Where are some junior high schools at lodi CA?
On Locust street and it is called MILLSWOOD
Junior high and middle school are the same thing some people call it junior high and some people call it middle school. Since some people call high school senior high they call middle school junior high. This may be kind of confusing but middle school and junior high are the same thing just as senior high and high school are the same thing.
In some ways, every place where people can learn has the potential to be an educational place. But if you mean places of formal education, some of them are pre-schools, daycare centers, elementary schools, middle schools, junior high schools, high schools, community colleges, trade schools, colleges, universities, places where people can work as interns or assistants to others, such as bakeries, hospitals, retail stores, and anywhere where people gather for the purpose of learning.
Well, I started junior high when i was 12 , so i guess , ya! and most of my friends started junior high when they were 12 too, except some of my friends started when they were 13, some stared, 11, some even started when they were 14! lol so i hope the answer helped you! I started junior high when I was 11, and I went to high school at 14. It all depends…
Because most High Schools (in the US) consist of 9th-12th grades. 9th = Freshmen, 10th = Sophmore, 11th = Junior, and 12th = Senior. While some areas have 9th grade at the Jr High ans some others break High School into a 9th/10th and 11th/12th schools. The vast majority of High Schools in the US have 9th-12th grades. This is most likely to resemble a similar structure to a 4 year University and to prepare…
high schools in France are called 'collège' (for junior high) or lycée (senior high). The subjects taught are roughly equivalent (except there is no religious education). Some collèges or lycées can be boarding schools (especially in rural areas). French students often have their lunch at school (unless they live very close to the school). They don't have to wear uniforms.