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A student in the junior or senior class of a secondary school or college.


n, pl -men
(Education) a junior or senior student in an American high school, college, or university


(ˈʌp ərˈklæs mən, -ˈklɑs-)

n., pl. -men.
a junior or senior in a secondary school or college.
[1870–75, Amer.]
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As for the terrifying teacher, can you arrange for an inexpensive tutor, maybe an upperclassman who knows sines, cosines, science or EspaHol?
are facing a lawsuit for disciplining an upperclassman student for loudly preaching during school events.
Air Force Academy upperclassman, it's his job to help get the newly arrived freshman cadets settled into the environment where they'll spend the next four years transforming into Air Force officers.
Tropicana Del Norte Residence Hall caters to UCSB freshmen ; Tropicana Gardens offers SBCC students a college residential living experience and the Villas at Tropicana is an upperclassman apartment community.
First runner-up, upperclassman category: Bobby Emmett from Penn State Erie Behrend: "Traffic Light.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Varsity ice hockey, Grades 9-12, captain, Grades 11 and 12, MVP, Grade 12; All-ISL, Grades 11 and 12; varsity field hockey, Grades 9-12, captain, Grades 11 and 12, two-time MVP, All ISL, Grades 11 and 12; varsity softball, Grades 9-12; captain, Grade 12; monitor, one of eight seniors elected by both faculty and students as representatives of the school to deans and head of school; upperclassman peer tutor, math and English; president of St.
Show the prospects the new upperclassman residence hall AND the freshman dorms, so they don't feet Let down on move-in day.
We're still two years out, but we'll be working very closely with academic affairs and campus ministry, to come up with an integrated learning community concept that meets the needs of our upperclassman," Burris said.
The Huskies don't have an upperclassman starter, Led by 7-foot freshman center Spencer Hawes, they beat LSU but lost to Gonzaga, a team that Washington State beat.
One such student is Tony Lorentz, an alienated upperclassman and modestly talented poet who in his three years at Prior Lake has made high craft of cynical slacking, going so far as to codify his behavior with rules such as "show up for class and pay any semblance of attention.
Ryoma beats an 8th grader playing with his right hand (he's left-handed), beats another upperclassman playing with a rickety racket that's about 100 years old, and shows he can hit a twist serve (whatever that is).