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middle school

(in England and Wales) a school for children aged between 8 or 9 and 12 or 13
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An important responsibility included facilitating transitions from elementary to junior high and from junior high to high school.
Written masterfully from the junior high point of view, the collection offer perspective on these confusing times, hopefully making readers more empathetic in the process.
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology picked 100 elementary schools and 70 junior high schools nationwide at random and sent questionnaires to their teachers in June, to which 1,148 elementary school teachers and 863 junior high school teachers responded.
MTNA Junior High School Piano Competition, sponsored by Baldwin Piano Company
The parti of the Min Ho Junior High School is very similar to that of the Elementary School, with academic accommodation facing south over sports fields, with dormitory and office building at right-angles.
The survey by the National Congress of the Parents and Teachers Association of Japan said 79% of fifth-year elementary school students surveyed nationwide have used the Internet, while 83% of second-year junior high school students have used it.
Now his operatives target senior tourists and junior high school honor students for political retribution.
Academically as good as Jefferson but more diverse are Deal Junior High School, Hardy Middle School, and Wilson High School, all of which are within two or three miles of the White House.
For both sexes, the sharpest declines in self-esteem occurred at the beginning of junior high.
She lived less than a mile from her junior high and happened to be looking out her bedroom window when the planes plummeted to the ground before her disbelieving eyes.
Sebastian Chang, winner of the MTNA Student Composition Competition, junior high school level, sponsored by Warner Bros.
AEP invited every middle and junior high school in its West Virginia service territory to participate in the Trees for Earth Day effort.