superschool

superschool

(ˈsuːpəˌskuːl)
n
(Education) Austral a large school
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Hadrian Trust envisages all senior pupils from the catchment area being housed in one superschool to be built in the future, with Northumberland County Council footing the bill.
Three of the schools - St Ninian's, Lochside and Maxwelltown High - wanted their trees to act as a symbol with their individual schools set to close and be joined into a major superschool.
A huge 1,000-pupil Didsbury superschool would be created by expanding Beaver Road primary onto a second site.
ANGRY residents fed up with "horrendous" parking near a so-called superschool took matters into their own hands.
New York University has unveiled plans for a superschool that it believes will position Brooklyn as the epicenter of global thinking about how cities around the world operate in the face of growing populations.
Other expatriates such as Herschel and Molly Stroyman moved from New York City to Toronto to become resource persons within Rochdale, eventually becoming staff at the college's alternative high school initiative known as the Superschool.
This included 30 laps in a level two Superschool car which allowed Raffii the opportunity to adapt to the right hand drive.
EVERY pupil at a new pounds 25m superschool will receive free uniform to mark its fresh start.
The first day of the test session will include 30 laps at Norwell in a level two Superschool car, allowing Raffii the opportunity to adapt to the right hand drive.
Jim Rogers, of Eston Park School, says he will fight Redcar and Cleveland Council's plans to create a superschool in South Bank.
The borough's first superschool, the Sandwell Academy - which is backed by sponsors including West Bromwich Albion Football Club - is already under construction in Halfords Lane and due to open September Language College and Willingsworth High School.
The Superschool and the Superstate: American Education in the 20th Century.