Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1936
Walden Pell II
The fourth report given to the Board of Trustees on the state of the School by Walden Pell II, at the end of the School's sixth year.

Enrollment at 85 boys; tuition system in place. SAS graduates doing well in college.

Gymnasium, Maintenance Building, Master's House, Main Building addition built due to the Founder's largesse. Plans for use of the new addition relayed (roll of the Harkness table discussed): Library, Art Room, Dining Hall enlarged, Science laboratories,

Contains details on campus landscaping and grounds construction, the Pension Fund, curriculum changes (art and music courses added), student activities, clubs, entertainments. Reverend John Large hired as Chaplain. Finding opportunities for the boys to speak publicly is encouraged. Athletic endeavors included the Dedication of the Gym, wrestling, squash, sailing at the Interscholastic races in Cape Cod, skating, swimming, life-saving, intra-mural basketball, winning the Hopkins-Lawson trophy and crew's King Cup. Reports on student health and demerits, faculty and their families. Dorothy Welton's stewardship of the Library is reported on, as is the religious life of the School. Anonymous questionnaire on devotional practices given to the boys and results reported on.

Looking forward, 100 boys can be accommodated with completion of addition.