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New Founders Hall
An endowed school offering progressive studies preparatory to agricultural, business, scientific and academic colleges, with practical work for pupils who do not intend to enter college. The provision of one instructor to every ten pupils insures individual attention. All pupils share in the useful labor of the school. Careful attention is given to personal habits, good manners and the spirit of hospitality. Much of the management of the school is in the hands of a Student Council, elected entirely by the pupils, and every effort is made to cultivate self-reliance and individual initiative. The near vicinity of Hartford affords rare advantages in medical attendance and opportunities to hear good music.
Dormitories and Dining Hall
The school buildings are all new and fireproof. Founders Hall, completed in 1916, contains chapel with three-manual organ, library, study, laboratories, class-rooms, music studio and offices. It has indirect electric light, steam heat and modern ventilating system. Large, airy gymnasium, two athletic fields, hockey pond and Farmington river afford facilities for all sports. The school farm of 175 acres provides a laboratory for agricultural work, and milk and cream produced under ideal conditions. The investment in buildings and grounds is upward of $750,000, yet an endowment of $2,500,000 permits a rate of $500 a year. Several scholarships are available for especially deserving pupils.
N. H. BATCHELDER, A. M., Headmaster, Loomis Institute Windsor, Conn.
Situated in a famous New England town. Campus of 23 acres, with grove, tennis courts and athletic fields. Modern buildings containing studios, laboratories, library, art gallery, audience hall gymnasium and infirinary. Established reputation in educational circles for scholarship and character Long, successful history. Modern spirit and methods.