The Rickmansworth (The Royal) Masonic School For Girls (1988)

The Rickmansworth (The Royal) Masonic School For Girls (1988)

The Royal Masonic School for Girls is an independent school in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, with both day and boarding pupils. The school was instituted in 1788, with the aim of maintaining the daughters of indigent Freemasons, unable through death, illness, or incapacitation to support their families. Since 1978, the school opened to the daughters of non-freemasons, and the name “Masonic” is a now just reference to its past.

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4 thoughts on “The Rickmansworth (The Royal) Masonic School For Girls (1988)

  1. Interesting Chapel eh? Replace a cross with a clock and add a pentagram. Murals are a little odd too for an Anglican parish. Then there is the group synchronized gym class. A little Soviet for my taste. Anyways…

  2. Again, walking down the street and a stranger comes up to me and asks me which subway can take her to [some destination]. Then she asked me another logistical question about the subway. Next, she threw in an unrelated comment. I don’t remember the exact words but it was something like: “you look a lot like my younger brother. Weird.” Then she asked another logistical question about the subway.

  3. The school was organized in 1788, fully intent on keeping up with the little girls of poor Freemasons, unfit through death, ailment, or weakening to help more info related descriptiveessaytopics.com the school opened to the little girls of non-freemasons, and the name “Masonic” is a now reference to its past.

  4. The school was organized in 1788, fully intent on keeping up with the little girls of poor Freemasons, unfit through death, ailment, or weakening to help more info related descriptiveessaytopics.com the school opened to the little girls of non-freemasons, and the name “Masonic” is a now reference to its past.

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