High school

high|school

hī/ sko?ol/
n.noun

High school is a phase of schooling that typically comprises of grades 9 through 12. The purpose of high school is to prepare students for life after adolescents. In high school, a student will learn the necessary knowledge that is considered to be fundamental for living a functional, adult lifestyle. High school is also used to help prepare students for college, an elective source of schooling if they choose to continue their education.