School Year

  • (noun): The period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying.
    Synonyms: academic year

Some articles on schools, year, school year, school:

Summer Term
... Summer term is the name of the summer academic term at many British schools and universities and elsewhere in the world ... Summer term' runs from the Easter holiday until the end of the academic year in June or July, and thus corresponds to the Easter term at Cambridge ... term" means the period commencing immediately after the Easter holiday and ending with the school year ...
Las Vegas City Schools - Enrollment
2007-2008 School Year 2,122 students 2006-2007 School Year 2,102 students 2005-2006 School Year 2,109 students 2004-2005 School Year 2,153 students 2003-2004 ...
Lincoln High School (Yonkers, New York)
... Lincoln High School is located on 375 Kneeland Avenue in Yonkers, New York ... It is one of the seven public high schools in the city and teaches over eight hundred students every school year ... High School with grades 6 thru 8 ...
Tecumseh Local School District - History - Modern Schools
... Construction on the district's new high school, Tecumseh, was begun in late 1950 and was completed in March of 1952 ... of the new complex in May of that year ... The school was named after Tecumseh, a famous chief of the Shawnee Nation who lived in the area in the 19th century ...
List Of Kodomo No Jikan Chapters - Establishment of A Series Chronology - Japanese Elementary School Year Structure
... The Japanese elementary school year, which begins in April and ends in March, can be divided into discrete time periods of two types trimesters and vacations ... As of April 1, 2002, a five-day-long school week has become the norm in all public elementary schools ... no Jikan's fictional Futatsubashi Elementary is such a school, the first chapter takes place well after this aforementioned date, and the structure of the Japanese ...

Famous quotes containing the words year and/or school:

    The rarest of all things in American life is charm. We spend billions every year manufacturing fake charm that goes under the heading of “public relations.” Without it, America would be grim indeed.
    Anita Loos (1888–1981)

    It is not that the Englishman can’t feel—it is that he is afraid to feel. He has been taught at his public school that feeling is bad form. He must not express great joy or sorrow, or even open his mouth too wide when he talks—his pipe might fall out if he did.
    —E.M. (Edward Morgan)