Middle school ages range from 11-14, high school ages range from 14-18 and college ages range from 18-21+.
*Remember that a student can skip grades, or some schools may be different (some middle schools are just 7th and 8th grade).
Middle school and High school ages depend entirely on individual school and when they set their Middle School. They vary from anywhere in years 6-9 (ages 10 - 15) for Middle school to Years 9-12 for High school (ages 14 - 18). Many schools do not have a Middle school, but separate into Primary and Secondary.
middle school is different from high school because when you get to high school you start taking classes that help achieve what you want to be when you grow up. in high school you start to figure out what you want to study for when you go to college. also, when you get to high-school the things you do in school starts showing up on your record so people tend to take high-school a lot more serious than middle school
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