a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12; as, he goes to the neighborhood highschool.
In many school districts, high school reflects the time from 9th through 12th grade.
Not a Hochschule (German) or högskola (Swedish) but the upper secondary schools in the United States, grades 7-12. Often divided into junior (7-9) and senior (10-12) high school, some school districts have middle high schools as well (9-10).
A secondary school offering the final years of high school study necessary for graduation, usually including grades 10, 11, and 12 (in a 6-3-3 plan) or grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 (in a 6-2-4 plan).
Either grades 9-12 or 10-12; for purposes of credits for graduation or college admission, grades 9-12.
The last three or four years of the 12-year school education system in the United States; secondary school.
a public school in which subjects above the eighth grade, according to the state course of study, may be taught
The U.S. term for secondary school.
The name of the high school where the listing is located. (Example: Walt Whitman High.)
The last three or four years of secondary education in the US is generally referred to as high school.
Includes schools with either the ninth through the twelfth grade or the tenth through the twelfth grades. Related terms: Elementary school
High school is a name used in some parts of the world, and particularly in North America, to describe the last segment of compulsory secondary education. It is preceded by primary education, usually known in North America as elementary education. High school is also the name used to describe the institution in which the final stage of compulsory education takes place.
High School is a 1968 direct cinema documentary film which follows the typical day of a group of students at their high school (Northeast High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)