›a place where people, esp. young people, are educated: [C]a nursery/grade/elementary/secondary/graduate school[C]What school do you go to?[U]The kids walk to school.[C]The whole school knew about the incident (= all the students and teachers at the school knew about it).›School also means the time spent in school: [U]School is out early today.›School also means the process of being educated in a school: [U]Krista starts school in the fall.[U]I’ve got one more year of school left.›A school is also a part of a college or university specializing in a particular subject or group of subjects: [C]Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies›A school is also a place where a particular subject or skill is taught: [C]a driving/dancing/art school›School is also a college or university: [U]We went to school together in Atlanta.