Boarding Houses

Some articles on boarding houses, houses, house, boarding:

Sutton Valence School - Boarding Houses
... Upper School houses derive their names from the City of Westminster Schools Association ... House name House colour Colours Westminster Black and silver St Margarets Black and maroon Sutton Black and gold ...
Maritzburg College - Houses
... Although Maritzburg College had been a boarding school since its foundation in 1863, the school's system of sports Houses was only started in1902 ... Initially, a system of four Houses was introduced, with a fifth House – Nathan House – being introduced in 1910 ... The five sports Houses are as follows Clark's, named after the third headmaster, RD Clark (headmaster 1879-1902) Stalker's, named after Clark's long-serving senior assistant master, Rev John D Stalker (staff 1881-1902 ...
Michaelhouse - The Estate and Facilities - The Buildings - Boarding Houses
... There are eight boarding houses ... The house system was put in place by Rector Warin Bushell in 1928 ... Initially four houses were established but as the school grew the number of houses increased ...
Sherborne Girls - Houses
... The house system is primarily based on the boarding houses as most girls are boarders ... The girls are divided into seven boarding houses regardless of whether they are boarding or day pupils ... There are seven boarding houses on campus Aldhelmsted East (AE) Aldhelmsted West (AW) (Lower fourth and upper fourth ages 11 to 13) Dunholme (DH) Kenelm (K) Mulliner (M ...
Palenville, New York - History
... The famous Catskill Mountain House was also located just outside Palenville ... Roland Van Zandt, author of The Catskill Mountain House) ... With the coming of the twentieth century, the large boarding houses of the mountain top started to close their shutters, yet, Palenville and the surroundings remained a summer wonderland for the horde of ...

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