school year

NOUN
  1. the period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying
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How To Use school year In A Sentence

  • Another survey at this location will be carried out after the commencement of the new school year. 3.
  • For the 1999-2000 school year EF cashed in some of its stock donated from start-ups and put $325,000 to work for the nonprofit.
  • Sure enough, hidden in a corner there was a shelf dedicated to the previous school years' yearbooks.
  • With his 14th birthday falling before the start of the new school year in August 1967, Torrance was free to quit the classroom earlier that summer.
  • I think that the school year is longer in our country (beginning of november until june) than in the US, it's may-be why the global cursus is shorter Atlantic Review
  • The teacher retired at the completion of the school year.
  • During my secondary school years I often liked to go to the recreation room to play table tennis.
  • Throughout his high school years in the nearby town of Bay Minette, he weathered the taunts and teases of classmates for being gay.
  • I was the high school yearbook editor and many friends enlisted my editing skills prior to submitting their term papers. SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life
  • It started off like any other school year; Liz being a social butterfly, and me being totally silent around her other friends.
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