A student or pupil is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution
. In Britain .... Although the term student may refer to learners of any age or level,
the term .... After the junio...
The ages of high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors range from
14-18. In college, ages vary widely because of the large differences in students' ...
For undergraduate day students, freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior
standing are determined by earned semester hours: Freshman: Less than 32 SH
Aug 7, 2015 ... I teach in England, so I know the English school system. I may, however, get my
... Note that ages are at end of year but are mostly accurate as staying back a ...
How are the terms "freshman", "sophomore", "junior", and "senior" ...
Freshman: Grade 9, or first year of college (American usage of the word "college"
) ... Schoolchildren above a certain age are assigned homework--when .... The
four "years" of High School are called Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior.
Apr 1, 2011 ... The latest words you asked us to define are: freshman, sophomore, junior and
senior – the words to describe what year of school someone is in ...
Apr 25, 2014 ... Ian K. asks: Why are students called freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and ... Since
the mid-14th century, senior has been used in English to ...
Freshman - A student in the 1st year of High School/College Sophomore - A
student in the 2nd year of High School/College Junior - A student ...
Apr 7, 2013 ... Freshmen - 1st year college/university student; Sophomore - 2nd year; Junior -
3rd year; Senior - 4th year. However, since the British ...
High School Freshman High School sophomore. High School junior. High School
Senior The same for. College Freshman College sophomore