finishing school

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finishing school

a private school for girls that prepares them for society by teaching social graces and accomplishments
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Girls' academy coach, Becky Robinson, said: "We are really proud of Brogan.
Head of the Celtic Girls' Academy, Paul Brownlie, said: "We are absolutely delighted we have seven players in the Scotland squad.
When Madonna expressed interest to help the Malawian education system through the construction of the girls' academy, we were very grateful and welcomed the idea," the Mirror quoted Malawi's Ministry of Education spokesman Lindiwe Chide as saying.
Malawi's Ministry of Education spokesman Lindiwe Chide said: "When Madonna expressed interest to help the Malawian education system through the construction of the girls' academy, we were very grateful and welcomed the idea.
Oprah Winfrey served it at the first Christmas dinner for her girls' academy in South Africa, and Nelson Mandela has said it's his favorite dessert.
Inspectors praised achievement, teaching, behaviour and leadership at Handsworth Wood Girls' Academy.
Stocksfield Avenue Primary School, Newcastle; St Anthony's Girls' Academy, Sun-derland.
The soccer schools are for boys aged five to 15, and there are plans to open a girls' academy in the New Year.
London, Mar 29 (ANI): Queen of Pop Madonna is being sued by former employees of her Raising Malawi charity for unfair dismissal after being sacked from her 15-million-dollar girls' academy.