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private school

noun as in school with tuition

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The governor also announced Thursday that the state will provide 1 million coronavirus tests to public and private schools that offer in-person learning.

Last spring, the coronavirus forced the small private school to transition to remote learning, erasing spring football workouts and vacating the campus into summer.

It was a closed public school across the street from a private school operating with students on campus.

As an English and sociology teacher at a private school in Howard County, he had been meeting with small groups of students since the fall, staying masked and distant.

That amount is near twice the median income of families in the state and provides taxpayer assistance to families who can already comfortably afford to send their child to a private school.

The children went to private school, weekends were spent at the country club.

Caribbean vacations, luxury yachts, exclusive swimming lessons, and the best private school in south Florida.

When you think about it, every private school has its odd customs, traditions, and taboos.

Belia, who has a post-graduate degree, makes a little less than that as a head mistress at a private school.

And in case you were wondering, both the attorney general and the president send their children to private school.

Helen Ervin's life in a private school for girls at San Francisco had been uneventful until her graduation.

There was no longer the same zest in the little scandals and petty spitefulness of a private school.

The boy was sent to a private school of a high character, and Sir Peregrine was sure that he had been so sent at his own advice.

It combined the advantages of a first-class high school with the advantages that the best type of private school affords.

Public school being different from private school, Emmy Lou at once began to learn things.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to private school, such as: parochial school, preparatory school, and independent school.

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