Upper School

Upper School

Upper schools tend to be schools within secondary education. Outside England, the term normally refers to a section of a larger school. There is some variation in the use of the term in England.

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Upper School - United States
... Many independent and even some parochial schools in the United States also tend to favor the term "upper school" to designate grades 9–12 ... Schools favoring this terminology may use "middle school" for grades 6/7–8/9, "lower school" for grades 1–5, and "early childhood" (education) for pre-K ... School types by educational stage Early childhood Preschool Pre-K Kindergarten Nursery school Primary education Elementary school Primary school Secondary education Adult high school Comprehensive school ...
St. John's Sr. Sec. School, Meerut - History - 1881 To 1890
... In July 1881, a Girls Upper School was started by Miss Snelleking in Soldier's Chapel ... Miss Snelleking's school with 27 children was handed over to the Chaplain of Meerut in January 1882 and was named St ... John's Girls Upper School ...
St Ninian's High School, Douglas
... Ninian's High School (Manx Gaelic Schoill Ard Noo Ninian) is a secondary school located in Douglas and Onchan, on the Isle of Man ... The School is set over two different sites, catering for different year groups ... The Lower School 'Bemahague' opened in 2012 and is located in Onchan ...
Canadian International School Of Hong Kong - Upper School
... The Upper School consists of students from Grades 7 to 12, with an enrollment of 783 students, making up almost 40% of the student body ... The Principal of the Upper School is John Jalsevac and the Vice Principals of the Upper School are Tim Kaiser and Christopher Coates ...

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