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Woodstock Academy Graduates Told To Use Their Gifts Wisely Woodstock Academy seniors were treated to one last speech from their assistant headmaster, on Academy Sunday on June 18.
Dozens of teenage males at a school in Exeter began sporting the new look this week after their headmaster refused to relax dress codes during a massive heat wave.
Saddam sipped his tea, took a puff on his cigar, then sat back and smiled, letting the soldiers imagine the fate of that unfortunate headmaster.
Jury deliberations appear to have broken down in the retrial of a former Carlsbad private school headmaster accused of molesting a cadet 20 years ago.
The former headmaster of a Carlsbad military boarding school was found guilty Monday on six counts of molesting a former cadet at the school nearly 20 years ago, but acquitted on five other molestation charges.
John Morvant, headmaster at Christ Episcopal School, said officials and attorneys there had received a copy of the suit and were reviewing it.
Mondrian’s father was the headmaster of a school in Amersfoort.
On Tuesday, the teams will be wearing throwback jerseys and the headmasters -- Boys' Latin Christopher J. Post and St. Paul's David Faus -- will participate in a pre-game coin toss to commemorate the event.
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First Known Use of headmaster
HEADMASTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headmaster for English Language Learners
: a man who is the head of a U.S. private school
: a man who is the head of a British school
HEADMASTER Defined for Kids
Definition of headmaster for Students
: a man who heads the staff of a private school
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