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high school

Translation of high school in Spanish:


  • (in US and Scotland)
    colegio (masculine) secundario mixto
    instituto (masculine) (en Esp)
    liceo (masculine) (en CS, Ven)
    (in England) colegio (masculine) secundario de niñas
    instituto (masculine) (en Esp)
    liceo (masculine) (en CS, Ven)
    (before noun) a high-school romance (American English)
    un noviazgo de adolescentes
    Example sentences
    • Aaron and Samantha were only a few days apart and were in the same grade in high school.
    • The gap is especially pronounced for kids who attend large high schools in urban areas with lots of students from low-income families.
    • They both lived in Bakersfield, California, but they attended different high schools.
    Example sentences
    • Several independent high schools have already complained that pupils' scores were reduced by markers in a bid to avoid claims that exams are becoming easier.
    • Results of the tests determine whether they go to a grammar or a high school in September.
    • The 30-year contract involves the provision of 10 new primary schools, two special schools and two high schools.
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Cultural Note: high school

En Estados Unidos, el último ciclo del colegio secundario, generalmente para alumnos cuyas edades están comprendidas entre los 14 y los 18 años. En Gran Bretaña, algunos colegios secundarios también se llaman high schools.

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