In my previous article, Graduation Speeches (Part 1), I proposed that valedictorian, salutatorian or student speeches given at graduations should be a primary point of judgment, or “assessment” to use the modern term, on whether a school is fulfilling its mission.
To help highlight what is possible, and what schools really can do in the modern world, I give you more of their words, directly. Here are a few more protracted examples of some excerpts from two different schools that are purposeful in their mission—one an inner-city high school that shifted its mission six years ago and is now reaping the

Praise the Lord

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