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Parents the worldwide, constantly are faced with the situation of raising a child coupled with what educational method would be best for the child. Well, let's look at the methods of education in America; there are public, private, boarding schools and military schools. Manlius was one of the top rated private military schools in America. Establish in the 1800s. Yet, in the later years of the 20th century, it had fallen on difficult times due to the Vietnam War, and a dislike for anything military tied with the incompetence of the new management of the school, Manlius failed. However, a school in Dewitt, a couple of miles from Manlius, which was a highly regarded private, non-military and a day school decided to acquire the name of and history of Manlius. Thereby, allowing the school to live and maintain its records and alumni. This brief narrative of the years I attended Manlius was just a couple of years before its demise. However, it was typical of the years that had gone before the demise. Only the cadet's names changed. The students were all from well-to-do families throughout America and the world, which boarded at the school during the school year. I expect I was not a typical student, as I was free thinker and basically a wild kid. Yet, I do describe the average life of a Manlius cadet at its peak of existence and what you would expect at such a school. The school was created by four classes of cadets. One; was goodie two shoes. Two; was the wild Bunch, Three; was just average guys and the fourth classification was all those that didn't fit into the first three. Now if you take one step back and look at how Manlius separated its cadets. It was by three companies, and a fourth company called headquarters, which was the band, in total making four categories of cadets. For some, unbeknown characteristics of each company could be applied to each class of the worldly people described above. Thus, by living your life at school, you were basically living every day the environment of the world you about to enter upon leaving school and starting your real life after Manlius. However, most of the things I did and pulled I expect someone before me had done the same. There is always one like me, and every class and every school of the country. Manlius, motto Manners Maketh Man was something a cadet kept with him all his life. As a child he entered Manlius, and graduated as a man of renown and respect, and destined for a brilliant future. This entitlement was due to what they had learned at Manlius, either by attendance of the classes or by osmosis of the environment itself.
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