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Preparatory schools

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Evanston Academy Academic, Administrative, and Campus Activities Records

 Collection
Identifier: 38/7
Abstract This series consists of general academic and administrative records of the Evanston Academy; records pertaining to Academy-sponsored extracurricular activities including records of student organizations and student publications; and clippings pertaining to the Academy, its faculty, and students. These records and clippings span the years from 1896 to 1917 but fall mainly within the years from 1906 to 1915.

Records of the Evanston Academy

 Collection
Identifier: 38/8
Abstract The records of the Evanston (Illinois) Academy (a preparatory school run by Northwestern University) consist of historical materials, correspondence, catalogs, circulars, bulletins, programs, and brochures.

Evanston Academy Student Records

 Collection
Identifier: 38/3
Abstract This series consists of academic records of students enrolled in the Evanston Academy between 1900 and 1917. It also includes a few student's records from as early as 1890.

Northwestern University Academy (1859-1917) Faculty Minute Book

 Collection — Volume 1: [35551000082835]
Identifier: 38/5
Abstract This volume records the minutes of the Northwestern University Academy faculty meetings from September 26, 1904, to June 1, 1910. The Academy, formally organized in 1859 as the Northwestern University Preparatory School, was the first secondary school in the Chicago area, and a major source of the University's students. The minutes reflect the concerns of the Academy faculty in the daily operations of the school.

Northwestern University Preparatory School Record of Standing

 Collection — Volume 1: [35551000082900]
Identifier: 38/2
Abstract The Northwestern University Preparatory School Record of Standing records the academic and deportment scores for students for the 1879-1880 school year.