superschool

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

super- +‎ school

Noun[edit]

superschool (plural superschools)

  1. A very large or successful school.
    • 1967, U.S. News and World Report (volume 63, page 158)
      Five superschools will replace the 17 existing high schools. Each will have 5,000 to 6,000 students and a campus of about 40 acres.
    • 1998, Carter A. Daniel, MBA: The First Century (page 86)
      Sponsored by the National Association of Corporation Schools, the institution (which never materialized beyond the planning stage) was to consist of a superschool that would train employees in the latest theories and techniques of business management.
    • 2007, Steve Sullivan, Remember This Titan (page 42)
      A few years earlier a superschool had been built and its time had come. It just made economic sense.