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church school

noun
1.
a primary or secondary private school affiliated with a Christian denomination.
Origin of church school
1860-1865
1860-65
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  • Especially do these facts hold for the teacher in the church-school class.

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts
  • The influence of the constant religious work done in this church-school and school-church is felt a hundred miles around.

  • For the impressions made in the church-school lesson hour bear a larger proportion to the entire result than in the public school.

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts
  • This leaves them almost completely dependent on the recitation itself for the actual results of their church-school attendance.

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts
  • Do you think that church-school teachers could pass as good an examination on what they undertake to teach as day-school teachers?

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts
  • It originated in the idea of rewarding, after a religious fashion, the most deserving choir-boy or scholar of the church-school.

  • If day-school teachers find it worth while to read professional journals, do not church-school teachers need their help as much?

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts
  • It was in front of a new building—a church-school half completed.

    The Iron Puddler James J. Davis
  • For the church-school recitation period four different methods are chiefly used.

    How to Teach Religion George Herbert Betts

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