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Here is a list of English vocabulary words related to school:

  • School: An institution for the teaching of students
  • Class: A group of students who are taught together
  • Grade: A year or level of education, typically indicated by a number or letter
  • Student: A person who is enrolled in a school or other educational institution
  • Teacher: A person who teaches, especially in a school
  • Principal: The head of a school
  • Dean: The head of a department or division of a university or college
  • Professor: A teacher at a college or university who has the highest rank
  • Lecturer: A teacher at a college or university who gives lectures
  • Tutor: A person who gives private instruction, especially in a particular subject
  • Curriculum: The subjects that are taught in a school or program of study
  • Syllabus: A document that outlines the content and goals of a course of study
  • Textbook: A book used as a standard work for a course of study
  • Homework: Work that students are required to do outside of class
  • Assignment: Work that students are required to do for a class
  • Exam: A test that is taken in order to assess a student’s knowledge or ability
  • Quiz: A short test or examination, typically given to students as a way to review material
  • Grade point average (GPA): A measure of a student’s academic performance, calculated by dividing the total number of grade points earned by the total number of credits attempted
  • Credit: A unit of measurement for the amount of work done by a student in a course
  • Degree: A qualification awarded by a college or university upon the successful completion of a course of study
  • Education: The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university
  • Learning: The acquisition of knowledge or skills through study, experience, or being taught
  • Knowledge: Facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education
  • Intelligence: The ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills
  • Skill: The ability to do something well, especially because of training or practice
  • Talent: A natural ability or aptitude, especially for a particular task or activity
  • Gifted: Having a natural ability or aptitude, especially for a particular task or activity
  • Motivation: The reason or reasons why someone does something, especially the psychological factors that drive a person’s actions
  • Learning style: The way in which a person learns best, based on their individual characteristics and preferences
  • School year: The period of time during which a school is in session
  • Semester: One of two divisions of an academic year, typically lasting about four months
  • Trimester: One of three divisions of an academic year, typically lasting about three months
  • Quarter: One of four divisions of an academic year, typically lasting about three months
  • Attendance: The act of being present at a place, especially a school or place of work
  • Absence: The state of being away from a place or not present
  • Tardy: Late, especially to school or a meeting
  • Truancy: The act of staying away from school without permission
  • Dropout: A person who leaves school before graduating
  • Graduation: The ceremony at which a degree or diploma is conferred
  • School district: A geographical area that is served by a particular school or group of schools
  • Public school: A school that is funded and run by the government
  • Private school: A school that is not funded by the government and is typically run by a private organization
  • Charter school: A public school that is run by a private organization under a charter granted by the state
  • Magnet school: A public school that has a particular focus or theme, such as science or the arts, and is designed to attract a diverse student body
  • Homeschooling: The practice of educating children at home, typically by their parents
  • Distance learning: A method of education in which students learn remotely, using online courses or other forms of technology
  • Online learning: A method of education in which students learn remotely, using the internet and other forms of technology
  • Continuing education: Education that is taken by people who have already completed their formal education, typically in order to improve their skills or knowledge in a particular field
  • Enrollment: The process of registering or enrolling in a school or program of study
  • Registration: The process of enrolling in a school or program of study
  • Admissions: The process of applying to and being accepted by a school or program of study
  • Acceptance: The act of accepting or being accepted, especially by a school or program of study
  • Rejection: The act of rejecting or being rejected, especially by a school or program of study
  • Entrance exam: A test that is taken in order to be admitted to a school or program of study
  • Scholarship: Financial aid awarded to a student on the basis of academic merit or other achievements
  • Grant: A sum of money awarded to a person or organization, especially for a specific purpose
  • Loan: A sum of money that is borrowed, typically from a bank, and is expected to be repaid with interest
  • Bursary: A sum of money that is awarded to a student, typically on the basis of financial need, to help pay for their education
  • Major: A subject of study that forms the main part of a student’s course of study
  • Minor: A subject of study that is taken as a secondary or supplementary part of a student’s course of study
  • Concentration: A particular area of study within a major
  • Elective: A course that a student can choose to take as part of their program of study
  • Required course: A course that a student must take in order to fulfill the requirements of their program of study
  • Coursework: Work that is done as part of a course of study, such as assignments, papers, and projects
  • Credit hours: A unit of measurement for the amount of work done by a student in a course
  • Degree program: A structured program of study leading to a degree
  • Master’s degree: A degree that is awarded by a graduate school or university, typically after one or two years of study beyond the bachelor’s degree
  • Doctoral degree: The highest degree awarded by a graduate school or university, typically after three or more years of study beyond the master’s degree
  • Seminar: A small group of students who meet with a teacher to discuss a particular subject
  • Workshop: A class or seminar in which participants engage in a particular activity, such as writing or painting
  • Conference: A meeting of experts in a particular field, typically to discuss research or other developments
  • Symposium: A meeting or conference at which experts deliver addresses or papers on a particular subject
  • Colloquium: A seminar or conference at which experts in a particular field discuss current research or other developments
  • Lecture: A talk or presentation given to an audience, typically at a college or university, on a particular subject
  • Presentation: A talk or demonstration given to an audience, typically in order to inform or persuade
  • Speech: A talk given to an audience, typically in order to persuade or inform
  • Debate: A formal discussion on a particular topic in which opposing arguments are presented
  • Homeroom: A classroom in a school where a student starts and ends their day
  • Library: A building or room that contains a collection of books, periodicals, and sometimes films and recorded music for people to read, borrow, or refer to
  • Laboratory: A room or building equipped for scientific experiments, research, or teaching
  • Auditorium: A large room or hall, typically with a stage and seating for an audience, used for concerts, plays, or other public performances
  • Cafeteria: A room in a school, hospital, or other institution where meals are served to the public
  • Gymnasium: A room or building equipped for indoor sports, exercise, or physical education
  • Playground: An area, typically outdoors, for children to play on, typically equipped with play equipment
  • Field: A large open area, typically outdoors, used for sports or other physical activities
  • Court: An area, typically indoors, used for playing sports, especially basketball or tennis
  • School board: A group of people elected or appointed to oversee the operation of a school or school district
  • Parent-teacher association (PTA): An organization that promotes cooperation between parents and teachers in order to benefit the students
  • Student council: A group of students who are elected or appointed to represent the student body and to work on projects and activities that benefit the school
  • Student government: A group of students who are elected or appointed to represent the student body and to work on projects and activities that benefit the school
  • Club: A group of people who meet regularly for a particular activity or interest
  • Team: A group of people who work together, especially in a sport
  • Band: A group of musicians who play together, especially a group that plays popular or jazz music
  • Orchestra: A large group of musicians who play together, especially classical music
  • Choir: A group of singers who perform together, especially in church services or concerts

I hope this list is helpful!

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