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ls gwéu 5. The equipment must be sufiicient to properly teach the sub— p I A
fer ms jects offered.
6. The enrollment must be limited to thirty pupils for each »
provided 7. The school sentiment must be normal. ` `
S, The work must be approved as satisfactory. t
. now ou A list of accredited schools is prepared by the committee on ac- `
Imay be credited relations of the Association of Kentucky Colleges, which
o1·ClasI committee employs all sources of information as to extent and char- .
ents: eeter of work done and courses offered. In every instance the en- ‘
dursement of the State High School Supervisor is indispensable.
of study A school applying for admission to either accredited list is re-
m them quired to furnish information concerning its work on a blank form
Iumished by the Association. It is also required to sign an agree-
eww an Intuit not to make any change in its course of study which will lower A
many way the character of the work done without notification of the
mils pm. Slate Supervisor of High Schools. The list as at present constituted "
[lege ACCREDITED PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS.
Mich "“i' Class A.
eekélduiq ·`LOCATION’. NAME OF SCHOOL. SUPT. OR PRIN.
Ilexaudriap County High Miss C. E. Reiley
the sub AL“h°I¤§6 V'! Graded High J. B. Sibley
Wand L·" High School J. W. B1‘3.dn€l‘
e subjec Album V County High J. D. Spears
Augusta L/‘ High School A. J. Jolly
mmuuit m*?l’I1€ V High School J. W. Ireland `
Billing Greenlf Western Ky Normal H. H. Cherry ‘
.v_ Ming Green High School E. A. Signer
‘ €atlettsburgI/ High School J. O. Faulkner
, (Emil! City ;.· High School T. Sanford \Vil1iamS ‘
ly rcqmr (milton f High School W. F'. O’Dounell
_ [Miele 5 High School R. D. Squires
* Hu er ludvu u· High sciiooi E. L. west
UUUELOII V High School H. C. Cox
*5* i ifhiana ;.-» High school R. I. Cord ¢
be ma ‘“'E°¤ Springs l' High School J. C. Jenkins
‘*‘l¤¤ High School L. N. rayior