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prep school in School topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprep schoolˈprep school noun [countable, uncountable]  informalSES a preparatory school
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prep schoolQ Our son is 11 years old and attends a prep school as a boarder.He brought a prep school curriculum to Mercy High.In a prep school match, a score of 32 rates with a Test century.This was a prep school now.From what Louise told her, this was a middle-income prep school, not one of the gilded establishments.The best students, who attended one of the few selective schools, received the equivalent of a high-quality prep school education.Those shy prep school guys at mixers with their endearing long hands and blushing complexions, I could make them laugh.