Junior College

The term junior college refers to different educational institutions in different countries.

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S.I. High School & Junior College, Furus
... Siraj-ul-Islam High School and Junior College is a primary, secondary and higher secondary school in the village of Furus, in Maharashtra, India ... The junior college of science is the only science college located on the mainland of Furus ...
Le Garrette Blount - College Career - East Mississippi Community College
... While at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba, Mississippi, Blount rushed for more than 1,000 yards in each of his two seasons, accumulating 367 carries for 2,292 yards and 18. 273-yard performance with three scores in a win over Northeast Mississippi Community College during his freshman year he led the state of Mississippi in rushing yards with 1,106 as early as October 2006. 1 junior college prospect by The Clarion-Ledger and received Junior College All-American honors ...
Showagakuin Junior College
... Shōwagakuin Junior College (昭和学院短期大学, Shōwa gakuin tanki daigaku?) is a private junior college in the city of Ichikawa in Chiba ... Originally established as a women's junior college in 1950, the school became coeducational in 2005 ...
List Of Division 1 NJCAA Schools - Members - Colorado
... Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartan in Rangely Lamar Community College Runnin' Lopes in Lamar Otero Junior College Rattlers in La Junta Northeastern Junior College Plainsman in ...
Junior College - Singapore
... In Singapore, a Junior College (JC) is equivalent to a sixth form college in the United Kingdom ...

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