graded schoolSEE DEFINITION OF graded school
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRADED SCHOOL
It ought to be somewhere near the graded school, and there isn't any ploughed land about there.
Every graded school, private and public, should be conducted in English exclusively.
To this end he was sent to the "Fredericianium," a graded school of no mean quality.
John has the movies by night and his bicycle by day and a graded school to attend and a hundred aids and spurs where I had none.
In this town, at the Corners, for several years they tried to get a graded school, but the men voted it down.
In 1885, Mr. Hawkins returned to his native town and was elected as principal of the graded school.
In my fourteenth year my eyesight became strong enough to permit two terms in a graded school of six months each.
It 'u'd be better to tell her that things weren't very gorgeous there—about like the graded school in Boomtown, say.
Some regard this as an essential, and consider no Sunday school properly a graded school without it.
The above are all the elements that we consider essential; but there are also two adjuncts of Importance in the graded school.