Colleges: Coming of Age at Six

A college that has grown from vacant lot to excellence in just six years last week won full accreditation. At the earliest opportunity that its rules permit, the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools accredited Florida Presbyterian College, a school that has not only set bright students to working with bright professors in new ways but has also embellished the concept of the church-connected school.

Florida Presbyterian began as a dream in the head of William Kadel, pastor of Orlando's First Presbyterian Church. Assigned by the Board of Christian Education of...

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