College School

Some articles on college school, school, college, colleges, schools:

Chaminade College School
... Chaminade College School is an all-boys Catholic secondary school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Society of Mary (the Marianists), the school was named for the Society's founder, Father William Joseph Chaminade ... The mandate of the school was to prepare young men for post-secondary education in a traditional Catholic secondary school environment ...
Burleigh Community College - History
... The origins of the school can be traced to the will of Bartholomew Hickling, a leading citizen of Loughborough, who in 1683 provided an endowment for a girl's school - to match the ... The Hickling School for Girls opened in 1690 and lasted until 1876 when, with the pressures of industrialisation, it became the Hickling Boy's School ... In 1917 it underwent a further change becoming a Junior Technical School, under the control of Dr Schofield's Loughborough Technical Institute (or Loughborough College as it became known ...
University Of London - Organisation and Administration - Former Colleges and Schools
... Some colleges and schools of the University of London have been amalgamated into larger colleges or left the University of London ... These include Bedford College - Inner Circle Regent's Park now part of Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (the registered Royal Charter title of Royal Holloway ... In 1978 became a science funding body Queen Elizabeth College - Campden Hill Road, Kensington now part of King's College The School of Pharmacy, University of London merged with UCL on 1 January 2012 ...
Conference Of Independent Schools Of Ontario Athletic Association - Member Schools
... Albert College Appleby College Bayview Glen School Bethany Hills School (closed) Bishop Strachan School Branksome Hall The Country Day School Crescent ... George's College St ... Andrew's College St ...

Famous quotes containing the words school and/or college:

    The school is the last expenditure upon which America should be willing to economize.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    Face your own ambivalence about letting go and you will be better able to help you children cope with their own feelings. The insight you gain through your own acceptance of change will bolster your confidence and make you a stronger college parent. The confidence you develop will be evident to your child, who will be able to move away from you without fear.
    Norman Goddam (20th century)