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tenth grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the tenth year of school, when students are 15 or 16 years old
ˌtenth-ˈgrader n
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After passing her 10th grade, she waited for years for an opportunity to use her knowledge and skills.
To examine the prevalence, characteristics, and behaviors of current marijuana users among 10th grade students, the Washington State Department of Health analyzed data from the state's 2014 Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) regarding current marijuana use.
Summary: The 10th grade Indian student returned from the school, dropped her bag, went straight to the balcony and committed suicide.
KARACHI -- A student of 10th grade at a private schools is reported to have committed suicide after shooting his class fellow girl student Fatima here in Patel Para area.
The Harvard Education Letter in 2004 noted in a study of Philadelphia high schools that 46% of the students dropping out were in ninth grade and 33% were in 10th grade.
I AM a 10th grade student and would like to share my opinions and thoughts on a new rule in our school, which is totally unfair.
Turns out Garcia and several co-conspirators kept hundreds of kids out of school in the 10th grade so they couldn't take the tests that counted under No Child Left Behind.
The study relied on nationally representative data from the Educational Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS), which, among other things, asked students whether they were bullied during the 2001-2002 academic year, when they were in 10th grade.
Oregon will begin counting results on high school standardized tests in 11th grade instead of 10th grade starting next year, the Oregon Department of Education announced Wednesday.
The authors first examine the effect of failing the 10th grade mathematics examination.
score substantially above students in other countries in fourth and eighth grades, but then fall drastically below average in the 10th grade, a new study by the American Institutes for Research says there may be a steady decline, not a sudden drop, in performance in science.
Having survived her first school year in New York at the elite Baldwin School, Mimi Schulman (The Rise and Fall of a 10th Grade Social Climber and All Q, No A: More Tales of a 10th Grade Social Climber) is off to Berlin to spend the summer with her mother.