Education: High School on the Hill

The oratorical proceedings in the House Ways & Means Committee Room in the New House Office Building sounded something like a high-school commencement. In itself, that was by no means unusual, but this time there really was a high-school commencement going on inside. One night last week the senior class (13 boys) of the Capitol Page School, one of the most uncommon academies in existence, got its diplomas almost like any other senior class, with the playing of Pomp and Circumstance, a welcome by Principal Orson W. Trueworthy, an address by John W....

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