Guns, drugs, gang warfare, vandalism, arson and even a fight among schoolgirls during a church service have made memorable headlines for stories suggesting that schooldays are no longer the happiest of days.
From schooldays he was a friend of Denis and Vuillard (whose sister he married in 1893) and he met Bonnard at the Académie Julian in Paris, where he enrolled in 1888.
Such pupils look back on their schooldays with gratitude and feel a strong loyalty to their old school.
A happy home and stimulating schooldays led him in 1893 to Culham College, Oxfordshire, where he gained his Teacher's Certificate, followed by senior teaching posts and headships.
And I also thought it would be important for us to learn a little more about Charlie so I decided to tell what he and the girls' father were like during their schooldays .
We had been good friends since our schooldays in the village and spent much time together.
Life is still a never-ending stretch of schooldays and work.
More than anything, it is the hermetic mysteries of maths, remembered with discomfort from schooldays , that intimidate the public and make journalists wary as to how to mediate between scientists and a non-scientific audience.
It has also reminded me vividly of my schooldays , when the intellectual horizon of Chilean adolescents had more than a sliver reserved for paradox, mystery and ambiguity.
She flitted between love affairs, rebelled against her conservative upbringing, battled the insecurity that had plagued her since schooldays , and barely thought about motherhood.