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  • Finally, he gave them a simple preparatory step and closed his eyes again.
  • The new hall is now used by the two preparatory schools as well.
  • It began with preparatory classes to ready students for advanced study at the college level.
  • This philosophy has become an increasingly popular idea within present-day teacher preparatory programs.
  • They would then move on to the primary or preparatory school at about the age of five or six usually.
  • However, it should be noted that none of the preparatory works for this project have started.
  • The school first operated as a normal school with two years of college work and a complete preparatory school.
  • It has been recognized as one of the nation's premier preparatory schools.
  • The latter offers the full range of college preparatory, business, and technology courses.
  • The university began as a preparatory school for boys during the American colonial period.
  • At age five he entered the local preparatory school where he soon developed aversion to games.
  • The first class of the school included eleven students at the college level and eight at the preparatory level.
  • It is the only girls college-preparatory school in the state.
  • After he completed his preparatory school studies he attended the University of Edinburgh.
  • The preparatory year students register in either the social sciences or science program.
  • George attended a preparatory school in London, and later received lessons from his mother.
  • NMMI includes a college preparatory four-year high school and a two-year junior college.
  • I spend a great deal of time on preparatory work, and less time on final composition.
  • Hawkhurst is home to three schools, one local authority primary and two independent preparatory schools.
  • These preparatory problems cover specific topics in considerable more depth than typical post-secondary education.
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Synonyms of preparatory