He lived to a good old age, a Christian gentleman of the old school.
The "gentleman of the old school" did not answer immediately.
Men of the old school, the few who remain, are loyal, ardently loyal.
He was a master at the dear old school from 1907, or thereabouts.
The more I see of life the more convinced I am of the greatness of the old school.
They had been old school companions and rivals in their girlish days.
One of the old school, but not the less delightful to you and me.
The letter was sent first to the school,—the dear old school!
But I belong to the old school, and I still build mine in the air.
He was of the old school of Persian culture and knew not a word of English.