Upper School - United States

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 through Kindergarten.

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
  • Grammar school
  • Gymnasium
  • High school
  • Lyceum
  • Middle school
  • Secondary school
  • Sixth form college
  • University-preparatory school
  • Upper school
Tertiary education
  • Continuing education
  • Further education
  • Vocational school
Higher education
  • Academy
  • College
  • Community college
  • Graduate school
  • Institute of technology
  • Junior college
  • University
  • Upper division college
  • Vocational university
by funding / eligibility
  • Academy (England)
  • Charter school
  • Comprehensive school
  • For-profit education
  • Free education
  • Free school (England)
  • Independent school
  • Independent school (United Kingdom)
    • Preparatory school (United Kingdom)
    • Public school (United Kingdom)
  • Private school
  • Selective school
  • Separate school
  • State or public school
  • University Technical College
by style of education
  • Adult education
  • Alternative school
  • Boarding school
  • Day school
  • Folk high school
  • Free skool
  • Homeschool
  • International school
  • K-12
  • Madrasah
  • Magnet school
  • Montessori school
  • Parochial school
  • Virtual school
  • Yeshiva
historical types
  • Schools imposed on idegenous peoples (in Canada, in New Zealand, in USA)
  • Informal or illegal schools (in Ireland, in Greece)
  • Category
  • Commons

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