The Waterhouse charity school occupies a handsome set of buildings forming three sides of a quadrangle, erected in 1855.
She gave also to Fleet £250, for founding a charity school in that parish.
Two of them were used as rooms by the master and mistress of the charity school.
The chief part of the congregation seemed to me to be a charity school.
Jean Jacques was now forwarded to Turin, to become inmate of a sort of charity school for the instruction of catechumens.
Pierre was on his way to the village from the orphan boys' home at the Abbé's charity school.
Yellows, a term of reproach applied to Bluecoat and other charity school boys.
Did you know that Nancy Nelson came here from a charity school, and that she has no folks?
Half a dozen boys and girls from the charity school, of no great account for voices, made up our choir.
Almost from the first a boy of the name of Ballance, whom Dunn had taken from a charity school, was his book-keeper.