Stuart Hall

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... Jeremy Beadle (debut) 11 September John Rawling Dickie Davies Eleanor Oldroyd Stuart Hall (debut) 18 September Steve Bunce Kriss Akabusi (debut) Greg Brady Sean ...
Stuart Hall High School
... Stuart Hall High School is a college-preparatory high school located in San Francisco's Pacific Heights district ... Stuart Hall opened in the fall of 2000 ... of the Sacred Heart High School, Convent Elementary, and Stuart Hall for Boys, is part of the Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco, which in turn is part of the international Schools of the Sacred Heart ...
Hall (surname) - S
... Sam Hall (born 1921), American screenwriter Sam B ... Hall (1924–1994), American politician Sam Hall (diver) (born 1937), former member of the Ohio House of Representatives Samuel Carter Hall (1800–1889), Irish. 1945), American martial artist Skip Hall, former American football coach for Boise State University Spencer Timothy Hall (1812–1885), English writer and ...
Stuart Hall - Institutions
... Stuart Hall School, private girls' school in Staunton, Virginia, USA Stuart Hall High School, boys' school in San Francisco, USA Stuart Hall Building, Kansas City, Missouri ...
Stuart Hall School - Current Operations
... Stuart Hall is a private boarding and day school ... In 2008-2009 Stuart Hall merged with the local private elementary school Hunter McGuire School ... Stuart Hall now serves students in grades PK-12 ...

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