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  Stretford Grammar School
Stretford Grammar School is a Community School within Trafford Education Authority that enjoys an enviable reputation for its warm ethos, strong focus on equal opportunities and its outstanding examination results for its students.
SGS is a non-fee paying school; admissions to Year 7 are determined after the 11 Plus Examination and to our Sixth Form College by GCSE results and interview.
At Stretford Grammar School, students are challenged to be their best in a self-disciplined community, where there is a broad education, resulting in leavers who are outstanding citizens of a modern society.
www.stretfordgrammar.com /school_website   (158 words)

  The Grammar School, Limassol
The Grammar School (Nicosia and Limassol) is a co-educational secondary Gymnasium and Lyceum school, open to students of all nationalities and is governed by a Board of Directors.
In Nicosia, The Grammar School was established in 1963 and in Limassol in 1975.
Characteristics that distringuish the Grammar School from other schools are the high standards of academic achievements, a close and intimate relationship between students, teachers and parents, the Parent-Teacher Association and the school, and a full range of student activities with an emphasis on ethical and moral values.
www.grammarschool.com.cy /school.htm   (431 words)

  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Pate's Grammar School
Pate's Grammar School is a voluntary aided, selective grammar school in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire catering for pupils aged 11 to 18.
The school was founded by a fund bestowed to Corpus Christi College, Oxford by Richard Pate in 1574.
A Grammar school is one of several different types of school in the history of education in Britain.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Pate%27s-Grammar-School   (706 words)

  Grammar school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A grammar school is a type of school found in some English-speaking countries; some of which date back to earlier than the 16th century.
The original intent of these schools was to educate the young in the grammar of one or two European languages.
Grammar schools are also selective, typically taking the top 10% of those from the local catchment area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Grammar_school   (196 words)

 Caulfield Grammar School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The school is a member of the Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS), and is of Anglican denomination.
By 1931, the school's 50th anniversary, total attendance had grown to 500 students but Caulfield was still considered a small school, compared to schools such as Xavier College and Melbourne Grammar School.
School bands, choirs and orchestras are open to students from Year 3 onwards, and many of these musical groups are on show at the annual Caulfield Grammar School Concert at Melbourne's premier performance venue, Hamer Hall.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Caulfield_Grammar_School   (3212 words)

 Grammar School - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Grammar School, originally a school in which the curriculum emphasized the study of Greek and Latin grammar and related subjects.
I remember when I was young, in the north, they went to the grammar school little children: they came from thence great lubbers: always learning,...
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 Teachernet, Grammar school ballots
The School Standards and Framework Act 1998 and the Education (Grammar School Ballots) Regulations 1998 set out the framework under which parental ballots on grammar school admissions may be held, and the arrangements for governing bodies to publish statutory proposals to remove selection.
Grammar schools are grouped in some areas for the purposes of petitions and ballots.
Parents of pupils of compulsory school age either living in the area or sending their child to an LEA maintained school will be eligible to petition or vote.
www.teachernet.gov.uk /management/atoz/g/Grammar_school_ballots   (459 words)

 Auckland Grammar School: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nelson college is the oldest state secular secondary school in new zealand founded on april 7, 1856 in nelson, new zealand....
Wellington college (in full, the wellington college and grammar school, sometimes just coll) is a state school for boys located next to government house...
A public school, in common english and waleswelsh usage, is a (usually) prestigious school, for children usually between the ages of 11 or 13 and 18, which...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/au/auckland_grammar_school.htm   (1729 words)

 Caulfield Grammar School Account @ LaunchBase.net (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The mentor focuses on both academic and pastoral issues, while the designated subject teacher is responsible for preparing and teaching the set curriculum.
This also allows Year 11 students to undertake Year 12 Unit 3/4 studies, so that they effectively begin part of their Year 12 course a year earlier, maximising their ENTER scores by studying up to six subjects over this time.
At Caulfield, the Lindsay Thompson Centre is used for indoor sports such as basketball and netball, and the Alfred Mills Oval is the traditional home of the First XI cricket and First XVIII football teams, and host venue to matches in the 2004 Commonwealth Bank Under 19 Cricket Championships.
www.launchbase.net /encyclopedia/Caulfield_Grammar_School   (2464 words)

 Home - Ripon Grammar School
The school is a selective co-educational grammar school with boarding which makes it one of a small select group of schools in the country.
The school is over-subscribed due to the high quality of education on offer, and by secondary school standards we are not a large school, but this is one of its undoubted strengths.
The school's history can be traced back as far as the seventh century, and in 2005 the school celebrated its 450th anniversary since its' refounding in 1555.
www.ripongrammar.co.uk   (435 words)

 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In contemporary times, LGS is a selective, independent fee-paying school, (in the UK known as a Public or Private school), and is a member of the Governing Bodies Association and of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.
The School is currently sited at Alwoodley Gates in a modern building constructed around 1997, which will be the home of Grammar School at Leeds from September 2008.
The school merged with Leeds Girls High School in 2005 to become the Grammar School at Leeds; Leeds Grammar School legally passed out of existence on 4th August, 2005.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Leeds_Grammar_School   (775 words)

 Takapuna Grammar School
Takapuna Grammar School welcomes applications from students at all levels to become international students.
At present there are students from throughout the world studying at the school.
Since 1927 Takapuna Grammar School has had a reputation for outstanding student achievement offering young people academic programmes and the opportunity to learn in a culture of excellence and high standards.
www.takapuna.school.nz   (58 words)

 -- Oxford Grammar School -- Awards
Having started as primary school in 1981, today the 1800 young and energetic pupils in the pursuit of knowledge, stands as a silent testimony for the phenomenal popularity and growth of the institution.
The Oxford Grammar School student Subash of X was selected as a recipient of prize, for his best speech on "What do children expect from a working mother".
The elocution was held at school premises organized by Red Cross Society A.P State branch on 4th December 1998 the selected student received this prize from the Governor his excellency Mr.Ranga Rajan on 5th September 1999.
www.oxfordgrammarschool.com /awards.html   (154 words)

Hills Grammar is a school for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 in Sydney, New South Wales.
The School had various databases, shared directories, email and online assets such as an Intranet that each required a separate login and were barely accessible from locations outside of the school network.
Hills Grammar was the first school in Australia to use Novell’s Portal Services (NPS) to create a secure, single entry point for all of their resources online.
www.novell.com /australia/stories/hills_grammar_school.html   (845 words)

 Royal Grammar School - Guildford Tour - Friends International in Guildford
The Royal Grammar School was founded in 1512 by the will of Robert Beckingham, a wealthy London grocer who left lands whose income was to be used to fund a school at Guildford, which would cost nothing for boys to be able to attend.
The school was refounded in 1552 as King Edward VI's Grammar School and was built on the present site between 1557 and 1586.
One of the school's old boys, John Parkhurst (who became Bishop of Norwich), left all of his latin books to the school in 1575.
www.surrey.ac.uk /Chaplains/CFIS/tour/rgs.html   (354 words)

 UpMyStreet - All secondary schools near Elmstone by LEA
If you wish to contact a school or see its achievement and attainment results, click on the school name.
Schools with an asterisk (*) are independent schools.
Ask the locals for their views on local schools in Conversations.
www.upmystreet.com /local/schools/secondary/l/Elmstone.html   (144 words)

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