Definition of schoolwork
: lessons done in class or assigned to be done at home
Recent Examples of schoolwork from the Web
Children are paired with mentors who assist with schoolwork, take them on outings and help them through challenging periods of life.
Someone who would always prioritize family and schoolwork over socializing.
Only these kids threw their homework, English papers and other schoolwork away, down a school stairwell, creating a blizzard of paper that left people on Twitter very jealous.
In addition to schoolwork, Reddick has two jobs and works 30 hours a week, the Star-Telegram reported.
His parents say Gabe has managed to have a relatively normal life, one with friendships and outside interests and a keen awareness that his schoolwork can’t suffer.
Polanco said Meredith did her best to keep up with schoolwork while staying in the hospital for chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
For example, students at Stanford are more likely to celebrate a classmate who previously launched a startup and then failed than one who completes all of their schoolwork, Pedersen says.
Mya got through the year by throwing herself into her schoolwork.
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First Known Use of schoolwork
SCHOOLWORK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolwork for English Language Learners
: work that is done in classes in a school or given to students to be done at home
SCHOOLWORK Defined for Kids
Definition of schoolwork for Students
: lessons done at school or assigned to be done at home
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