Flint School e-Museum

The School & Philosophy

The 4thR's Method
yellowball.gif (923 bytes)  "Adults Only Insert" - was an early and candid explanation George's philosophy about educating children from 1968.
greenball.gif (931 bytes)  The 4thR's Method Explained was a pamphlet sent to parents of prospective cadets. 
blueball.gif (946 bytes)  Trait School (or Trade School) - a motivational pamphlet to prospective cadets
purpleball.gif (949 bytes)  A Short Course in Educational Philosophy summarizes the school's theme.
redball.gif (927 bytes)  Data Cards - A technique to program adolescents with the correct attitutes (Requires PowerPoint 97 - 35KB)
orangeball.gif (927 bytes)  4thR - One of Georges favorite lectures - Lecture #25 on propaganda.
yellowball.gif (923 bytes)  "Human Architecture" - the handout
greenball.gif (931 bytes)  We had rank modeled on the Naval system and were given a Seamanship Manual  to track it.
blueball.gif (946 bytes)  Fiscal Responsiblity and our Grub Stake & Inheritance Practice
purpleball.gif (949 bytes)  Quarterly Report Cards that measured all and September testing
 
Favorite Flint School Literature
redball.gif (927 bytes)   Rudyard Kipling's Peom IF
orangeball.gif (927 bytes)   Ayn Rand's political pamphlet - Textbook of Americanism
yellowball.gif (923 bytes)   Books to read for Book Report credit
purpleball.gif (949 bytes)   Tom Smith's Incredible Bread Machine Poem
blueball.gif (946 bytes)   The Holidays - Another meaning! & Other Additions
greenball.gif (931 bytes)   The Hard-Money Newsletters

The Philosophies Today
greenball.gif (931 bytes)   ObjectivismAyn Rand Institute, Full Context Newsletter, Hypocrisy,
greenball.gif (931 bytes)   Libertarian crowd: Cato Institute, National Party, Laizze-fare books
blueball.gif (946 bytes)   The Hard-Money Investment / Doomsday Newsletter Crowd 
            HarrySchultz, Free NewsLetter Samples, HS Story, HSL

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Captain/Director George Stoll considered the ships to be a refuge from the chaos and insanity of the outside world and/or our homes.   (Picture taken just after Christmas Break 1980 -  Bob Barrie, P.K.Stevens & George Tregea.)