Scholastic may refer to:
- Scholastic (Notre Dame publication)
- Scholastic Corporation, a global book publishing company known for publishing educational materials
- Scholasticism, a form of theology and philosophy
- School, a place of learning
- A junior member of a religious order, such as the Jesuits
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Famous quotes containing the word scholastic:
“The land is the appointed remedy for whatever is false and fantastic in our culture. The continent we inhabit is to be physic and food for our mind, as well as our body. The land, with its tranquilizing, sanative influences, is to repair the errors of a scholastic and traditional education, and bring us to just relations with men and things.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Whether the flower looks better in the nosegay than in the meadow where it grew and we had to wet our feet to get it! Is the scholastic air any advantage?”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)