upper-level high

upper-level high

[¦əp·ər ¦lev·əl ′hī]
(meteorology)
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It is designed for visiting college students currently enrolled in a degree-granting program and upper-level high school students who have previously taken the LIM College Fashion Lab program for high school students.
I highly recommend this DVD for upper-level high school students studying environmental sciences, which could include a unit on alternative energy sources.
The heat is the result of strong upper-level high pressure building over California, with temperatures warming each day as a result, forecasters said.
Altogether, an excellent historical work suited to both upper-level high school students and their teachers.
So, in most art classes you should expect students to meet achievement standards that indicate proficiency but in upper-level high school courses, you should also expect them to meet the advanced achievement standards.
Both the curriculum and the video target general consumer audiences, including civic groups, upper-level high school science classes and family and consumer science classes.
The spontaneous outcry is uttered in unison by a dozen, upper-level high school architecture students as Aidan Chopra demonstrates the abilities of SketchUp(R) software.
I would use this book to supplement upper-level high school classes (AP Biology and APES spring to mind) and could easily see this book being used in a college or university life science field course as a primary text.
The heat - a product of an upper-level high over the Southland - doesn't represent anything unusual, said weather service meteorologist Curt Kaplan, adding that this August, in fact, was cooler than normal.
An upper-level high pressure system has moved through Southern California, pushing Newhall's temperature today to 95.