Origin of old school
Related formsold-school, adjective
Examples from the Web for old-school
The Metropolitan Opera is the old-school Cadillac of arts institutions.
But old-school plants—the type that grow in the dirt—have also been vital to human progress.
The Spire rests on the same basic principal as the old-school fountains.
Rivers was an old-school trouper, fully immersed in pop culture for her comedy routine.
The 68-year-old actress follows an old-school routine from the Royal Canadian Air Force.Helen Mirren Trains Like the Air Force; Kendall Jenner Denied Kim Kardashian at Her Shows|The Fashion Beast Team|July 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was only the absurd jealousy of the old-school Mussulmans that annihilated for ever the faculties of their wives.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets|Francis Miltoun
The highbred conduct of Mr. Gwynn from the beginning had been worthy of him as an old-school English gentleman.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
Both Adah and Maria belong to that old-school class of proper feminine folk who never pick but always pluck flowers.The House|Eugene Field
The special agent turned first to that primary command of the old-school detective when a crime is committed: "Find the woman."Uncle Sam Detective|William Atherton Du Puy
He taught that “the most puzzling things of all to the old-school teleologists are the principia of the Darwinian.”