Talk:Independent School League (Washington, D.C. area)

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Hi, Powerco. I hope the move I did was what you wanted. I was a little discombobulated when I saw that you had already moved the page once (to itself..?), and to see no discussion or consensus on this page. But I realize you are the sole editor of the page. Please let me know if I didn't do the right thing, and I'll fix it. Best wishes, Bishonen | talk 02:05, 28 December 2005 (UTC).

list of notable students[edit]

Why is there a list of students on this page? Don't each of the schools' articles have such a list--often more complete, and often making up the bulk of the schools' articles? I want to get some consensus before deleting such a large part of this article, but it seems silly to duplicate. 01:08, 19 July 2006 (UTC)

I agree. It has been removed. It was put there originally because the Boston ISL was making elistist claims.

# of Schools[edit]

I might be retarded or something, but it seems to me that there are sixteen schools listed in the article and not seventeen as the heading claims. Is there a school missing, or are there really just sixteen schools in the ISL? Thanks 16:47, 13 May 2007 (UTC)