twelfth grade

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twelfth grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the final year of secondary school after which students usually graduate at age 17 or 18
ˌtwelfth-ˈgrader n
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Twelfth-grader and co-developer Sarah McCann said, speaking for the group of student developing team, "We're hoping that this app will help the school not only be a safer place, but bully free."
"Our research is on xenophobia in Russia," said Ammar Keshodia, a DIA twelfth-grader who will be Chair of the make-believe version of the HRC.
Twelfth-grader Amanda Blair, who is straight, says she brought another girl to the homecoming dance at Big Piney High School in rural western Wyoming because she wanted to take a stand for her lesbian and gay fellow students.
Twelfth-grader Nancy Doremus instantly rolled her eyes good-naturedly, recognizing the title as one she'd read for a class in Churchill's International High School, an accelerated global studies program.
Though they did not speak about specific media or texts, twelfth-grader Nino, eleventh-grader Rain, and tenth-grader Joan believe "the media" portray teenagers and geography in a limited, negative way that does not match their experiences.
This year, we've expanded that program to fifth- through twelfth-graders, distributing a total of 26,000 Chromebooks since last year.
We run the Michigan History Day[R] (National History Day in Michigan) program statewide, a competition for fourth- through twelfth-graders that directly connects students to the past.
Only one-quarter of American twelfth-graders is proficient or better in math.
* According to the latest results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the nation's twelfth-graders have not shown improvement in their knowledge of economics since 2006.
First administered in 2006, the NAEP economics assessment measures twelfth-graders' understanding of a wide range of topics in three main content areas: market economy, national economy, and international economy.
The use of inhalants declined among 8th and 10th graders despite a decline in perceived risk (Twelfth-graders were not asked about inhalants.) The use of cocaine powder has been falling over the last few years and continued sliding in 2011.
-Half of all twelfth-graders could not pinpoint glaciation as the catalyst for the formation of the Great Lakes.