His drama entitled Cato was modelled upon the French drama of the classical school, with its singular preservation of the unities.
But with all this he retained some of the vices of the classical school.
Westminster is pre-eminently a classical school, but no school has a longer or more splendid list of great scholars.
Well, when this boy was nine years old he went to a classical school.
Weber had not passed through the crucible of a serious study of the classical school.
He joined with Waller and others in founding the classical school of English poetry.
This is the ground of our preference for the classical school, and for Alfieri beyond all pupils of that school.
Now, why should not sculpture have its Gothic (or romantic) school, as well as its antique, or classical school?
William of Newburgh's history, which ends in 1198, is a work of the classical school, like William of Malmesbury's.
He imbibed the spirit of the classical school, but his genius never was trammelled by imitation.