In a U.S. School: A Homecoming

The 30 alumni and alumnae of Brent School, in the Philippine mountain city of Baguio, were in for some cultural shocks. Having traveled 7,000 or 8,000 miles to celebrate the 75th anniversary of a school most of them had not seen for more than 40 years, they found something quite different from the tight little American island they had once known.

The old buildings were still there, still painted cream and green, and pine trees still cover much of the campus. But new buildings accommodate a student body that has more than tripled in size....

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