The area is renowned for its excellent and wide range of schools including Cheltenham Ladies' College, Pates Grammar, Cheltenham College, Dean Close and Kitebrook.
What does CLC stand for?
CLC stands for Cheltenham Ladies' College
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- Centre Loisirs et Culture (French: Leisure and Culture Center)
- Certified Laboratory Consultant
- Certified Lactation Counselor (credential)
- Certified Life Coach (various organizations)
- Challenger Learning Center
- Chancery Law Chronicles
- Change Letter Control (NASA)
- Channel Level Control
- Chape Liquide Carrelage (French tile company)
- Chapter Leaders Conference (various organizations)
- Chemical Looping Combustion
- Cherenkov Luminosity Counter
- Chesapeake Light Craft, Inc.
- Cheshire Line Committee (English Railway Consortium)
- Chicago Lebanese Club
- Chicano/Latino Caucus (California Association for Counseling and Development)
- Child Labor Coalition
- Child Learning Center
- Child Life Council
- Child Literacy Class
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He said she had done astonishingly well to return to school at Cheltenham Ladies' College and take her AS-levels despite crushing tiredness and having to use a scribe.
Cheryl Gillan, although born in Wales, received her secondary education at Cheltenham Ladies' College, and the College of Law, and became MP for Chesham and Amersham.
This week's opener follows four 11-year-old girls as they leave the familiarity of their prep schools to join the prestigious Cheltenham Ladies' College.
As a little girl, Phoebe had expressed an interest in writing and her understanding of literature was advancing when she was sent to Cheltenham Ladies' College, where a teacher noted that one of her sonnets in the style of Petrarch was ``very good''.
In boarding school at Cheltenham Ladies' College, then at Goldsmiths College of Art from 1949 to '52, and finally at the Royal College of Art the three years following, she had devoted herself to making pictures, inspired over time by the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists--Seurat for her a king among them.
Cheltenham Ladies' College principal Vicky Tuck told the TES: ``The important thing is not to compromise, and to re-advertise if necessary.
The complex has also proved popular with well-heeled parents with children attending St Paul's College, Cheltenham Boys' College and Cheltenham Ladies' College.