By the end of that November, I had written off my grammar-school days entirely.
No, he was to pass his examination for the grammar-school: Van der Welcke wanted him to go to one of the universities, later.
At nine, he had learned to know many things not listed at grammar-school.
She only knew one grammar-school boy, who smiled from ear to ear and blushed with delight on seeing her.
We also hear that there was a grammar-school attached to it, one of Henry VI.
He was soon attending a grammar-school at Elizabeth, New Jersey.
I will just love to help him so long as he's at the grammar-school.
The town contains a thriving and industrious population of nearly two thousand: it has a grammar-school, a town-hall, and a jail.
But seven years are usually spent at the grammar-school by those who are sent to it.
"Don't," said the grammar-school teacher again, but in the littlest voice he had ever heard from her lips.