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Louisville Reference Files: E

Education

  • 55,000 Degrees Initiative
  • Aberdeen School of Writing
  • Ahrens Trade School
  • Alice Lloyd College
  • Bellarmine University (See also: Sports--Bellarmine University)
  • Berea College
  • Bloom Elementary
  • Bourgard College (See: African Americans--Bourgard College)
  • Brown School
  • Busing: 1970s (See also: African Americans--Desegregation of Public Schools)
  • Busing: 1980s (See also: African Americans--Desegregation of Public Schools)
  • Busing: 1990s-2010s (See also: African Americans--Desegregation of Public Schools)
  • Catholic Colored High School (See: African Americans--Catholic Colored High School)
  • Catholic Schools (See also: Education--Private, Parochial, and Independent Schools)
  • Central High School
  • Central Law School (See: African Americans--Central Law School)
  • Charter Schools
  • Christian Academy (Louisville/Oldham County)
  • Collegiate School
  • Decker College
  • Early Childhood/Kindergarten
  • Flaget High School
  • Galen College of Nursing
  • General
  • Gheens Academy
  • Girls High School
  • Heuser Hearing & Learning Academy (formerly Louisville Deaf Oral School)
  • Holy Angels Academy
  • Holy Cross High School
  • Holy Rosary Academy
  • Homeschooling
  • IdeaFestival
  • Indiana University Southeast
  • Iroquois Middle School
  • Jefferson Community College
  • John Paul II Academy
  • Junior Achievement
  • Kalorama
  • Kentucky Country Day Schools
  • Kentucky Military Institute (KMI)
  • Kentucky School for the Blind (See also: African Americans--Kentucky School for the Blind, Colored Department)
  • Kentucky School of Art (See: Education--Spalding College)
  • KERA (See: Education--Reform)
  • Kindergarten (See: Education--Early Childhood/Kindergarten)
  • King Educational Foundation
  • Loretta High School
  • Louisville Bible College
  • Louisville Deaf Oral School (See: Education--Heuser Hearing and Learning Academy)
  • Louisville Education and Employment Project
  • Louisville Female Seminary
  • Louisville Hebrew School
  • Louisville Institute of Music
  • Louisville National Medical School (See: African Americans--Louisville National Medical School)
  • Louisville Normal School
  • Louisville School for Autistic Children
  • Louisville School of Pharmacy for Women
  • Male High School
  • Manual High School
  • Mercy Academy
  • Meredith-Dunn School
  • Montessori School of Louisville
  • Mortuary School (See: Education--Vocational Programs)
  • National Center for Family Literacy
  • Newcomer Academy
  • Notre Dame Academy
  • Parent and Child Education Program (PACE)
  • Portland Christian School
  • Presentation Academy
  • Private, Parochial, and Independent Schools (See also: Education--Catholic Schools)
  • Prosser School of Technology
  • Providing Access to Community Transition (PACT)
  • Public Schools: Board of Education (includes Superintendents)
  • Public Schools: Elementary Schools
  • Public Schools: Facts & Figures
  • Public Schools: General
  • Public Schools: High Schools
  • Public Schools: History
  • Public Schools: Merger
  • Public Schools: Middle Schools
  • Public Schools: Rankings
  • Public Schools: Reports
  • Reform
  • Rosenwald Schools
  • Rugby University School
  • Shawnee High School
  • Simmons College of Kentucky (formerly Simmons University) (See also: African Americans--Central Law School)
  • Spalding University (includes Kentucky School of Art)
  • St. Nicholas Academy
  • St. Xavier High School
  • Sullivan University
  • Teach Kentucky
  • Teachers
  • Trinity High School
  • Universities in the State
  • University of Kentucky
  • Ursuline Campus Schools
  • Virtual Education
  • Vocational Programs (includes Mortuary School)
  • West End School

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Reference files contain newspaper clippings, brochures, flyers, photographs, correspondence, and similar materials that are too small to constitute a collection on their own. Files vary considerably in size, from just a few newspaper clippings to several folders of clippings, letters, memos, photographs, etc. These files may all be accessed on-site in the Archives & Special Collections (ASC) research room. For information on visiting ASC, see our Planning a Visit page.

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