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upper school

n
(Education) the senior pupils in a secondary school, usually those in the fourth and fifth years and above
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Upper School Khai Whyte Khai is a model student who has embraced the Catholic Values of our Academy since Year 7.
The middle school and upper school fiction collections are located at opposite ends of the library (in the Middle and the Commons) on built-in bookshelves.
Collection: The middle and upper school library has 16,120 print titles, over 800 e-books, and more than 100 audio books.
Upper School academic honors and high honors recipients were announced by Upper School Head Erica Hager.
addition of a mezzanine to the Upper School Library, a two-story addition to the Middle School and a complete renovation, including a new facade, of 5 West 93rd Street, another lower school building.
Cyfarthfa Comprehensive students said a final farewell to the lower school site at the 19th century castle and will move to modern facilities at the upper school in Cae Mari Dwn.
Sixth-form students from Vandyke Upper School and Community College in Leighton Buzzard tour the manufacturing plant annually as part of their studies.
The 22-year-old (left) met the two-time major winner a few years ago as they both attended Sullivan Upper School - and she would love a reunion with an Olympic medal around her neck.
In her seminal essay, "The Lost Tools of Learning," Christian writer and Classicist Dorothy Sayers describes three stages of early student development: the Parrot, the Pert, and the Poetic, "the latter coinciding approximately with the onset of puberty," and the three coinciding respectively with the Lower, Middle and Upper School. She then characterizes these stages as follows:
The 19-year-old man was blasted outside Maricourt Catholic High Upper School, in Maghull, on Thursday.
An unusual book of interest to Upper School and College students, it covers art, history, geology, social aspects and mythology.
Miss Peat, who was a pupil at Harlington Upper School in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, had gone to the house in Ailsbury Road, which belonged to a mutal friend, with an 18-year-old man whom she had spent Friday evening with at various pubs in Flitwick and Ampthill.

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