Recent Examples of schoolhouse from the Web
Perez got his schoolhouse, but it was built with wood instead of cement; the elements ravaged it within four years.
All the way to the schoolhouse at the edge of town.
Astronomy lesson at the Pony School, an 1860s one-room schoolhouse.
Save room for food truck Miso Hungry, which dishes out authentic ramen from an old tram car, or a local steak at locals’ bar Belfry, in a former schoolhouse.
All eight grades were housed in the one-room schoolhouse, and taught by a single teacher.
Marie, raised on a dairy farm, educated in a one-room country schoolhouse, degreed in engineering at Michigan Tech in Houghton, and employed in Upper Peninsula iron mines for nearly four decades.
Besides her duties at the nearby one-room schoolhouse, Lisa Phipps has published two children’s books.
The original school - known as Pennsylvania Avenue School - was built in 1888 as a two-room schoolhouse at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Illinois Avenue.
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First Known Use of schoolhouse
SCHOOLHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolhouse for English Language Learners
: a building that is used as a school
SCHOOLHOUSE Defined for Kids
Definition of schoolhouse for Students
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