Where Did FDR Go to School?

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FDR, known as Franklin D. Roosevelt, went to school at Groton High School from 1896, to 1900. He then went to Harvard University, where he graduated with a BA, and from there, he went to law school at the Columbia University Law School.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt went to Groton School. It is an Episcopal boarding school in Massachusetts. From there, he went on to Harvard College. While he was attending Harvard, his fifth cousin, Theodore Roosevelt became President of the United States.
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