[ UK /skˈuːlt‍ʃa‍ɪld/ ]
[ US /ˈskuɫˌtʃaɪɫd/ ]
  1. a young person attending school (up through senior high school)
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How To Use schoolchild In A Sentence

  • Its popularity in 1948 with both schoolchildren and adults saw the Blossom Street picture house bursting at the seams during matinees and evening performances for weeks on end.
  • Schoolchildren could be frisked for weapons against their will as teachers are recruited into the crackdown on youth knife culture.
  • Medical inspections for schoolchildren become compulsory by law.
  • They wanted me to be a schoolchild and ask basic questions, such as 'What is a medlar?' Bernard Radfar: Texting Librarians
  • The demonstrators were mostly schoolchildren given the day off, army conscripts and public employees encouraged to go on the march in their working hours. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of our current realities is that the State of Florida is facing declining tax revenues, and is balancing its books on the backs of schoolchildren. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Still Doesn't Have Our Interests at Heart
  • During the yearlong exhibition, didactic programs are offered for schoolchildren.
  • Nearly half of all schoolchildren in London have had at least one tutor, but a quarter of those outside the capital have too. Times, Sunday Times
  • The film chronicles the everyday doings of a group of London schoolchildren.
  • Schoolchildren must be taught to deal with dangerous situations .
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