Education: To College?

In The Hill School at Pottstown, Pa., are 425 boys. Presumably each wants to go to college. And the parents of each have, presumably, planned a college career for their offspring. For The Hill, great Eastern preparatory school, sends annual quotas of competently trained students to Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Amherst, Williams. . . .

But what if the young new Headmaster of The Hill, James I. Wendell (TIME, Sept. 24) should say to a parent: "Our records seem to indicate that your son should not go to...

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