The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
For The Year 1883-4
For The Year 1883-4.
One Hundrdd Pupils will be received into the first-year class. About forty boys have been already accepted. Additional candidates will be examined on September 7th. No boy lens than fourteen years old will be received. Names may be enrolled at any time by letter.
Boys who can produce records of good character and scholarship, but whose circumstances render it practically impossible for them to pay the tuition fees of the school, are invited to write the Director, or to get some friend of known high character and standing to write for them. In all such cases the occupation of the father, if living, should be given. Even when free scholarships cannot be given, such boys may at times be admitted on special reduced rates.
The next school-year will open September 10.
The following questions were used in June, 1883, in the Examination of Candidates for Admissions:—