Local Practices: Bellflower Township High School, Illinois
by E. S. Simmonds - 1926
Bellflower, the small high school represented in this chapter, is located in McLean County in the fertile agricultural section of central Illinois. At the edge of the little village of scarcely five hundred inhabitants is the Township High School, whose average enrollment is ninety students. The village furnishes about twenty of this number, while the remaining seventy come from the surrounding countryside. This institution is strictly rural and serves its community, not only as a high school, but also as a recreational center, library, and museum.
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