classical college

  1. (in Quebec) a college offering a programme that emphasizes the classics and leads to university entrance

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How to use classical college in a sentence

  • There is no classical college or university that teaches anything about the soil, not one single thing.

  • The writer contends earnestly for retaining these studies in classical college and academy courses for students of all colors.

    Black and White | Timothy Thomas Fortune
  • Its classical college has 400 pupils and its three primaries 600.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 | Thomas J. Campbell
  • The one-sided, classical college training has spoiled for life many otherwise good and happy women.

    Farm Boys and Girls | William Arch McKeever