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Dick Slagle is Holden's roommate at Elkton Hills School.
Holden had been in - and failed out of - several prep schools, that he called "The Whooton School", and "Elkton Hills", and at the start of the book, he is in the process of failing out of "Pency Prep". The school names are fictitious, though "Pency Prep" is a thinly disguised version of Valley Forge Military.
No. Just a fancy-sounding name for a school Salinger picked out to covey how Holden was always very privileged and went to expensive schools.
He says that he was "surrounded by phonies".
Holden said " One of the biggest reasons why I left Elkon Hills was because I was surrounded by phonies."
Academies Holden Caulfield was kicked out of in the J.D. Salinger classic Catcher in the Rye.
Holden believed that everyone was a phony. The principal, Mr. Haas, at Elkton Hills school would always go around during parent conferences and talk to all of the parents for a lengthy amount of time but if your parents were funny looking he'd barely give them the time of day. Holden said it drove him crazy, it made him so depressed he'd go crazy.
because of flunking class and passing only one class
Saint Mary's Academy, an all girl private school in Chery Hills Village, Colorado.
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, public schools In the 7th grade he transferred to a private college preparatory school.
No but you'll find that 95% of the people there are much more wealthy than most other private schools. They range from wealthy to extremely rich. So it is as sheltered and as academically sound as any other Private High School or better.
The duration of Private Chefs of Beverly Hills is 3600.0 seconds.