sophomore class


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Noun1.sophomore class - the second class in a four-year college or high schoolsophomore class - the second class in a four-year college or high school
year, class - a body of students who graduate together; "the class of '97"; "she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
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Caleb Orr, sophomore class president at Abilene Christian University, professed his "love" for Perry - but he held his applause when the former governor put senators in his crosshairs.
Meanwhile, younger brother Ifeatu Melifonwu leads a strong sophomore class that should ensure the Indians return to the playoffs next year.
Pacifica Christian High School-Orange County is a faith-based, liberal arts, college preparatory school opening in the fall of 2015 with a freshman and a sophomore class.
Megan Groves, the school's sophomore class treasurer and student representative on the Eugene School Board, said absenteeism is "a noticeable problem" that's common among students with good grades as well as those with failing grades.
But the grace period goes away with this year's sophomore class.
SWCTA is now piloting a 1-to-1 iPad program with the junior and senior classes this school year and the sophomore class is using the iPods.
THESE PUPS BITE: Coach Rick Russell was impressed early in spring practice by the tenacity of Jacksonville's sophomore class.
Valencia might have the best junior-to-be basketball player in the Foothill League in guard Lonnie Jackson, but in the sophomore class, Canyon of Canyon Country's Brandon Perry gets the honor.
This pattern remained across all examined student and school characteristics (for example, student sex, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic status, school location, and sophomore class size).
During his years at Western, Norris served as Freshmen Class Vice President, Sophomore Class President, Junior Class President, as well as serving as a student ambassador 'Spirit Master' of the university.
For instance, in a sophomore class studying the Cold War, students write papers arguing that either the US or the USSR was responsible for the initial tensions of that conflict, then they grokduel in "opposing" pairs in front of the class.
Academically, I have served as an AFROTC Detachment Commander/ Professor of Aerospace Studies, where I taught a sophomore class in Air Power History.