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summer school in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsummer schoolˈsummer school noun [countable, uncountable]  SESSECcourses you can take in the summer at a school, university, or college
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summer schoolWe then went to a summer school in general relativity at Cornell University in upstate New York.And then he was leaving for the Devon summer school.Harvard summer school would have been a tantalizing experience for her.Families travel to Los Angeles for intensive summer school sessions.Booming attendances during the summer school holidays brought in an extra £500,000 at the turnstiles.The change will add an estimated 33,000 new students to the summer school rosters, which last year reached about 200,000.