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The entrance to a modern high school building.
The definition of high school is an academic institution providing education more advanced than elementary school or middle school but less advanced than college, typically grades 9, 10, 11 and 12.
An example of high school is the local public school where 15 year olds attend.
a secondary school that usually includes grades 10, 11, and 12, and sometimes grade 9 (and occasionally, esp. formerly, grades 7 and 8), and that offers academic or vocational subjects
A secondary school that usually includes grades 9 or 10 through 12.
- high school′er
(plural high schools)
- (education) An institution which provides all or part of secondary education.
- secondary school (used in this way in parts of Australia and Canada)
- He was skilled at deftly combining mecha combat, martial arts, international criminal intrigue, high-school politics and a dash of teen romance.
- Though earning a degree isn't cheap, workers with bachelor's degrees earn significantly more than their counterparts who have only high-school diplomas, and each subsequent level of education is likely to earn moms an even bigger paycheck.
- The variations of the flying stunts that are a part of most high-school squads are shown, along with a lot of gymnastic floor work, but you need to remember these are Hollywood actors and stuntmen doing the routines.
- Studies show that approximately one in five players suffer concussion or more serious brain injury during their brief high-school careers.
- Even high-school kids charge a lot for babysitting these days, and you can only rely on friends and family members so often.