interschool interschool


  • (adj) used of competition or cooperation between secondary schools


  1. The program was Quizdown, an interschool contest conducted on old-fashioned spelling-bee lines.
  2. Bangkok has been the scene of a series of strikes, and only two weeks ago of a student riot, caused primarily by interschool rivalries, in which 158 youths were arrested.
  3. What Harvard is offering now is a one-year interschool program in medical ethics that is much more about patients' rights, about the patients' equity in medical care.


  • To Do Sunday: PhilharMONSTER

    (Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images.) Enjoy some spooky pre-Halloween fun for all ages, plus a chance to make extra use of a beloved costume with PhilharMONSTER. Get your kid culture on as InterSchool Orchestras of New York’s Carnegie Hill Orchestra (ages 8 to 12) and ISO Symphonic Band (ages 12 to 19) perform spooky orchestral classics, as well as music from Star Wars and Harry ...
    on October 20, 2013     Source: The New York Observer


  • "It would be a major adjustment for me. I know it's an enormous responsibility. For the acting part, I've been doing stage since high school. In interschool competitions, I used to join in dramatic monologues and one-act plays. The singing style is...
    on Nov 30, 2009 By: Nikki Gil Source: Business Mirror

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