Brigham Young University. Secondary Training School

The Secondary Training School was organized in 1922. It served as a preparatory school for those in junior and senior high school, covering all grades after the first six. Students enrolled in the training school had access to the University services, including the use of the libraries, gymnasiums, laboratories, shops, athletic fields, auditorium, etc. Principals included: William H. Boyle (1922-1926), A.C. Lambert (1926-1928), Edgar M. Jensen (1928-1936), G.L. Woolf (1936-1946), A. John Clarke (1946-1950), Wayne L. Sorenson (1950-1953).


Established: 1922

Abolished: 1955

Location: Provo, Utah (1922-1955)



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