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schooler

Syllabification: school·er
Pronunciation: /ˈsko͞olər
 
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Definition of schooler in English:

noun

[in combination] chiefly North American
A student attending a school of the specified kind or being educated in the specified way: a high-schooler
More example sentences
  • So, we were going to have eight high-schoolers, two middle schoolers, six elementary schoolers, a kid in Pre-K in the mornings and in daycare in the afternoons, and a kid at the daycare all day.
  • Sometimes you'll see middle schoolers when the high school kids are there chatting with their other friends trying to blend in.
  • The staff is hustling during the back-to-school season to match middle schoolers with backpacks and college students with graphing calculators.

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