noun, plural school·hous·es [skool-hou-ziz] /ˈskulˌhaʊ zɪz/.
Origin of schoolhouse
Related Words for schoolhouseinstitute, academy, university, hall, jail, faculty, department, institution, seminary, discipline, college, establishment, blackboard
Examples from the Web for schoolhouse
Contemporary Examples of schoolhouse
Like nothing before it, Schoolhouse Rock made learning fun and effortless.
There are generations that have no idea what the hell Schoolhouse Rock is.
He was killed instantly by a blast in an ambush launched on our vehicles outside of a schoolhouse.Memorial Days After Mourning Has Passed
May 25, 2014
Mindless rigidity has descended upon the land, from the schoolhouse to the White House to, sometimes, your house.Government Has Made America Inept
Philip K. Howard
May 4, 2014
Along with her classmates, she marched in formation to the schoolhouse every morning.Spies, Lies, and Rape in the Air Force: An Undercover Agent's Story
March 4, 2014
Historical Examples of schoolhouse
With a careless nod to Halbert, she took Robert's arm, and left the schoolhouse.Brave and Bold
I have never had to sweep out the schoolhouse since the time you know of.
They took each other's hands, and went towards the schoolhouse.
But when he got there he found that the schoolhouse had not yet been completed.The Chinese Fairy Book
It is a schoolhouse for lovers, and we are lovers in the making.The Golden Fountain