Definition of interscholastic
: existing or carried on between schools interscholastic athletics
Recent Examples of interscholastic from the Web
Harris, who was named the U.S. Polo Association’s 2016 national interscholastic player of the year, credits the program with giving her direction.
Harris, who was named the U.S. Polo Association's 2016 national interscholastic player of the year, credits the program with giving her direction.
OHSAA Bylaw 4-8-1 states that an international exchange student is eligible to participate in interscholastic athletics for a maximum of one school year.
The BCPS Allied Sports Program is a totally inclusive program that affords students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in interscholastic sports with their non-disabled peers.
Quiz bowl is a competitive, academic, interscholastic activity for teams of four students.
To qualify, students must have at least a 3.25 unweighted GPA and play at least one interscholastic sport during their four years of high school.
The principal also recognized groups of students who take part in any interscholastic sport, extracurricular activity or club, as well as those who will join the military after high school.
The Illinois High School Association, which governs interscholastic sports in the state, is intrigued.
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INTERSCHOLASTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interscholastic for English Language Learners
: existing or done between schools
INTERSCHOLASTIC Defined for Kids
Definition of interscholastic for Students
: existing or carried on between schools interscholastic sports
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