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  About Us. Town and Country Symphony Orchestra (TCSO). Missouri. USA.
In July, 1987 a small group from the Brentwood Symphony Orchestra, known as the Brentwood Chamber Orchestra, combined with the Anheuser-Busch Chorale on a concert tour of England and France.
Then, in June 1994 the Brentwood Symphony was selected by the Mayor of Paris to represent Missouri celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of the Normandy Landings.
The governor of Missouri proclaimed the Brentwood Symphony Orchestra as the official Missouri representative to the Allied Musical Salute to the Liberation of France.
www.tcsomo.org /about.htm   (1076 words)

  Brentwood School (Brentwood, England) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brentwood School is a public school in Brentwood in the English county of Essex.
It was founded by Sir Antony Browne in 1568 on the site where William Hunter was burnt to death for refusing to accept the transubstantiation of bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
The school is separated into three sections: Senior School (ages 11-18), Preparatory School (ages 7-11) and Pre-Preparatory School (ages 3-7).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Brentwood_School_(Brentwood,_England)   (333 words)

 The Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School
Any Ursuline School in any part of the world has a recognisable feel about it, an ethos and style familiar to anyone who has ever taught or studied there.
True to the principles of the Ursuline Sisters who founded the school in 1900, we foster the teachings and spiritual values of the Catholic Faith together with the spirit of self-confidence and independence necessary in the modern world.
We try to be open and welcoming at all times, offering opportunities for you to become involved in the education of your daughter and in the daily life of the school.
etb.digitalbrain.com /e2bn/leas/e99/schools/etb/web   (223 words)

 Brentwood College School - Peterson's In-Depth Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brentwood College School, founded in 1923, is a university-preparatory boarding school for boys and girls in grades 8 through 12, which also enrols a limited number of day students.
While the pursuit of academic excellence is the fundamental aim of Brentwood College School, the School also places a high value on fine arts and athletic pursuits as a means to broaden its students' outlook and appreciation and build their confidence.
Brentwood College School is a member of the Independent Schools Association of British Columbia, the Canadian Association of Independent Schools, and the Headmasters' Conference.
www.petersons.com /pschools/code/idd.asp?sponsor=1&inunid=341   (1873 words)

 Brentwood, New Hampshire
Brentwood's 1950 population of 819 residents grew to 3,197 by 2000, a total increase of 2,378 residents.
The 2004 Census estimate for Brentwood was 3,686 residents, which ranked 99th among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
Brentwood contains 17.0 square miles of land area and 0 square miles of inland water area.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/brentwood.html   (356 words)

 University of Alabama News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
John Chambers, director of administration in UA's graduate school, is a native of Essex County, England, and an alumnus of Brentwood School.
Brentwood School is the largest private school in England, with more than 1,600 students.
While the Brentwood students and their four chaperones are in the U.S., they also plan to visit UA's Moundville Archaeological Park, New Orleans, the space museum in Huntsville, and other area attractions.
www.ua.edu /advancement/ur/releases/oct00/englishsin102000.htm   (265 words)

 School data page for Brentwood School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Preparatory School was founded in 1892 and has a distinguished record of producing well-rounded and qualified pupils, most of whom proceed to the Senior School at the age of 11 to complete their secondary education and preparation for higher learning.
The School aims to create a happy, but disciplined, environment where, under the guidance of highly qualified staff, each child is encouraged to fulfil his or her potential and to achieve success in as many areas as possible.
The School prides itself on the care bestowed on the boarders and they in turn are proud of their considerable contribution to school life.
www.isis.org.uk /schools/data.asp?ref=0146   (1318 words)

 Exeter News-Letter Local News: Fourth-grader caught with "hit list"
BRENTWOOD — A fourth-grader at Swasey Central School was suspended last Thursday after being caught in school with what the principal described as an "I want to kill..." list.
School Principal Joan Ostrowski said she doesn't believe the boy came to school with the list, but probably wrote it sometime during the day.
The child is suspended from school pending an emergency evaluation by an outside agency (usually Seacoast Mental Health) to determine whether the student is a threat to himself/herself or others.
www.seacoastonline.com /2001news/exeter/e5_8a.htm   (570 words)

 Brentwood School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brentwood School is the name of three notable schools:
Brentwood College School, Mill Bay, British Columbia, Canada
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Brentwood_School   (90 words)

 NFLHS.com - News - Coaches Spotlight: Les Steckel
Steckel was involved with Brentwood's program for the 2001 and 2002 seasons, with his main priority being to bring some stability in his family's life.
At Brentwood, Steckel's son Luke, a middle linebacker and H-back, was the county's defensive player of the year for 2002.
Steckel admitted it was a challenging adjustment to go from NFL to high school, but he enjoyed the experience and his son enjoyed having dad on the team.
www.nflhs.com /news/coachesspotlight/lessteckel_03252003_sim.asp   (878 words)

 Brentwood Christian School: Teachers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
B.A. and M.A., University of Texas at Austin; former instructor in UT Department of Journalism; served five years on BCS board and is in her twenty-seventh year as an administrator.
B.A. in Biblical Studies and now completing MATS at Austin Graduate School of Theology; previous studies in political science and experience in George W. Bush organization and as a professional photographer.
Is a BCS honor graduate from 2001; sang with Encore in high school.
www.brentwoodchristian.org /about/faculty_bios.asp   (1426 words)

 Brentwood Christian School: 2006 Senior Trip
The senior trip has been an important tradition at Brentwood Christian School since 1988 and has been one of the graduating seniors’ favorite experiences over the years.
It is primarily a trip to England, to witness the monuments, artifacts, and scenes of historic significance.
We have kept careful records of the students’ fundraising activities during high school, and they may use money from their individual accounts for some of their trip expenses.
www.brentwoodchristian.org /online?id=97   (510 words)

 Great Family Nights - Fun Involvement Events That Really Pay Off | PTO Today
Math family night at Douglas MacArthur Elementary School in Waltham, Mass., is set up so kids and their parents move from station to station to solve problems together, such as a puzzle of different triangles that fit together only one way to make a large square.
Brentwood Middle School has advertised its family activities in the usual ways, including a newsletter sent home to parents and posters in the school.
The school is also fortunate in that the local paper has a daily section highlighting that days events at every school in the area.
www.ptotoday.com /0104family.html   (1884 words)

 Brentwood --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The borough of Brentwood is to a considerable extent residential, with some light industry, but it extends into the farmlands of the Essex countryside and London's Green Belt.
Brentwood became an assize town when judges first went on...
In the 1960 Olympics in Rome she won the 100-m dash (tying the world record of 11.3 sec in a semifinal race) and...
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 BRENTWOOD, city and district, England. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brentwood is mainly residential but produces some agricultural equipment, film, and prefabricated concrete.
The city was on located an important coach road from London to Colchester.
Brentwood School was founded in the 16th cent.
www.bartleby.com /aol/65/br/BrentwooEng.html   (42 words)

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In this phase of the project there were 31 schools visits, with a total of 39 sessions being conducted.  In addition.  Two visits to schools were abandoned due to hardware problems and had to be rescheduled.
In the rural area of Deià the school is very small, and the class was a mix of children from 5 - 8 years old.  Of the 13 children in the class only 2 were boys.
In the Norway school the children were between 8 - 10 years old.  These were a little older than our target group, but this is because they had been working with the project since its start two years ago.  The gender distribution was the opposite of Deià, with 11 boys and three girls.
www.iua.upf.es /etui/trials/robot_trials/final_trials_report2.htm   (1762 words)

 - Brentwood NH NH Seacoast Realtor | Seacoast Real Estate
The name was taken from Brentwood, England, a suburb of London containing the king's forest, the burning of which gave it the name Burnt Wood.
The population grew by at least twenty percent over each decade— ranging from a 23 percent increase between 1990-2000 to a 37 percent increase between both 1970-1980 and 1980-1990.
The 2003 Census estimate for Brentwood was 3,526 residents, which ranked 100th among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
www.juliedufault.com /content/articles/Brentwood_NH/1218   (378 words)

 BRENTWOOD - LoveToKnow Article on BRENTWOOD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A free grammar school was founded in I557.
Adjoining Brentwood to the north-east is Shenfield, with the church of St Mary the Virgin, Early English and later.
The name (Burntwood) is supposed to record an original settlement made in a clearing of the forest.
www.1911ency.org /B/BR/BRENTWOOD.htm   (155 words)

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Michelle's stories of volleyball playing at every level -- high school, college, national, and, ultimately, Olympic -- were used to exemplify her central theme: that perseverance is the key to success.
Brentwood College School’s message last weekend was a clear one.
Visiting the school this week was a field hockey team from King William College, Douglas, Isle of Man, in the United Kingdom.
thisweek.brentwood.bc.ca /ThisWeek2001/TW6/TW6.htm   (1723 words)

 BBC - WW2 People's War - Evacuation, 1939: From Leytonstone to Brentwood - A2219357
At the Brentwood station we walked up a hill to a junior school where we were allocated to our foster-families.
It is said that the headmaster of the receiving school almost had a fit on the first day when he realised that the West Ham school was a mixed one, and the girls arrived for their lessons.
The Brentwood School was an old public school, created I believe in the 16th century.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/ww2/A2219357   (1006 words)

 NEASC Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The six towns served by the school are Brentwood, East Kingston, Exeter, Kensington, Newfields, and Stratham, and comprise a diverse mix of agricultural, residential, and light industrial interests.
However, once in attendance at Exeter High School the population is extremely stable, since an average of only 4.75% of the population has dropped out of the school in each of the past two years.
There has been a significant change in school leadership in the past two years with the curriculum coordinator leaving in 1998, and a new principal being hired that same year.  It is unclear as to what process will be used to evaluate this document in the future to reflect the dynamics of a changing district.
www.ehs.sau16.k12.nh.us /pages/neasc.htm   (5791 words)

 The Music Department at Brentwood Cathedral, Essex, England
The Aurelian Ensemble, Brentwood Cathedral Singers and guests and the Brentwood Cathedral Choir performed with Julia Wilson-Jones (soprano), Rachel Bartels (harp), Carolyn Wheadon (flute), Paul Cott (horn) and James Devor and Stephen King (organ).
The twentieth anniversary of the inception of the Brentwood Catholic Children's Society prompted the organisation of the show and many thousands of pounds were raised during the evening to help them in their work with children.
Each school involved spent many months rehearsing individually and came together for only one major run through at St Helen's School in Brentwood prior to the dress rehearsal on the day of the performance.
www.brentwood-music.org.uk /info   (4747 words)

This year marks the 37th year that the school has hosted this prestigious junior regatta.
The seed that would become the Brentwood Regatta was planted in the early 1970's by John Queen and Tony Carr.
A dual meet with Lakeside crew, with a timetable arranged out by the two coaches in the cafeteria, was the first time that a crew visited Brentwood to compete and would later be recognized as the meet that started it all.
regatta.brentwood.bc.ca   (201 words)

Brentwood is an Independent co-educational HMC School standing on high ground to the north of the town in 70 acres of playing fields.
Brentwood is a friendly, busy and successful school offering single-sex teaching 11-16 within a co-educational system; the best of both worlds.
If you want to visit this school then please enter any dates that are suitable for you.
www.isbi.com /isbi-viewschool/2186-BRENTWOOD_SCHOOL-2.html   (532 words)

 Exeter News-Letter News: Egg experiment cracks up Swazey students
Swazey Elementary School second-graders look at a protected egg tossed from the school roof of the Brentwood School.
BRENTWOOD - Swazey Elementary School revisited a science experiment last week, as students watched their delicate eggs, packed in some kind of insulation, being hurled off the roof of the school by Principal Joan Ostrowski.
Before the students ran out, parents were lining up outside the school waiting to see if their child’s protective cocoons would pass the test.
www.seacoastonline.com /2004news/exeter/04132004/news/10475.htm   (412 words)

 wikien.info: Main_Page : B/BR/BRE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The series was set at a high school located on a cruise ship, allowing the episodes to be set in a variety of exotic "locations".
Bredon is a village in Worcestershire in England, on the banks of the River Avon.
Breedon on the Hill (population 863, 1991) is a village in Leicestershire, England.
pardus.info /browse.php?title=B/BR/BRE   (11266 words)

 San Mateo Traffic Schools | San Mateo County | San Mateo Traffic School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Almost every state allows a person ticketed for some types of moving violations to attend a 6-to-8 hour course in traffic safety in exchange for having the ticket officially wiped from their record.
Attending traffic school is your best choice, even if you think you have a watertight defense.
An online traffic school is created to be as convenient as possible for the student.
www.american-traffic-schools.com /California/San-Mateo.php   (376 words)

 88X Online Version 5.0- The New Sound of Long Island WXBA BRENTWOOD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This awards program is dedicated to recognizing broadcast excellence at high school radio stations across the country.
Once again, WXBA is the only high school radio station in the entire east coast region to be recognized through this awards program.
Students and alumni of Brentwood High School, along with a couple of local community volunteers, staff the radio station.
www.88x.net /main.php?drury04   (820 words)

 :::► Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net ◄:::
The recorded name was deliberately distorted for the LP adapation of the radio series and subsequently changed to "'''Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings''' of ''' ''Wasp'' Villas, ''Green''bridge, Essex, England'''" in all later versions.
According to M.J. Simpson who wrote a biography of Adams, David Thomas (a mutual friend of Adams and Johnstone) once said "Although Paul was miffed by Douglas' epithet he was also amused.
It was the inclusion of his then address (Beehive Court, Redbridge) in the first edition that annoyed him." Johnstone attended Brentwood School (Brentwood, England) Brentwood School, Essex with Adams, and received an award for English the same year as him.
www.mauspfeil.net /Paul_Neil_Milne_Johnstone.html   (341 words)

 Search results for Brentwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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