Recent Examples of junior high school from the Web
For those of you who slept through junior high school math, Pi starts with the numbers 3.14 (the numeric representation of March 14).
The money also supports the annual Kiwanis Teacher-Of-The-Year Awards for outstanding elementary, junior high school and high school teachers in Arlington schools.
In a spreadsheet compiled by Mother Jones, details are offered on mass shootings beginning in 1982, when a junior high school teacher shot and killed 8 people in a Miami welding shop.
In 2016-17, 27,859 high school and junior high school students took dual credit classes, and parents and students wound up saving $46 million in college tuition.
Under consideration is doubling junior high school athletic fees from $40 to $80 per student, with a maximum cap at $160 per student.
The California High School Rodeo Association includes a junior high school division.
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The book is no longer available at junior high school libraries, according to Katy ISD spokeswoman Maria Corrales DiPetta.
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First Known Use of junior high school
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Defined for English Language Learners
junior high school
Definition of junior high school for English Language Learners
: a school usually including the seventh, eighth, and sometimes ninth grades
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Defined for Kids
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