Schoolies Week


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Schoolies Week

(ˈskuːliːz)
n
(Education) (in Australia) a week when large numbers of school leavers gather together for a holiday away from home after the end of their final exams
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Sydney, Dec 3 ( ANI ): Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has defended getting a lap dance at schoolies week, saying he was simply enjoying himself.
Losing it is about four girls, who plan to lose their virginity before Schoolies week. For nervous parents, this book won't necessarily encourage girls to take up the challenge, although one of the girls finds love and another understands herself better.
Queensland, Australia, November 19, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Queensland is well known as a 'party' state, hosting Schoolies Week on the Gold Coast each year and attracting the lion's share of the country's tourism industry.
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Urban blue-collar School formals, summer camps, schoolies week, celebrating Halloween, basketball, women picking up men, taking drugs.
These include the growing spatial independence of children (Jones and Cunningham), the post high school celebrations of Schoolies Week (Winchester, McGuirk and Everett), the assumption of the role of caring for a parent or other elderly relative (Hallman) and the movement of widows and widowers into their childrens' households (Teo).
Sydney, Nov 22 ( ANI ): Australian No.1 tennis player Bernard Tomic has been photographed enjoying a lapdance from two ladies at a Gold Coast nightclub as continued helping celebrate Schoolies week.
The prediction was made after viewing previous years' Schoolies week, when the outcome of the celebration ended with teenage mums giving birth to unplanned babies.
Lee Gamble, general manager of Sunnyside Holiday Village which will be hosting the first Newquay Escape this summer said: "Every year, thousands of students from around Australia make plans for a holiday to celebrate their end of school years during Schoolies Weeks.