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  2. Compulsory education - Wikipedia

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    A total of ten years (of study, and not schooling, as suggested here), where Primary school is year 1-7 (without grades), and Lower Secondary school (with grades) is year 8-10. Philippines: 4-6: 18: This was modified from 6-16 due to the addition of compulsory kindergarten and senior high school. Poland: 7: 18

  3. Education in Japan - Wikipedia

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    Lower secondary school covers grades seven through nine, with children typically aged twelve through fifteen. There are 3.5 million primary school students in Japan as of 2012, down from over 5.3 million in 1990. However, the number of junior high schools has remained relatively static, falling from 11,275 in 1990 to 10,699 in 2012.

  4. W. T. White High School - Wikipedia

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    W. T. White High School enrolls students in grades 9-12 and is a part of the Dallas Independent School District. The school, named in honor of the Dallas school superintendent who served from 1946 to 1968, is located in North Dallas about a mile southwest of the Interstate 635 (LBJ Freeway) and Dallas

  5. Sammamish High School - Wikipedia

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    Sammamish High School (commonly Sammamish or SHS) is a public secondary school in Bellevue, Washington, US, serving students in grades 9–12.Opened in 1959, the school was the second of the four traditional high schools in the Bellevue School District, with admission based primarily on the locations of students' homes.

  6. Education in Australia - Wikipedia

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    As an alternative to the middle school model, some secondary schools divided their grades into "junior high school" (Years 7, 8, 9 and 10) and "senior high school" (Years 11 and 12). Some have three levels, "junior" (Years 7 and 8), "intermediate" (Years 9 and 10), and "senior" (Years 11 and 12).

  7. Jackson-Reed High School - Wikipedia

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    Jackson-Reed High School, formerly Woodrow Wilson High School, is a public high school in Washington, D.C. It serves grades 9 through 12 as part of the District of Columbia Public Schools. The school sits in the Tenleytown neighborhood, at the intersection of Chesapeake Street and Nebraska Avenue NW. It primarily serves students in Washington's ...

  8. Carl Schurz High School - Wikipedia

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    The school was formally dedicated on the evening of 18 November 1910, with a presentation of a bust of the school's namesake. Able to accommodate 1,400 students, the building included an assembly hall, gymnasium, foundry, forgeroom, a physiographical lab, and lunchroom. Schurz High School has a twin on the south side of Chicago.

  9. State school - Wikipedia

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    The Italian school system is divided into three grades: ... Direct control of education is a power ... whereas independent schools usually charge attendance ...

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