultures occurred when the federal government attempted to bring American Indians into the mainstream of society following the 1871 conclusion of the treaty-signing period. The boarding school was the primary institution encouraging acculturation of Indian youth due to the school's adherence to a regime that reflected the military fortifications in which schools were housed. Different conceptions of time and history were taught in boarding schools, and Indian students were confronted with a school culture and curriculum vastly different from their own tribal reality." quote from From Boarding Schools to Self Determination by Willard Bill CULTURE AREA: Entire United States TIME PERIOD: BACKGROUND: In the post Civil War era idealistic reformers turned their attention to the "plight" of the Indian people, they believed that with the proper education and treatment Indians could become like other citizens: patriotic, and productive members of society. One of the first efforts was by Captain Richard Henry Pratt , who founded the Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania. His belief in the inferiority of Indian ways to those of whites led to his guiding principle, "kill the Indian and save the man." The devastation of the Indian Boarding Schools is still being felt by many Native American people and their communities.

Connecticut. The Kiski School A private all male boarding school foundedin 1888 located in Saltsburg pennsylvania. The Lawrenceville
  • Academy at Swift River - A year-round, co-educational boarding school for students, ages 13 through 18, who are experiencing difficulties managing their lives at home or in school, in Cummington, MA.
  • Admiral Farragut Academy - Independent, coeducational, day and boarding school for grades 5-12 in St. Petersburg, Florida. It is an Honor Naval School.
  • Aiglon College - Aiglon College: a British international boarding school for 300 boys and girls aged 9 to 18 (K-12) from 53 different nations situated in the ski resort of Villars at an altitude of 1200m in the Swiss Alps. The curriculum, taught in English, leads to the U.K. GCSE and A-level public examinations, and our alumni go on to universities all over the world. We offer a strong outdoor education programme and skiing in the winter months.
  • All Souls' and St Gabriel's Boarding School - Primary and secondary day and boarding school in a rural setting with academic and TAFE Courses. Cattle club, music, sport and internet access are available.
  • Andrews School, The - Willoughby, OH
  • 64. To Show What An Indian Can Do Sports At Native American Boarding
    against the country s most formidable programs Harvard, Army, and pennsylvania. inKansas were among the many federally operated boarding schools enacting the
    To Show What an Indian Can Do Sports at Native American Boarding Schools
    John Bloom
    A compelling and inspiring account of Native American student athletes. Between 1899 and 1917, the football team of Pennsylvania's Carlisle Indian School rose to national prominence, competing-and winning-against the country's most formidable programs: Harvard, Army, and Pennsylvania. Under Carlisle's legendary coach, Glenn "Pop" Warner, players such as Gus Welch, William Henry "Lone Star" Dietz, and most notably Jim Thorpe-perhaps the century's greatest athlete-became household names. Together with other athletes, including Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Charles Albert "Chief" Bender and distance runner Louis Tewanima, they helped change the country's attitudes toward Native Americans. The Carlisle Indian School and the Haskell Institute in Kansas were among the many federally operated boarding schools enacting the U.S. government's education policy toward Native Americans from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century, one designed to remove children from familiar surroundings and impose mainstream American culture upon them. To Show What an Indian Can Do explores the history of sports programs at these institutions and, drawing on the recollections of former students, describes the importance of competitive sport in their lives. Author John Bloom focuses on the male and female students who did not typically go on to greater athletic glory but who found in sports something otherwise denied them by the boarding school program: a sense of community, accomplishment, and dignity.

    65. Milton Hershey School - Hershey, Pennsylvania: Chocolatetown Is Born
    labor force made up of hardworking pennsylvania Germans Hershey responded by providinglarger schools, bigger stores, more restaurants, more boarding rooms

    66. Teen Programs| List Of Boarding Schools In Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania Boarding
    List of boarding schools in pennsylvania. Champhill Special School,boarding School, pennsylvania Camphill Special School is home School&state=pa

    67. Teen Programs| List Of Schools In Pennsylvania
    We Champhill Special School, boarding School, pennsylvania Camphill Special Schoolis home, or homeaway-from-home, to 160 people, almost half of whom are

    68. Boarding Schools In Alaska: History
    Catholic Covenant High School Copper Center Nulato, Lower 48 boarding schools Chemawa,Oregon* Chillaco, Oklahoma* Carlisle, pennsylvania Riverside, California.
    Boarding Schools in Alaska:
    A Brief History of
    Alaskan Native Education
    Unalakleet, AK
    It is important to understand the development of the education system in Alaska and the changing role that boarding schools have played in Alaskan Native education. Boarding schools have had both positive and negative affects on Alaskan Natives and their communities, and reflecting on this spot ted history allows us to understand the varying opinions of boarding schools in Alaska. The history we include here is only a short summary intended to provide the framework necessary to understanding the recent issues and potential future role of boarding schools in Alaskan Native education.
    Click or scroll down to read the following subtopics:
    • Introduction of Formal Western Education
      A Dual System
      Boarding schools: Tools of Acculturation
      Growing Pains

      Introduction of Formal Western Education The history of formal education in the state of Alaska is as yo ung as the 49th state itself. The community project of preparing children for the future, however, goes as far back as the history of the people. This traditional form of education began to be slowly replaced by the more formal model introduced by missionaries who came north after the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. It wasn't until 1884, with the passing of the First Organic Act, that the then District of Alaska was given the responsibility of educating children of all races.

    69. Valley Forge Military Academy - Boarding School Profile
    Founded in 1928, Valley Forge features an allmale college-preparatory boarding schooland a two-year transfer college located in Wayne, pennsylvania - just 15
    home new to boarding schools? research schools application help ... School Directory > Valley Forge Military Academy Valley Forge Military Academy 1001 Eagle Road, Wayne, PA 19087 tel: (610)989-1300 Request Information School Notes: "Valley Forge is America's premiere preparatory school that uses a military model to provide bright young men the focus they need to realize their full academic potential. Valley Forge enrolls young men of good moral character who wish to succeed in grades 7- 12 and a post graduate year..." more View Student Review: submit a review and get $7 1. Class of 1991, enrolled at University of South Carolina Top 20 Placements:
  • Boarding Focus - Highest percentage of boarding students
    Valley Forge Military Academy Boarding School Median Overview: School Focus College-Prep Military College Preparatory School Type All-boys Co-ed Religious Affiliation Christian Year Founded Campus Size 120 acres 200 acres Student Body Enrollment (Grades 9-12) 394 students 270 students Percent Students of Color Percent International Students Percent Students Boarding Average SAT Score Offers Post-Grad Year Yes Yes Academics and Faculty Saturday Classes No No Classroom Dress Code Formal Formal Average Class Size Teacher : Student ratio Number of AP Courses Offered ESL Offered Yes Yes % Faculty with Advanced Degree Summer Program Offered Yes Yes Finances Endowment Size $8 million $15 million Tuition (Boarding Students) Tuition (Day Students) n/a Percent Students on Financial Aid Admission
  • 70. Measles Outbreak In A Boarding School --- Pennsylvania, 2003
    Measles Outbreak in a boarding School pennsylvania, 2003. Measleshas not been endemic in the United States since 1997, although
    Measles Outbreak in a Boarding School - Pennsylvania, 2003
    Measles has not been endemic in the United States since 1997, although limited outbreaks continue to be caused by imported* cases ( ). In 2003, CDC assisted in investigating the largest school outbreak of measles in the United States since 1998 ( ). The outbreak consisted of 11 laboratory-confirmed cases: nine cases in a boarding school in eastern Pennsylvania and two epidemiologically linked cases in New York City (NYC). This report summarizes the results of the outbreak investigation, which indicated that measles continues to be imported into the United States and that high coverage with 2 doses of measles-containing vaccine (MCV) among students was effective in limiting the size of the outbreak. Health-care providers should maintain a high index of suspicion for measles, especially in those who have traveled abroad recently, and recommendations for 2 doses of MCV in all school-aged children should be followed. In April 2003, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported to CDC two cases of measles in unvaccinated twins aged 13 years in a boarding school with 663 students. Active surveillance for measles was conducted in the school, hospitals, and doctors' offices through May 2003. Patients were interviewed, acute- and convalescent-phase sera were collected for measles IgM enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay testing, and throat swabs and urine samples were collected for viral genotyping. Efforts to control the outbreak included vaccinating or excluding from campus and isolating all students and staff members with no evidence of immunity to measles

    71. Georgia Military Boarding Schools, Coed Midwest Military School, Christian Milit
    jersy military school, military boarding schools, schools military to research boarding schools. They have already Christian boarding schools The Association Of boarding schools Your
    georgia military boarding schools, coed midwest military school, christian military schools

    72. American Boarding Schools At
    american boarding schools click here to enter, regina saskatchewan boarding schools,st. American boarding schools Information Appearing at
    American Boarding Schools Information Appearing at
    We embrace diversity and, through instruction and example, foster understanding of the full spectrum of human and cultural differences. We discover and invigorate the unique qualities of each young woman, motivating her to respect her own special abilities. Girls know better than anyone how fast their world moves. American boarding schools is related to We incorporate experiential learning into a comprehensive, college preparatory education, adapting students' programs to build on their strengths. The 90,000 sq. ft. main building houses classrooms, laboratories, practice rooms for vocal and instrumental music. Of course, girls want to learn from skilled and caring teachers. When we ask girls for their opinion, we are confirming that what they think matters. Girls looking for more opportunities and more choices know they want a school where learning has more than one dimension. It is our students who truly define who and what we are as a School. Of course, girls want to learn from skilled and caring teachers. We honor sensitivity, ethical behavior, trust, and compassion and nurture these qualities in the Miss Hall's School family. But, girls also want to be around adults who are interested in learning from them. We embrace diversity and, through instruction and example, foster understanding of the full spectrum of human and cultural differences. We discover and invigorate the unique qualities of each young woman, motivating her to respect her own special abilities. On our campus, girls feel a sense of ownership and connection to themselves and one another.

    73. Teen Challenge Training Center
    New Hope Academy Christian boarding School 70 Savage Road / PO Box 295 Nestledin the endless mountain region of Northeast pennsylvania, just outside the
    New Hope Academy
    Christian Boarding School
    70 Savage Road / PO Box 295
    Factoryville, PA 18419
    We believe in second chances. That is what New Hope Academy is all about. Our goal is to help boys whose lives have been affected by life-controlling issues like anger, rebellion and addiction. In our complicated modern world, we understand how difficult it can be to always make right choicessometimes our choices can have devastating effects on us. We believe that by providing our students with a fresh perspective, they will have the opportunity to realize their potential and pursue their dreams. At New Hope Academy, we believe in the power of change. We know that, if given the chance, every young person can go on to lead a satisfying and rewarding life. New Hope Academy is a ministry of Teen Challenge Training Center, Inc., to boys ages 15-17. Students 13-14 will be considered on an individual basis. Rev. David Wilkerson, the founder of Teen Challenge Ministries, had one goal in mind when he startedto help young people who would otherwise have no hope. Teen Challenge ministries have a documented success rate of 70-86% of our graduates remaining free of life-controlling problems and becoming successful members of society.*

    74. |Nonpublic And Private Schools List Of Schools
    boarding schools. Below is a link to a list of boarding schools in the State ofPennsylvania. These schools are accredited through accrediting associations.|60

    75. Friends Council On Education Member Schools - Boarding
    Friends Council on Education 1507 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 215241-7245.Friends Council on Education Member schools boarding schools.
    Nurturing the Quaker
    Spirit of Friends
    PreK-12 Schools
    Across the Country Schools by State Alphabetically Special Needs Boarding Schools Affiliate Members Membership ... Order a Directory Friends Council on Education
    1507 Cherry Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    Friends Council on Education Member Schools: Boarding Schools
    Nancy O. Starmer, Head of School
    Box 4000
    Newtown, PA 18940
    Fax: 215-579-6604 E-mail: John Woolman School/ The Woolman Semester Grades 11-12 Amy Cooke, Executive Director 13075 Woolman Lane Nevada City, CA 95959 Fax: 530-273-9028 E-mail: Jacqueline Stillwell, Clerk 56 Thomas Road Rindge, NH 03461 Fax: 603-899-6216 E-mail: Peter Baily, Head of School 22 Spackenkill Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 Fax: 845-462-4251 E-mail: Richard F. Sidwell, Head of School Barnesville, OH 43713 Fax: 740-425-3782 E-mail: Kenneth Smith, Head of School 16923 Norwood Road Sandy Spring, MD 20860

    76. African Studies Center | Kenya Page
    Serving missionaries, nationals, and diplomats through much of East Africa,RVA is one of the largest mission boarding schools in the world.
    Kenya Page
    Other On-Line Resources Related to Kenya
    • Kenya
        The index has been created by The Norwegian Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa and African affairs. The projects has been developed in cooperation with the information company Gazette, and wit h financial support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    • Kenya (Karen Fung)
        Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers: news, history, geography, etc..

    77. An Indian Boarding School Photo Gallery
    Apache children on arrival at the Carlisle Indian School (pennsylvania) wearing traditional Everystudent at the boarding school spent at least half of his or
    An Indian Boarding School Photo Gallery

    Children in front of girls' dormintory building, Tulalip Indian School, ca. 1912.
    Photographer: Ferdinand Brady
    Collection: Brady Collection
    Repository: Musuem of History and Industry, Seattle
    Online Source

    Tulalip students in school uniform pose behind two priests, including Eugene Casimir Chirouse, Washington State, ca. 1865.
    Online Source

    Yakima School girls, Fort Simcoe, Washington. A large group of girls unifornmly dressed in plain long sleeve dresses, pose under a building at Fort Simcoe.
    Collection: Estelle Reel Repository: Eastern Washington State Historical Society Online Source American Horse with children and relatives during an 1882 visit to the Carlisle Indian School. J.N. Choate Collection, digitized by C. Scott Lambert, Courtesy of CCHS. May not be used without permission. Online Source Learning finger songs at Carlisle Indian School, ca. 1900. Frances Benjamin Johnston photo Courtesy Cumberland County Historical Society May not be used without permission.

    78. Pennsylvania Historical Marker Application
    American Indians and the boarding School Experience 1875 The actual school groundsare listed on the Program Division of History pennsylvania Historical and
    (Please type or print. Before completing, see Guidelines for Approval on page 5.) 1. State name of person, event, or site to be commemorated.
    The Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879-1918 2. Please use the space below to provide a historical overview and specify fully the historical significance of the person, event, or site. Be sure to explain why this marker will have meaning for people from the whole state or country, not just from your own community. Be concise. Do not exceed the space provided. The Indian Industrial School at Carlisle PA was founded October 6, 1879 with the arrival of the first Native American Indian children from the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Sioux Agencies. Educating Indians was intended to "solve the Indian Problem" through assimilation - very well and frequently expressed sentiment of the policymakers and reformers. The experiment expanded from those first 78 recruits to over 10,700 students before the school was closed in 1918. These children came from over 145 American Indian nations. The brainstorm of Richard Henry Pratt, former Cavalry officer who had worked with Buffalo Soldiers and Indian scouts during the Indian Wars, Carlisle became the first off-reservation boarding school exclusively for Indian children. Pratt's mission is often described as "Kill the Indian, Save the Man" as he likened his assimilationist policies to the analogy of Christian baptism. "In Indian civilization I am a Baptist, because I believe in immersing the Indians in our civilization and when we get them under holding them there until they are thoroughly soaked."

    79. Pennsylvania Dutch
    Another very famous school was the Westtown boarding School in PA. A largewriteup can be found in the State Annals of pennsylvania, 1843.
    Quaker/Pennsylvania Dutch Quaker, or Philadelphia type needlework, denoted the fine work done from the better dame schools, such as the Bethlehem School of the Moravians. Young ladies were encouraged to learn the finest points and techniques of sewing, as well as cooking and appreciating the fine arts. Another very famous school was the Westtown Boarding School in PA. A large write-up can be found in the State Annals of Pennsylvania, 1843. It was established in 1794 to promote the teaching of pious living in its students along with classes in embroidery, and "the usual branches of an English and Classical education." One of the earliest known samplers from this school is by Elizabeth Rowland, with the date done in very neatly sewn roman numerals: MDCCCIII. A signature mark of this school is the classic vine and leaf scroll border used on virtually every sampler made there, and Ms. Rowland's is no exception. Susanna Cox left behind a sampler she had done dated 1802. There is no "J" following the "I" on her sampler, indicating that it was finished around or prior to 1800 when these two letters were still interchangeable. Martha Heuling, of Moorestown, NJ, made a lovely sampler in 1809 and has a portrait of the school centered on the front. There are deer frolicking below an unreadable verse which is embroidered within a square-shaped vine at the top.

    80. Bellefonte DAR
    Some members are nonresident members and live elsewhere in pennsylvania or in other Oneof these is the Tamassee DAR School, a boarding school for up to 80
    National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
    Bellefonte Chapter, Bellefonte, PA Centre County Court House

    Bellefonte, PA
    Bellefonte is the County Seat of of Centre County. In the 19th century Centre County was the home of many distinguished lawyers and politicians. From 1823 to 1894 Centre County had 12 candidates nominated for governor on various tickets.
    Our Chapter History:
    Bellefonte Chapter was founded on October 10, 1895 in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Our charter members include Mary McAllister Beaver, the wife of Pennsylvania Governor General James A. Beaver, and Mrs. Jane Irvin Shaw Thompson, a daughter-in-law of Moses Thompson who, together with General James Irvin, were the benefactors of the Farmers High School, later Pennsylvania State University. Bellefonte Chapter has two Real Daughters, Elizabeth Evans Reese (1813-1910), a daughter of Eleazer Evans, and Mary Allison Rishel (1821-1912), a daughter of Matthew R. Allison. Each of these women was a first generation daughter of a Patriot.
    Bellefonte, Pennsylvania is home to four Governors of Pennsylvania: William Bigler (1814 - 1880), elected in 1857; Andrew Curtin (1819 - 1894), the "Civil War" Governor; James Beaver (1837 - 1914) elected in 1886; and Daniel Hastings (1849-1903), elected in 1894; and two Governors of other states: John Bigler (1805-1871), brother of William, elected Governor of California in 1857 and Robert J. Walker (1801-1869), appointed Governor of the Territory of Kansas in 1857.

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