Cathedral school

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Cathedral schools began in the Early Middle Ages as centers of advanced education, some of them ultimately evolving into medieval universities.wikipedia
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Monastic school

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Throughout the Middle Ages and beyond, they were complemented by the monastic schools.
Monastic schools (Scholae monasticae) were, along with cathedral schools, the most important institutions of higher learning in the Latin West from the early Middle Ages until the 12th century.

Medieval university

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Cathedral schools began in the Early Middle Ages as centers of advanced education, some of them ultimately evolving into medieval universities.
These universities evolved from much older Christian cathedral schools and monastic schools, and it is difficult to define the exact date when they became true universities, though the lists of studia generalia for higher education in Europe held by the Vatican are a useful guide.

Primary school

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Cathedral schools at this time were primarily run by a group of ministers and divided into two parts: Schola minor which was intended for younger students would later become elementary schools.
As the Roman influence waned the great cathedral schools were established to provide a source of choristers and clergy.

Ribe Katedralskole

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Ribe Katedralskole is a cathedral school in the town of Ribe, Denmark.

Aarhus Katedralskole

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Aarhus Katedralskole is a cathedral school, an institution of secondary education, a Danish Gymnasium and a listed building in Aarhus, Denmark.

Middle Ages

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Throughout the Middle Ages and beyond, they were complemented by the monastic schools.
In the late 11th and early 12th centuries cathedral schools spread throughout Western Europe, signalling the shift of learning from monasteries to cathedrals and towns.

Early Middle Ages

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Cathedral schools began in the Early Middle Ages as centers of advanced education, some of them ultimately evolving into medieval universities.
In the 12th and 13th centuries, many of those schools founded under the auspices of Charlemagne, especially cathedral schools, would become universities.

Viborg, Denmark

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Viborg is home to a number of educational institutions, including Viborg Katedralskole (cathedral school).

Renaissance of the 12th century

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Following in the earlier tradition, these cathedral schools primarily taught future clergy and provided literate administrators for the increasingly elaborate courts of the Renaissance of the 12th century.
The Cathedral schools at Chartres, Orleans, and Canterbury were centers of Latin literature staffed by notable scholars.

Linköping

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A cathedral school can be traced from 1266.

King's School, Rochester

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During and after the mission of St Augustine to England, cathedral schools were established as the new dioceses were themselves created (Canterbury 597, Rochester 604, York 627 for example).
It is a cathedral school and, being part of the foundation of Rochester Cathedral, the Dean of Rochester serves as chair of the school's governing body.

St. George's Grammar School (Cape Town)

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It was historically the cathedral school attached to St. George's Cathedral, having been founded in 1848 by Robert Gray, the first Anglican Bishop of Cape Town.

Katedralskolan, Lund

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At the beginning, it was most likely a cathedral school, a seminary for the training of priests and other clergy within the church.

The King's (The Cathedral) School

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It is one of only three Anglican cathedral schools in the UK to be funded through the state system, the other two being Bristol Cathedral Choir School and The Minster School There are also two state-funded Roman Catholic choir schools: St Edward's College in Liverpool and the London Oratory.

Westminster Cathedral Choir School

It is one of two Roman Catholic cathedral schools in the United Kingdom, the other being St John's in Cardiff, Wales

Catholic Church

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While cathedral schools are no longer a significant site of higher education, many Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran cathedrals operate as primary or secondary schools.
The studia conventualia and studia generalia of the mendicant orders played a large role in the transformation of Church sponsored cathedral schools and palace schools, such as that of Charlemagne at Aachen, into the prominent universities of Europe.

Hereford Cathedral School

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There was probably a school associated with the Cathedral from the time of the foundation of the see in the late 7th century.

Ribe

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The cathedral school of Ribe Katedralskole has its roots in the Latin School of Ribe, dating back to at least 1145, when the bishop officially handed over the chapter's school.

Carolingian schools

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Carolingian schools comprised a small number of educational institutions which had a major share in the Carolingian renaissance, specifically cathedral schools and monastic schools.

School of Reims

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The School of Reims was the cathedral school of Reims Cathedral in France that was in operation during the Middle Ages.

School of Chartres

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During the High Middle Ages, the Chartres Cathedral established the cathedral School of Chartres, an important center of French scholarship located in Paris.

Roman Empire

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In the later Roman Empire, as Roman municipal education declined, bishops began to establish schools associated with their cathedrals to provide the church with an educated clergy.

Education in ancient Rome

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In the later Roman Empire, as Roman municipal education declined, bishops began to establish schools associated with their cathedrals to provide the church with an educated clergy.

Visigoths

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The earliest evidence of a school established in this manner is in Visigothic Spain at the Second Council of Toledo in 527.