Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_M - Mississippi Boarding Schools Bookstore
Page 4     61-80 of 94    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Mississippi Boarding Schools:     more detail
  1. Schools in Mississippi: Boarding Schools in Mississippi, Elementary Schools in Mississippi, High Schools in Mississippi
  2. Boarding Schools in Mississippi: Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, Saint Stanislaus College
  3. Piney Woods School continues tradition of excellence.(education): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by George McNeill, 2005-04-04
  4. Agricultural high school dormitories of Mississippi (Bulletin / Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station) by Dorothy Dickins, 1931
  5. Mississippi 1860 U.S. census, index: Indexing heads of households, and all others with a different surname, within said household, including hotels, boarding ... railroad camps, schools, military posts, etc by Kathryn Rose Bonner, 1983

61. Study In The USA - Featured Programs
Information Find a Program Resource Guide boarding schools, SchoolEF InternationalLanguage schools Featured SchoolELS Thomas mississippi Back to Top Featured
Languages Korean Portuguese Arabic Chinese English Farsi French German Hebrew Indonesian Italian Japanese Korean Polish Portuguese Russian Spanish Swedish Thai Turkish Vietnamese
Featured Schools - All Programs
These programs have information in English Japanese Spanish Portuguese Chinese Korean Arabic Farsi French German Hebrew Indonesian Italian Polish Russian Swedish Thai Turkish Vietnamese Click on a state or scroll down to see the list of schools:
Multiple Locations Back to Top
American Consortium of Universities
American InterContinental University
The Art Institutes
ASPECT International Language Academies
Berkeley College, International Division
The Consortium of University and College Intensive English Programs
Converse International School of Languages EF International Language Schools ELS Language Centers Kaplan Educational Centers, International Admissions The Princeton Review Test Preparation Courses Services to Students Back to Top American Association of Intensive English Programs California Campus Tours Essay Edge Health and Travel Insurance - Loans for International Students -

62. Associations:NA - Page 2 Of 3
group of independent boarding schools in Pennsylvania or independent high schoolslocated throughout mississippi Private schools Association Member schools with
zfp=-1 About Education Private Schools Search in this topic on About on the Web in Products Web Hosting
Private Schools
with Robert Kennedy
Your Guide to one of hundreds of sites Home Articles Forums ... Help zmhp('style="color:#fff"') Subjects ESSENTIALS Schools in Major Cities Schools Listed By State OneStop Resource For Choosing A School ... All articles on this topic Stay up-to-date!
Subscribe to our newsletter.
Advertising Free Credit Report
Free Psychics

Associations: North American
Guide picks Previous Next
The Friends Council on Education

FCE "is an organization that serves Quaker education by advising and consulting with schools about their work as Friends institutions." Georgia Association of Christian Schools
"The Association lists a membershipof over seventy schools with a total membership of more than 12,000 students." Georgia Association of Independent Schools Directory of private schools in the state of Georgia. Many useful links and other information. Greater Hartford Area Independent School Association "G.H.A.I.S.A. was established in order to inform interested individuals about the admissions process for independent schools in the greater Hartford region." Hawaii Association of Independent Schools "Member schools span the educational spectrum from affiliate preschools to post-secondary schools with missions ranging from college preparatory to specialized educational services."

63. Associations:NA - Page 3 Of 3
Engine The Association of boarding schools provides a of Colleges and schools (SACS)within Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, mississippi, North Carolina
zfp=-1 About Education Private Schools Search in this topic on About on the Web in Products Web Hosting
Private Schools
with Robert Kennedy
Your Guide to one of hundreds of sites Home Articles Forums ... Help zmhp('style="color:#fff"') Subjects ESSENTIALS Schools in Major Cities Schools Listed By State OneStop Resource For Choosing A School ... All articles on this topic Stay up-to-date!
Subscribe to our newsletter.
Advertising Free Credit Report
Free Psychics

Associations: North American
Guide picks Previous
National Catholic Educational Association

"The largest private professional association in the world, its 200,000 members serve over 7.6 million students in preschools, elementary and secondary schools, parish catechetical/religious education programs, diocesan offices, colleges, universities and seminaries." National Coalition of Girls Schools
Listing of girls' schools in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. National Independent Private Schools Association "There are many associations for educators, but only one for educators who are also entrepreneurs: NIPSA, the National Independent Private Schools Association." New Jersey Association of Independent Schools NJAIS serves independent elementary and secondary schools in the Garden State.

64. Mississippi School Links
mississippi schools. Girls' Day schools. There are no schools in mississippithat meet these requirements. Girls' boarding schools.
Girls' Day Schools
  • There are no schools in Mississippi that meet these requirements.
Girls' Boarding Schools
  • There are no schools in Mississippi that meet these requirements.
Gifted and Talented Schools
  • All Saints' Episcopal School


65. Lessons From Abroad - Policy Review - Nov.-Dec. '96 - Heritage
are talking about the value of boarding schools for poor say we need more residentialschools like Piney Woods Country Life School in mississippi, Boys Town in
November-December 1996, Number 80
Shalom for At-Risk Youth
By Heidi Goldsmith Americans across the political spectrum are talking about the value of boarding schools for poor children from broken families and violent neighborhoods. They say we need more residential schools like Piney Woods Country Life School in Mississippi, Boys Town in Nebraska, and the Milton Hershey School, Girard College, and Scotland School for Veterans' Children in Pennsylvania. Despite their troubled families and neighborhoods, the vast majority of students from these schools graduate and go on to college, the military, or jobs. The major barriers to opening new residential schools are high costs and scarce funds. Annual per-student costs range from around $22,000 at Piney Woods, Girard, and the Job Corps, to $45,000 at others. The creators of a few residential charter schools on the drawing board anticipate annual costs of approximately $26,000 per student.
Instead of "experts" with degrees in counseling, Israeli youth villages hire positive role models for troubled teens
Israel's network of 70 children and youth villages offers a model for successful and modestly priced residential schools. Residential education is more widely available in Israel than anywhere else: About 7 percent of Israeli youth attend these schools, at a cost of $6,500 to $9,000 per year. Israel's system comprises child-centered communities for "normal" children who have troubled home environments. The message to the students is, "What your family cannot provide you, the community will."

for small neighborhood schools as well as several boarding schools to accommodate Withinten years of removal from mississippi, the Choctaws had virtually
An Endangered Native-American National Historic Landmark
By Barbara Asbill and
Louis Coleman
Native Stories and Their Keepers: Telling the Public
Sequoyah Research Center Symposium
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
November 15-17, 2001
In far southeastern Oklahoma, in what was once the exclusive domain of the sovereign Native-American tribe of Choctaws, stands the remains of a National Historic Landmark which has been declared one of America's Most Endangered Historic Properties by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It is the Wheelock Academy , owned by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and now the object of intensive efforts to achieve its restoration and preservation for return to some beneficial use. The special significance of this historic property lies in its status as the only surviving physical symbol of the Choctaw commitment to the education of their young, a commitment which began almost two centuries ago in their ancestral homeland in the East. The Choctaws, one of the so-called Five Civilized Tribes, had lived peacefully for centuries in what is now the southeastern section of the United States. With the arrival of the Europeans on the North American continent in the Sixteenth Century, the life-style and culture of these tribes was threatened with dramatic change.

67. Agriscape Free Classifieds Miscellaneous
No. Jan 14, 2003, boarding schools, varies, , -, Other, No. Jan13, 2003, Work@Home for Excellent Pay, 0, mississippi, India, Sell,No. Jan

68. Doing Your Homework
Arizona, Illinois, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas. Arkansas, Indiana, mississippi,North Dakota, Utah. boarding schools, About.Com. More School Information
To get the teaching job you want, you must have up-to-date information about the schools to which you apply. For more information about what you need to know and how to use it to your advantage, click on our Job Search Services page, or read How to Get the Teaching Job You Want The sites below can get you started. Public School Report Cards Alabama Hawaii Massachusetts New Mexico ... Texas Arkansas Indiana Mississippi North Dakota Utah ... Kansas Montana Oklahoma Virginia Connecticut Kentucky ... Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia Florida Maine ... Wyoming Private School and International Information Private School Locator (National Center for Education Statistics Catholic Schools Association of Independent Schools in New England Lutheran Schools ... About.Com More School Information National Center for Education Statistics (Kids' page, but useful) School Report National Center for Education Statistics (More information) School Match ... Web 66

69. Dog Training Schools, Dog Trainers, Dog Training
Find A Service In Your Area Dog Training schools boarding Kennels Breeders ListVet Clinics Grooming Shops Humane Societies. Alabama. mississippi.

New Products
Join Mail List Bookmark Page Dog Training, Dog Training Schools, Dog Trainers, Dog Obedience Dog Training Clubs and Agility Training The list below contains information on Dog Training, Dog Training Schools, Dog Trainers, Dog Obedience Clubs, Agility Training, Agility Clubs, Retriever Training, Retriever Clubs, Fly Ball Training, Fly Ball Clubs, Frisbee Training, Frisbee Clubs, Herding Dog Training, Herding Clubs, Police Dog Training, Schutzhund Training and Protection Dog Training. The Leash Connection offers three ways to save money - Low Prices, Quantity Discounts and our program on most of our products which all adds up to savings for you.
Air Dog Toys

Bark Collar

Brass Snaps

... For Sale Abbeville, South Carolina - Horse Property - Farm Land - Kennel Property Table of Contents This page contains information on dog training classes in your area. The information is cataloged by states.
Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... United Kingdom If you would like your school, club or dog training business listed please fill out the form completely. Don't forget to add your e-mail address and URL if applicable.

70. 37-27-19. Standards Of Schools.
outlined for the specific purposes of encouraging farm life in mississippi and acquiringa (n) Each girl boarding in the dormitory of these schools must do
As Amended
SEC. 37-27-19. Standards of schools.
The main purpose for an agricultural high school being to teach theoretical and practical agriculture and home economics, and to be a real service to the farmers of the county, any school failing to come up to the following standards shall be dropped from the list of approved agricultural high schools by the state board of education:
(a) Each school shall own and operate a dairy sufficiently large to furnish milk and butter necessary for use in the dormitories.
(b) Each school shall own and operate an approved poultry farm with one or more breeds of chickens, the minimum of which shall be one hundred hens.
(c) There shall be in every school a model orchard with a minimum of one acre demonstrating correct methods of planting, cultivating, pruning and propagation of orchard plants.
(d) There shall be in every school a model garden sufficiently large to furnish vegetables to the boarders. The minimum acreage for vegetables and truck crops shall be one acre for each twenty boarders.
(e) A sufficient number of pure-bred hogs shall be kept for teaching and demonstrating purposes.

71. Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted
Interestingly, Piney Woods Academy, a black prep school in rural mississippi knownfor academic rigor and Like it or not, boarding schools are making a comeback

said Andy Mullins, executive assistant to the University of mississippi chancellorand hundred years of sending kids out of state to boarding schools, he said




Special Reports
Tour The C-L

Dec. 21, 1999
Delta schools search for answers
  • Poor performance, lack of funding nothing new, educator says By Cathy Hayden
    Clarion-Ledger Staff Writer
    But as Delta educators such as Thomas Edwards know, it's not that simple. At 51, the Delta born, bred and educated Edwards is superintendent of the 2,200-student district in Indianola, the heart of the Delta. He has clean, well-maintained buildings. He has any number of enthusiastic teachers leading students through well-planned lessons. He has students who are quiet, polite and attentive, all impeccably dressed in khaki and navy blue uniforms. The picture of Edwards' hard-working, conscientious students and teachers is hard to reconcile with dismal test scores. Their test scores are too low to meet state accreditation standards, and the district is accredited Level 1, probation. His Sunflower County district is typical of the Delta, where year after year the majority of public schools perform academically at the bottom in the state. "The problems we're talking about today were here 40 years ago," said Reggie Barnes, who after six years as West Tallahatchie schools superintendent is thinking it's about time to change jobs.
  • 73. SCHOOLS
    were sent to more advanced schools in mississippi In 1903 when mississippi Choctawswere given allotments neighborhood school, but began boarding Indian girls
    "First day at school" by Norma Howard
    “The subject of education may be termed the great subject among the Choctaws.’ – Ebenezer Hotchin,
    CHOCTAW Armstrong Academy Bethlehem , under way in 1843 when Samuel WORCESTER, a Choctaw, was in charge of 12 males and 1 female. Boggy Depot, for Freedmen, 1874, supported by Baptist Mission Board. Destroyed by fire in 1875. Chuala Female Seminary , 1842, , a female seminary near Doaksville, under Cyrus KINGSBURY, a Presbyterian missionary sent by the ABCFM, and Ebenezer HOTCHKIN. Girls made a large quantity of clothing for the boys at Spencer Academy. Taught by Miss ARMS, MESSERS, WILSON, POTTS and H.G. RIND. Mr. GREGORY was a missionary. In 1843 a report listed 36 students, 19 mixed bloods and the rest full Choctaws. Only 6 spoke English. Hotchkins died in 1867. Harriet GOULDING taught there 10 1/2 years. Fort Coffee Academy , an abandoned military post on the Arkansas five miles from Skullyville, opened 1842. Superintendents were the Rev. John HARRELL and the Rev. William H. GOODE, Methodist clergyman. also Henry C. BENSON. In 1852, the academy boys were “prostrated with measles in their worst form. They all, however, partially recovered when whooping-cough, pneumonia and the flux followed. Fifteen of the pupils died and the school was suspended.” Boys here wore clothing made for them by girls at New Hope Seminary six miles away. Students were instructed in spelling, reading, arithmetic, geography, English grammar, chemistry, algebra, geometry and Latin grammar. The school was burned by raiding Union Indians from across the Arkansas; other buildings were used for barracks or refugee quarters and the rest fell into decay. George T. LINCOLN was in "possession" of the Fort Coffee Academy in autumn 1876. Rev. E.R. SHAPARD was susperintendent in 1877. Beloved teachers were Miss LOCHI and her sister Miss Dora RANKIN and are namesakes of many Choctaw girls. Rev. Edward A. GRAY arrived to be superintendent in 1883.

    74. St. Stanislaus College Prep - Peterson's In-Depth Description
    of Colleges and schools, and the mississippi High School Activities Association.It holds membership in The Association of boarding schools (TABS), the

    75. National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month
    Moundbuilders, but also explains their commercial trade along the mississippi andtheir suppression of Indian languages and the use of boarding schools to try
    This site focuses on links that answer the most commonly asked questions about people, events and places, and important documents in Native American history. These questions have been sifted from the thousands asked of librarians in the Montgomery County Libraries over the years. You will notice that there is more emphasis on individual tribes and also on collective and individual biographies. This is because we get many school assignment questions, and they are often approached from the perspective of the tribe or an important individual. Primary Source material Especially useful for elementary school assignments
    This Day in North American Indian History
    This site "archives thousands of historical events which happened to or affected the indigenous peoples of North America." You can look only at the current month and next month, however. There is drop down menu which allows you to link to tribal names and their meanings and also Native American calendaring under "Moons." Created by the author of a book by the same name. Chronology of the Plains Indians
    A chronology of the Plains Indians from pre-1795 to 1890. Entries are concise and informative and links off the timeline are well chosen.

    76. College Of The Holy Cross | Career Planning
    Online Directory of 300 boarding schools, plus a the city's most underperformingschools, receiving salary mississippi Teaching Corps - Two year program for
    Career Planning Home Services for Students Services for Graduates Services for Employers ... Career Resources

    Teaching Resources via the Internet
    Online Teaching Resources Boarding Schools Online:
    Directory of 300 boarding schools, plus a searchable database of
    over 1000 private schools. Peterson's Private School Directory
    Online directory of private schools. National Association of Independent Schools
    List of schools with year long intern programs.

    77. Academy Of The Sacred Heart PK-12 Day And Boarding School For Girls In Grand Cot
    Students have attended network schools in Australia There are 31 boarding studentsenrolled in are residents of Louisiana, Texas, mississippi, Mexico, Venezuela
    The School The Academy of the Sacred Heart is member of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools. The network consists of twenty-one educational institutions in the United States. The schools are owned by the Society of the Sacred Heart, an order founded by Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat in 1800. As a member of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools in the United States, the Academy commits itself to educating young women, with a focus on educating the whole child, in a personal and active faith in God
    a deep respect for intellectual values
    a social awareness which impels to action
    the building of community as a Christian value
    personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom T he Academy was first established in 1821 and is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the oldest continuously operating Sacred Heart school in the world. The Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau is accredited by the
    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
    Louisiana State Department of Education
    Independent Schools Association of the Southwest

    and is a member of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools , and other professional associations.

    78. - Abouttime Magazine 11-30-1995 Pp PG, 'Black Boarding
    eLibrary is the subscription based online library for fun or research. Find out more about securing your guaranteed Free 7day trial with your credit card and retrieve ' - abouttime Magazine 11-30-1995 pp PG, 'Black boarding schools The

    79. Education Associations
    International Study Association on Teacher Thinking (ISATT). MidwestBoarding schools Association. mississippi Private School Association.
    education NY Wired Home Education Home Search NY Wired Site Map Education Associations American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) ... World Association for Cooperative Education

    80. Preserving The Past The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Has
    Native American boarding school program We send our kids to Oklahoma and Mississippibecause we Seminoles do not have any boarding schools .There are
    Preserving the Past The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Has Much To Share To give our readers a better idea of what's available at the Center, over the next few months CLAS notes will feature a series of short excerpts from Oral History transcripts. Similarly, in 1999, to celebrate Florida's bicentennial, all New York Times-owned Florida newspapers (including the Gainesville Sun) will feature bi-weekly excerpts from Center holdings. Interviewer: Tom King
    Interviewee: Seminole Indian Billy Cypress.
    Date: October 1, 1972
    Cypress was born in 1943 on the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41). After attending public schools in south Florida, he graduated from Stetson University and later completed graduate work at Arizona State University. He served in the US Army and taught public school for several years. At the time of this interview, he had just begun working for BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) coordinating the Seminole boarding school program. Since that time, he has held a number of positions with the Seminole tribe and currently serves as executive director of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum located on the Big Cypress reservation. On Seminoles and education:
    After the wars [Seminole Wars, final war ended in 1858] Seminoles...kept to themselves. They had their own way of life and education. This was fine for the...why should they go out into a foreign country and be trained or go to school? That was their school for their culture; we have our own school for our culture, too. So white man's school was taboo, and there were tribal punishments for people. In fact right here in Hollywood, Dania Reservation, the first people who went to school were very ostracized and ridiculed.

    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

    Page 4     61-80 of 94    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

    free hit counter