School in a sentence

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How to use school in a sentence. School pronunciation.

The school’s her regular home, sir.
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Although, therefore, we are unable to fix the exact period of the school’s existence, it may be satisfactory for Horncastrians to know that, in addition to the various interesting associations which we have already given as connected with the school, there is proof that before Shakespeare had composed one of his immortal plays, before Spenser had written a line of his _Faerie Queen_, before Bacon had even thought of his _Advancement of Learning_, there had existed a “seat of learning” in the small provincial town of Horncastle, which had then attained to the respectable age of more than two centuries.
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Other valuable courses of lectures were given during this early period of the school’s existence.
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Similarly valuable instruction has been given in later years, but, with diminished funds available, and classes smaller, owing doubtless to the exhaustion in some degree of the stream of candidates for instruction, compared with its flush at the outset of the school’s existence, fewer lectures on these extra subjects have been given; and instruction has been confined to more ordinary, but not less useful, work, in drawing, geometric and from models; modelling in clay, painting in water colours and oils, book-keeping, arithmetic, shorthand, French, and so forth.
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First there appeared a brass plate on the private door, with ‘Ladies’ School’ legibly engraved thereon; shortly afterwards we observed a second brass plate, then a bell, and then another bell.
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Examples of School

Example #1
They’re very quiet neighbors, and they go away in the summer usually, except Sister Theresa.
Example #2
And there’s the little chapel quite near the wall; the young minister lives there; and the gardener’s the only other man on the grounds.
Example #3
We have been accustomed to consider the foundation of William of Wykeham, at Winchester, in 1373, as one at least of our very oldest, but Horncastle Grammar School may even be of still earlier date than that.
Example #4
This mode of appointment being exceptional, was only to be valid for one year; but the Chancellorship continuing vacant, the Masters were confirmed in their positions by the Dean and Chapter, in the following year 1330, and again in 1331; and so on, in successive years.
Example #5
In the autumn of 1896 Dr. R. McLay, of Horncastle, was engaged by the Committee to give lectures in the Masonic Hall, on “First Aid to the Injured,” under the St. John’s Ambulance regulations.
Example #6
These were very instructive, and attended by a fairly numerous class of pupils.