The School for Apprentices of The Lake side Press is a pioneer in vocational education in the printing industry and has'obtained an international reputation. Boys are appren ticed as they graduate from grammar school; the first two years they spend half their time in the schoolroom and half in the factory. The school work includes academic as well as trade instruction. The following five years they work full time in the factory, with the exception of four hours a week during which they continue to receive academic and trade instruction in the School. Three classes have now finished their full apprenticeship, and as this volume goes to press there are more than fifty graduates, all of whom are workmen of more than usual skill and efficiency, through out the various departments.