What is schoolhouse?

  • (noun): A building where young people receive education.
    Synonyms: school

Some articles on schoolhouse:

Clums Corners, New York
... The area was serviced by the Little Red Schoolhouse—known officially as the Brunswick District No. 6 Schoolhouse—until it was closed in 1958, upon the consolidation of Brunswick (Brittonkill) Central School District and the opening of Tamarac School ... on Route 278 across from the Little Red Schoolhouse ...
Coleville School District No. 3645 - Schools - The "Brick" School
... Construction of the two-room Brick schoolhouse began in 1921, after a loan of $13,000 was secured for the project ... Originally intermediate students were taught in the attached schoolhouse, but due to tight quarters this was changed in 1934, and elementary students were moved to this ... The piano was located in the wooden schoolhouse, and lessons were given after school ...
Schoolhouse Rocks The Vote!: A Benefit For Rock The Vote - Track Listing
... Electoral College" - Spicy T Shihan "Messin' With My Bill Of Rights!" - Grady Tate Schoolhouse Rock! Episodes List of Schoolhouse Rock! episodes "I'm Just a Bill" "Three Is a ...
Cottown, Perth And Kinross
... The Old Schoolhouse in Cottown is thought to have been constructed between 1745 and 1770, the rubble plinth possibly being the remains of an earlier sandstone building destroyed by fire in 1766 ... The Schoolhouse was abandoned in 1985 and quickly fell into a state of disrepair, having been vacant ever since ... The Old Schoolhouse is now owned by the National Trust of Scotland ...
Melmont, Washington - History
... Melmont was Andrew Montleon, who lived in the remaining basement of the second schoolhouse ... In 1920, the Melmont schoolhouse (the second one built) was torn down after Steven Poch bought it to use the lumber to build his own home ... storing explosives, and the foundation of the schoolhouse ...

Famous quotes containing the word schoolhouse:

    Columbus stood in his age as the pioneer of progress and enlightenment. The system of universal education is in our age the most prominent and salutary feature of the spirit of enlightenment, and it is peculiarly appropriate that the schools be made by the people the center of the day’s demonstration. Let the national flag float over every schoolhouse in the country and the exercises be such as shall impress upon our youth the patriotic duties of American citizenship.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)

    We saw one schoolhouse in our walk, and listened to the sounds which issued from it; but it appeared like a place where the process, not of enlightening, but of obfuscating the mind was going on, and the pupils received only so much light as could penetrate the shadow of the Catholic Church.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)