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senior school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsenior schoolˈsenior ˌschool noun [countable] British English  a secondary school
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senior schoolThe Elton Report advocates senior school staff carrying out random attendance checks on individual lessons.Two-thirds had attended a school visit which would have required organisation by senior school management.By the time she was in senior school her love of fashion was firmly established.Kylie progressed from Camberwell's infant section into the senior school and, at least romantically, left Grant behind.
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