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1. Church School
Definition of church school
1.a school providing a general education but supported by a particular church in unlike a public school or a nondenominational private school which is not associated with any church.
2: an organization of officers, teachers, and pupils for purposes of moral and religious education under the supervision of a local church.
Definition of elementary school
: a school including usually the first four to the first eight grades and often a kindergarten.
Definition of community school
: a school that seeks to integrate children into the community by selected activities other than academic and at the same time serves as a community center for recreation and adult education.
4. Day School
Definition of day school
: an elementary or secondary school held on weekdays
specifically : a private school without boarding facilities.
Definition of Faith School:
a school especially for children of a particular religion.
A first school is a school for children aged between five and eight or nine in England and many other countries.
a school in England that receives money from the government, but is organized and controlled independently.
8. Grade School
(in the US) a school for children between the ages of about 6 and 12.
(in the US and some other countries) a school for young people between the ages of 14 and 18.
10. Lower School
a school, or the classes in a school, for younger students, usually between the ages of 11 and 14.
classes for adults, held in the evening.
12. Nursery School
a school for children between the ages of about two and five
She works as an assistant in a nursery School.
(also prep school)
(in the UK) a private school for children between the ages of 7 and 13.
14. Primary School
Definition of primary school
1: a school usually including the first three grades of elementary school but sometimes also including kindergarten
2: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
15. Rugby School
Is a leading English public school in the town of Rugby, Warwickshire, established in 1567. Its headmaster from 1827 to 1842 was Thomas Arnold, and it is the school where the book Tom Brown's Schooldays is set.
16. Private School
(also independent school)
a school that receives no money from the government and where the education of the students is paid for by their parents.
a school for young people between the ages of 11 and 16 or 18.
18. State School
(North American English public school)
a school that is paid for by the government and provides free education.