Preparatory School

Preparatory school or prep school may refer to:

  • University-preparatory school, a school in North America that is a private secondary school, typically charging high fees, designed to prepare students aged 14–18 for higher education at a university or college
  • Preparatory school (United Kingdom), an independent school preparing children up to the age of 11 or 13 for entry into fee-paying secondary independent schools
  • Gymnasium (school), the European equivalent of a North American university-preparatory school
  • Classe préparatoire aux grandes écoles

Other articles related to "preparatory school, school":

Terry Allvord - Career - Naval Academy Preparatory School
... Athletic Director selected to lead the Navy's fourth oldest school while serving on active duty only the Naval War College, the Naval Postgraduate School and the Naval Academy are ... were set during his tenure at the Naval Academy Preparatory School, known as NAPS ... It serves as the preparatory school for the United States Naval Academy located at Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island ...
Saint John's Preparatory School (Collegeville, Minnesota)
... Founded in 1857, Saint John’s Preparatory School (SJP) is a Catholic/Benedictine, co-educational, day and boarding college preparatory school located in Collegeville ... The school includes a Middle School consisting of grades 6-8 and an Upper School consisting of grades 9-12 ...
Soundview Preparatory School
... Soundview Preparatory School is a coed private preparatory school that serves grades 6-12 ... Glyn Hearn after a group of families came forward seeking an alternative school ... and then moved its current location because the school grew in size ...
List Of Schools In Camden - Independent (Private) Schools
... The Academy School Cavendish School Channing Junior School College Francais Bilingue de Londres Devonshire House Preparatory School Fine Arts College Hall ...

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