By Sharon Snyder
Los Alamos Historical Society
In the 25 years of the Los Alamos Ranch School’s existence, more than 550 boys came to the Pajarito Plateau as students and/or summer campers. Almost all of them went on to earn college degrees and make contributions to their chosen communities and, in many cases, to the nation.
The last four boys to graduate from the ranch school in late January of 1943 went on to make the school proud, and they epitomize the young men who were our “LARS boys.”
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