• WordNet 3.6
    • n highschool a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12 "he goes to the neighborhood highschool"
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In literature:

Noisy as highschool kids.
"No Great Magic" by Fritz Reuter Leiber

In poetry:

The wildest of all, her father and mother cruel,
farming out there beyond the old stone quarry
where highschool lovers parked their lurching cars,
Berky learned to love in that dark school.
"Thinking For Berky" by William Stafford

In news:

Bob Sturm Highschool Baptist Baller .
Fairbanks Police Department have been looking for 15-yr old missing Lathrop Highschool Student, Weston Luther last seen Thursday.
Sherman Alexie's book banned from highschool in Richland.
Highschool seniors unsure of passing.
Highschool Click to enlarge.
St John Neumann Highschooler Amanda Fogg shot this photo upon early arrival at school.
Nick Blower plays as a running back for Crestview Highschool.
Conditions at Lexington, Blue Grass Airport, KY. Back to Highschool.
Vote online for the Tulsa World's Player of the Week at tulsaworld.com/highschools.
A highschooler interested in playwrighting who had never been to the theater.
Highschool teacher Maria Capalongan shows male and female reproductive sysytem models that she uses in teaching Biology at Ramon Magsaysay Highschool in Manila on June 25, 2010.
Friday night highschool football in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia took a backseat to a battle of another sort in the bleachers and on the sidelines.
Two Canadian highschoolers have wowed the Web with their video of a Lego toy taking a balloon ride to near-space.
Singing, the highschool band performed, I got to be a judge for the pet parade, lots of adorable animals in Christmas costumes.

In science:

However, in classrooms this principle was taught in a way that gives an impression that this is a review of junior highschool mathematics.
General concepts of graphs
Spivak’s Calculus was a reference text and a source of exercises for a two-year highschool course taught by one Donald J.