Manter Hall School

Manter Hall School was a private prep school located in Cambridge, Massachusetts that existed between 1884 and 1996.wikipedia
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Joseph P. Kennedy II

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Manter Hall's most famous alumni were Joseph P. Kennedy II (Class of 1971), a former Congressman, and Tenley Albright ('58), the first American female skater to win an Olympic gold medal.
That night, he was on a Secret Service presidential fleet aircraft to Los Angeles with his sister Kathleen and brother Robert Jr. A restless, impulsive teenager, he left Milton Academy, a private, college preparatory school, in Milton, Massachusetts, later graduating from the Manter Hall School—also a private, college-preparatory school—in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1971.

Harvard Student Agencies

Before his death, Hall came to understand the unique educational opportunities Harvard Student Agencies (HSA) afforded to Harvard undergraduates and decided to sell the property to HSA in the spring of 1996.
HSA Headquarters is located at 67 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA, in the former Manter Hall School building which was built in 1927.

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Manter Hall School was a private prep school located in Cambridge, Massachusetts that existed between 1884 and 1996.

Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Manter Hall School was a private prep school located in Cambridge, Massachusetts that existed between 1884 and 1996.

Harvard College

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Founded in 1884 by William W. Nolen (Harvard, Class of 1884) as Nolen's Tutoring School, the original mission of the school was to tutor Harvard undergraduates to prepare them for mid-term and final examinations.

Tenley Albright

Manter Hall's most famous alumni were Joseph P. Kennedy II (Class of 1971), a former Congressman, and Tenley Albright ('58), the first American female skater to win an Olympic gold medal.

Secondary school

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By 1932, the school was tutoring secondary school students who had failed the Harvard entrance exam.

World War II

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During World War II, the school focused on helping aviation cadets pass Harvard's entrance exam.

Dyslexia

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Because of Halls' interest in dyslexia, the school implemented a diagnostic reading test in the 1950s.

Let's Go (book series)

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The building was dedicated as Burke-McCoy Hall on February 5, 1997, and became the permanent home for HSA the Let's Go travel guide series.

Harvard Crimson

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Class sizes were from "four or five to a maximum of ten or twelve," according to owner Hall in a 1975 Harvard Crimson interview, which enabled teachers to give students special attention.