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Jordanhill School
also called a "demonstration school" for Jordanhill College of Education and has one more synonym

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  1. educates children from age 5-18

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  2. The school's Latin motto, beneath its coat of arms is "Ad summa nitor", which translates to "Strive for the Highest"

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  3. located on Chamberlain Road in Glasgow, Scotland

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  4. Uniquely among mainstream Scottish schools, it is funded directly by the Scottish Executive, rather than through the local authority, in this case Glasgow City Council

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  5. categorised as a non-denominational school, although at the end of each term the school attends the local Church Of Scotland for a brief service

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