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parochial school

noun as in religious school

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The District’s new health guidance also requires the school system and every private and parochial school to submit a plan to the superintendent’s office detailing how they will reopen schools while adhering to health guidance.

Cooper pinpoints parochial schools as reopening while still serving a socioeconomically diverse student body.

I was in a parochial school, so I didn’t have some of the bureaucratic constraints that sometimes shape educators’ experience in the city.

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After years at the head of a parochial school classroom, he could no longer distinguish one blond Irish Catholic kid from another.

Or they're stumping up for parochial school tuition, which their counterparts in Minneapolis don't have to do.

Jrgen Nilson had taught parochial school in Norway for twenty-nine years and continued to do so here for many years.

They first came to Koshkonong, where the former taught parochial school for two years.

A notable incident of the demonstration was the reception by the children of the parochial school.

In very large numbers of cases the parochial school is chosen.

The Regal High was but a short distance from the parochial school.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to parochial school, such as: church-related school, church school, convent school, and denominational school.

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