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List of preparatory schools from which no inforniation has been received.
Borkeley Gymnasium. Longmont, Colo...
ougmont College. Odway, Dak..
The Methodist Üniversity. Chicago, Ill.
Park Institute (preparatory department). Chicago, Ill. (Wheeler Hall, Washing Whoeler School for Boys.
ton Boulevard). Chicago, IL. (103 Ashland avo.).. Yale School. Jacksonville, Ill..
Whipple Academy. Garden Grove, Iowa.
St. John's Acadomy. Hallowell, Me
Hallowell Classical and Scientific Academy. Boston, Magg..
English High School. Boston, Mass.
Private Classical School. Monson, Mass...
Monson Academy. Quincy, Mass
Adams Academy. Shelburne Falls, Mass..
Pratt's English and Classical School for Boys. Springfield, Mass..
Springfield Collegiate Institute. Willesley, Mass...
Dana Hall School. St. Paul, Minn.
Baldwin School. Burlington. N. J
Burlington Military Collogo. Ithaca, NY
Mohegan Lake School.
Fairview Institute. Sing Siog, N. Y
Vireüm. Suspension Bridge, N. Y.
De Veaus College. Yonkors, N. Y....
The Yale School. Cleveland, Ohio.
Brooks Military Academy.
Collegiate Preparatory School foi Young Gentlemen.
The Hill School.
York Collegiate Instituto. Bristol, R.I.
Preparatory School. Orangeburgh, S. C
Sheridan's Classical School. La Grango, Tend
La Grange College. Manchester, Tenn.
Manchester College. Tullahoma, Teon..
Tullahoma College. Greenwood, Va...
Greenwood School. Midway, Va
Preparatory School. Norwood, Va.
Norwood High School and Colloge.
Memoranda to Table 29.
Tuscaloosa Male Academy.. Name changed to University Pigh School
SUPERIOR AND PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION.
1.-INSTITUTIONS FOR THE SUPERIOR INSTRUC
TION OF WOMEN.
CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS FOR SUPERIOR INSTRUCTION.
Under the general head of superior instruction are included all institutions empowered by law to confer degrees. They are colleges of liberal arts, schools of science, professional schools, and universities. Each of these classes consists of institutions differing more or less in organization, standards, and resources, yet possessing enough common characteristics to admit of logical classification. The present scheme of classification was, perhaps, better adapted to the conditions of superior instruction as they existed at the time of its adoption than to the present conditions. The revision of the scheme has been undertaken during the year, but it has not been carried far enough to justify any very marked departure from the stereotyped form under which the particulars relating to the subject have heretofore been tabulated.
TABLE 30.-Statistical summary of students in institutions for superior instruction (not
including students in preparatory departments).