Definition of county school in English:

county school

Line breaks: county school
Pronunciation: /kaʊntiˈskuːl
 
/

noun

(In the UK) a school that is established and funded by the local education authority.
More example sentences
  • However, she said that the council were in favour of the site being used as a county school rather than a Church of England school, as this would mean a more inclusive system for local children.
  • In one ongoing case, a former pupil is suing the county school board after being barred from singing at her graduation ceremony because of the song's references to faith and God.
  • But county school leaders said teachers were responsible enough to handle the controversial material sensitively.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove ads and access premium resources

Word of the day conspicuous
Pronunciation: kənˈspikyo͞oəs
adjective
standing out so as to be clearly visible