tenth grade

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tenth grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the tenth year of school, when students are 15 or 16 years old
ˌtenth-ˈgrader n
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"She was a very happy girl," said the principal of the tenth-grader. "She came to school today and chatted and laughed with all the supervisors and her friends.
Tenth-grader Khushdil Kurbonov introducing himself as Somoni Emomali, the president's son, took $50,000 from a man in exchange for promising him 0.3 hectares of land outside the capital.
Tenth-grader Fernando Ortiz Ruiz probably fit that description when he began with the project.
Bass clarinetists Kevin Wright, a tenth-grader, and Caleb Quist, an 11th-grader, have been practicing with the Districts and hope to make all-state next year, Robin Quist said.
Tenth-grader Teresa knows exactly how it feels to be in love: "Your stomach is in knots.
Review always bores me." Emily Gersky, 15, is a tenth-grader in West Hartford, Connecticut.
John, let a tenth-grader read what you write before you send it in.
It read like the work of a misanthropic, trench-coat-wearing tenth-grader, not of the literary editor at one of the best magazines in print.
In fact, the previous day a tenth-grader had led a discussion on abortion.
Pereira, a tenth-grader who has been cast as Nikiya, a temple dancer in love with the handsome warrior Solar, commutes six days a week from her Long Island home for ballet class.
Tenth-grader Sebastian O., for example, received intensive skills and job readiness training along with regular academic schooling at the American Airlines Travel Academy--one of five technology-based programs offered in this pilot program.
A tenth-grader at the University of Chicago Laboratory School, Rishi started writing a privacy software program when his math class was cancelled one day last summer.