Definition of schoolie in English:

schoolie

Line breaks: schoolie
Pronunciation: /ˈskuːli
 
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noun

informal , Australian & dialect
1.1A school pupil.
More example sentences
  • Of these, 1,346 were schoolies or high school students; the remainder were university students, local residents, or other tourists.
  • Well, Jimmy's been out the front gardening and noticed some schoolies throwing stones in the abandoned car showroom - it happened when Sister and El were visiting and our neighbour also had her window put through.
  • The play is regularly performed by teenagers in the US - this usually means that schoolies are taken to see it.

Phrases

schoolies week

(In Australia) a week of celebrations to mark the end of the final year of senior school.
More example sentences
  • While most year 12 students are already planning their trips for schoolies week one Lismore student is really going to get away from home.
  • Both schoolies week and spring break are holidays when youth travel with friends and gather in large numbers, typically at beach resorts, with the goal of an adult-free, responsibility-free, fun time.
  • It's up to our fun-loving heroes to discover why all the fun-loving teens are turning into zombies (see, it is just like schoolies week!)

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