Archive for March, 2010
Do you agree if I’ll tell you that during high school days it is the most memorable year for us? In this year you experienced the first time in life, well depending on the kind.
“High school” is an institution that provides all or part of secondary education. There are so many schools in every country with different ways in teaching.
- Australia- the term “high school” refers to secondary school from Years 7 to 12, in other state some schools begin at 8.
- Brazil- the term “high school” (also referred to Secondary School and Ensino Medio”) refers generally to schools in grades ten through twelve. It is preparing for college they actually have the exam so that they’ll know who can have the guts in stepping the world of college.
- Canada- high school referred to as Secondary school or collegiate institute refers generally to schools comprising grades ten through twelve.
- England- they have this variations when referring high school. Some schools stated that it is a year where they teach grammar for girls, a year for secondary level. It depends on the school you wished to enroll.
- Germany- 9-10 ages required. High school for them varies depending on the age of the students.
- Iran & Israel- It took 3 years in studying this year. They have something in common.
- Japan- High school in Japan covers grades 10 through 12 it isn’t mandatory anyway but during 3rd year students took examinations in preparing for college.
- Lithuania- in this country high school is not for secondary education but for college one.
- Malaysia- it begins at the age of 13.
- Mexico-term for prep school, it started in 10-12 ages.
- New Zealand- it begins at age 9.
- Norway- you can enjoy high school life in 3 years.
- Pakistan- 9-11.
- Philippines- ages 12-13. It took 4 years to graduate.
- Scotland- refers to secondary institution.
- Singapore- 13-16.
- South Korea-10.
- South Africa-8.
- Taiwan- includes junior, senior, vocational high school, military school.
- US-ages 9-10 through 12.