: a school or part of a school for students between the ages of 14 and 18
Recent Examples on the Web In a letter to the upper school community Tuesday, Head of School Stephanie Sibley said staff immediately notified police, the school system’s safety services, the school nurse, and the students’ families. —Matt Yan, BostonGlobe.com, 21 Mar. 2023 In 2002, the school broke ground on the first phase of an $18 million expansion, which shifted parking to land where the homes once stood and added new upper school classrooms, along with a gymnasium. —The Courier-Journal, 8 Mar. 2023 City Futsal’s success at the Farmers Market has led to work on a second facility near Richardson in partnership with Dallas International School, which has an upper school campus across from the University of Texas at Dallas. —Dallas News, 17 Feb. 2023
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