high schooler
noun see high school I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • high schooler — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌskülə(r) noun : a high school student * * * noun, pl ⋯ ers [count] US : a high school student …   Useful english dictionary

  • high schooler — See high school. * * * …   Universalium

  • high-schooler — student who attends a high school (grades 9 12) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • high school — ☆ high school n. a secondary school that usually includes grades 10, 11, and 12, and sometimes grade 9 (and occasionally, esp. formerly, grades 7 and 8), and that offers academic or vocational subjects: see also JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, SENIOR HIGH… …   English World dictionary

  • high school — high school, adj. high schooler. a school attended after elementary school or junior high school and usually consisting of grades 9 or 10 through 12. [1815 25] * * * In the U.S., any three to six year secondary school serving students about 14–18 …   Universalium

  • high\ school — 1. (High School) (13100↑, 704↓) High school is a failed experiment in preparing young people for the adult world. All high schools in the country were built around 1960 and were designed to hold about half as many students as they currently do.… …   Urban English dictionary

  • schooler — noun [in combination] chiefly N. Amer. a pupil or student of a particular level or status: a high schooler …   English new terms dictionary

  • high school — I. noun Date: 1824 a school especially in the United States usually including grades 9 12 or 10 12 • high schooler noun II. noun Etymology: translation of French haute école Date: 1884 a system of advanced exercises in horsemanship …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • high school — noun 1》 N. Amer. a secondary school. 2》 (in the UK except Scotland) used chiefly in names of grammar schools or independent fee paying secondary schools. Derivatives high schooler noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • high school — /ˈhaɪ skul/ (say huy skoohl) noun → secondary school. –high schooler, noun …   Australian English dictionary

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