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1928

To maintain a school with the most enlightened ideals of education, content of work and methods of teaching, where each pupil is the unit of consideration, under conditions which will serve to develop his fullest powers as an individual and as a group member.

To contribute to the community and its schools an educational laboratory, free to utilize the knowledge and wisdom of leading educators.

As a means to these ends, an effort shall be made to have students of the school represent a cross-section of American life, having various economic backgrounds and religious beliefs, and chosen for their promise in qualities of character, intelligence, responsibility, and purpose, working with the best teachers available at adequate salaries in healthful, comfortable, cultural, simple and beautiful surroundings.

To maintain in the faculty and the Board a liberal attitude towards ideas and fields of knowledge, to the end that a recognition of the search for truth and wisdom may be kept alive in the school.