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high school

1. Brit another term for grammar school
2. US and NZ a secondary school from grade 7 to grade 12
3. Canadian a secondary school, the grades covered depending on the province

high school, secondary school

In the US, a school which provides education beyond elementary school, usually from grade 9 to grade 12 but occasionally including grades 7 and 8.
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They've convinced themselves that it's OK to work with friends on assignments," says McCabe of the high schoolers he surveyed.
As part of this community-wide collaboration, school districts provide the books and transportation for high schoolers, and the two-year Alamo Colleges provide MSSC-authorized Instructors and MSSC-authorized Assessment Centers.
On the one hand, fewer than two-thirds of high schoolers in west Eugene's Bethel School District passed the state math test.
You'd think it would be easy to sell talented high schoolers on a technical career.
Already, major investments are earmarked to attract more high schoolers into technical programs.
Another year the high schoolers recreated the "Omnipotence" mural (the eye of God) from the front wall of the church.
Golgo 13 contains sex, violence, profanity (f-bomb) and semi-nudity; for collections geared towards older high schoolers and adults only.
Limited to 12 students selected from a rigorous audition process, the program is designed for serious high schoolers seeking a professional dance career.
NEW YORK: Currently, it's all about Math A and Math B for high schoolers.
The Childhood section offers the video presentation "Business Building Blocks" for high schoolers and articles on paying for college and student loan basics.
Junior High Schoolers will enjoy hearing the chapters read aloud as much as they enjoy reading them for themselves or to younger siblings and while mentoring middle or primary grade youngsters.
Bead on to find out how a team of high schoolers pooled their time and talent to help plan an after-school daycare.