eighth grade

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eighth grade

n
(Education) (in the US)the eighth year of school, when students are 12 to 14 years old
ˌeighth-ˈgrader n
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Jude McNab achieved four grade 9s, a grade 8, four grade 7s and one grade 5.
Isabella Fletcher was delighted with her results - a grade 9, a distinction, a grade 8, two grade 7s a grade 6 and two grade 5s, as was Joely Pearson with a distinction, two grade 8s and six grade 7s.
" Molly Chesters, who achieved a grade 9, two grade 8s, four grade 7s and three grade 6s said: e hard work and dedication eventually pays o."Ben Edelman was delighted with his results, a grade 8, four grade 7s and four grade 6s, and will return to Cardinal Langley to study economics, politics and maths.
Top performing student was Aymen Abada who achieved six grade 9s, one grade 8, one grade 7 and one grade 6.
Lewis Wilkinson -- 6 grade 9; 1 grade 8; 1 A*; 1 grade 6
Eve Dixon -- 5 grade 9; 2 grade 8; 1 grade 7; 1 A*; 1 Level 2 Distinction
Tom Ashcroft -- 4 grade 9; 3 grade 8; 1 grade A; 1 grade 6
Exceptional performances came from: Evie Miller, who achieved a grade 9 in both maths and English along with a grade 8, five A* grades and two A grades; Sannah Mahmood who achieved two grade 9s, six A* grades, one grade 8 and one grade A; Aleena Jose achieved one grade 9, six A* grades, one grade 8, one grade 7 and an A grade; Erin Johnson-Caddell achieved two grade 9s, one grade 8, two A* grades, two A and two B grades; Humna Sharif achieved two grade 8s, four A* grades and three grade As; And Alex Nixon achieved one grade 9, four A* grades, one grade 7 and three A grades.
The tables shown in this document include: (1) Mathematics Grade 3; (2) Reading Grade 3; (3) Writing Grade 3; (4) Mathematics Grade 4; (5) Reading Grade 4; (6) Writing Grade 4; (7) Science Grade 4; (8) Mathematics Grade 5; (9) Reading Grade 5; (10) Writing Grade 5; (11) Mathematics Grade 6; (12) Reading Grade 6; (13) Writing Grade 6; (14) Mathematics Grade 7; (15) Reading Grade 7; (16) Writing Grade 7; (17) Mathematics Grade 8; (18) Reading Grade 8; (19) Writing Grade 8; (20) Science Grade 8; (21) Mathematics High School; (22) Reading High School; (23) Writing High School; and (24) Science High School.
Berlin: Taylor Kearney, grade 10, honors; Jennifer Zacharia, grade 12, honors; and Patrick Harvey, grade 8, honors.
Students are introduced to the word "AIDS" at the grade 3 level; dirty needles as a cause at grade 4; AIDS activism and transmission through sexual intercourse at grade 6; the homosexual connection at grade 7; AIDS and condom failure at grade 8; transmission by oral and anal sex at the grade 10 level.
In grade 8, they are instructed that The Catechism of The Catholic Church teaches that "discrimination in all forms is immoral and impermissible", when in reference to homosexuality the catechism refers only to "unjust discrimination" (#2358).