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In slang, old school can refer to anything that is from an earlier era, anything that may be considered "old-fashioned".
It may refer to:
- "Old School" (Hedley song), a 2008 single by Hedley
- "Old School" (John Conlee song), a 1985 single by American country music artist John Conlee
- Old School (quartet), the 2011 international gold medalist
- Ol' Skool, an American new jack swing group
- Old school hip hop, also known as Old Skool
- Urban oldies (radio format), also known as Old Skool
- Old Skool Love, a 2005 single by Divine Brown
- Old Skoöl of Rock, a 2007 compilation album and DVD of hard rock and heavy metal
- Moog old school, an analogue synthesizer produced by Moog
- "Old School Love", a 2012 song by Megan and Liz
- "Old School", a 1995 song by Tupac Shakur
- "Old School", a song on the album ReliXIV by Overkill
- "Old School", a 2006 single by Danger Doom
- Old School, a 2011 box set by Alice Cooper
- Old school rave, a form of rave music
Film, literature and art
- Old School (film), a 2003 film
- Old School (novel), a 2003 novel by Tobias Wolff
- Old School (TV series), a 2014 Australian television series
- Old school (tattoo), a traditional tattoo style
Computers and gaming
- Old school gaming, the hobby of playing and collecting older computer, video, and arcade games. Also called "Retro Gaming"
- Old School RuneScape, a currently playable version of the MMORPG RuneScape which is based on the game's state in 2007.
- A reference to hackers and hacker groups that operated prior to Eternal September, also spelled "01d sk001".
- OSRIC, Old School Reference and Index Compilation, a compilation of rules for fantasy gaming
- A professional wrestling aerial technique used by The Undertaker
- A production made before the mid-1990s in demoscene
- Koryū, translated as "old school" or "traditional school", a category of Japanese martial arts
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