Academic Year

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

Some articles on academic year, year, academic, years:

Center For Place, Culture And Politics
... Each academic year, a group of faculty and graduate student fellows explore a specific theme at the Center ... Each academic year the Center appoints eight faculty fellows and five graduate student fellows from throughout the City University of New York ... Each academic year, they adopt a specific theme and appoint faculty and graduate student fellows to explore that theme ...
Saint-Petersburg State University Of Architecture And Civil Engineering
... During the 179-year period of its existence SPSUACE has provided an excellent professional education for more than 000 ... architects and engineers including specialists who had come from over 50 foreign ... Its academic staff has been well known thanks to such outstanding specialists - architects and designers - as D.I.Grimm, G.D.Grimm, V.A.Shretter, V.V.Evald, N.V.Sultanov, P.Yu.Suser, A.I.Gogen, A.I.Dm ... During the last three years the research workers of the University have taken part in erecting the monument to the first Greek President I.Kapodistriy (1827-1831), who had headed the ...
Berkshire Country Day School - History
... However, this arrangement lasted for only a year, as the Walker Street building was destroyed in a fire ... In the academic year 1967-'68, the school again expanded to include a ninth grade ... Institute which the school rented from Tanglewood during the academic year ...
Saint Jude Catholic School - Academics - Academic Year
... The academic year is divided into two semesters ... in November and ends on March of the following year ...

Famous quotes containing the words year and/or academic:

    You can feel it, in a hundred little ways year after year. It is so certain and inevitable, that the next century will be a time in which it is not simply safe, but commonplace, to be openly gay.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)

    If we focus exclusively on teaching our children to read, write, spell, and count in their first years of life, we turn our homes into extensions of school and turn bringing up a child into an exercise in curriculum development. We should be parents first and teachers of academic skills second.
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)