No. " high school graduates" is a noun but it is not a proper noun and as such should not be capitalized.
Only capitalize high school if you're talking about a specific school as in Manning High School.
It should be ---- We will all be attending high school this spring.
It should be capitalized only at the beginning of the sentence and when it forms part of the proper noun. Example: Manila Science High School
He will attend Edison High School in the Fall.
No, the word high school does not have to be capitalized, unless it is part of the name of a particular school or is in a title.
Not unless it's part of the name of a specific institution. For example, "He is going to high school," but "He is going to Central High School."
No. It should be capitalized only at the beginning of the sentence and when it forms part of the proper noun. Examples: High school days are exciting. Maria graduated from Pedro Guevara Memorial High School.
John attended Sunset Elementary School and graduated from Sunrise High School in May of 1980 should be the way the sentence is capitalized.
No. Except when you're stating the name of a school and "Junior High" is in the name.
I don't think it would be capitalized unless it was a proper noun, such as "Marshall High School." Otherwise I think it's just "high school."
It is not necessary to capitalize junior high school unless it is part of the proper name.I attend ABCD Junior High School in Philadelphia.I attended two different junior high schools.
If you use the specific full name of the club then, yes, it should be capitalized.
If you have a college degree, you can list just the high school and college you graduated, on your resume. When you fill out an application for employment, you should list your high school and all college work.
These words should be capitalized if they are a title that is attached to a proper name, such as President Obama or Principal Smith. Otherwise, they are not capitalized. E.G. My brother is a high school principal. My mother was the president of the family business.
Go to college.
You can't go to law school right after high school; one of the minimum requirements for entrance to law school is an undergraduate college degree, preferably with a very high GPA.
Get really good grades in college. High school will not matter as much as the college grades to get into law school.
The phrase 'high school principal' would only be capitalized if you are talking about a specific person. Most often, it is not capitalized.
Yes, because it is a propern ou n. It should be Washi ngto n High School.
No, except at the beginning of a sentence because it is n ot a proper n ou n.
High School is not too important, but you should take college prep type courses. Coroners normally have a medical degree, so you need good college grades to get into medical school.
You need to complete the requirements to graduate. High school is not like college where you study one thing.
High school courses don't matter, none of them will count in college.