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    What's your school

    Hi,

    Some schools teach up to 5th grade, some to 8th grade and some to 10th. How can I say it when I'm asking someone?

    What's your school last grade?
    What's your school up to?

    I just can't make a sentence. Please help.
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    Re: What's your school

    "What's the highest grade at your school?"

    This could be ambiguous as schools both group students into grades and issue grades to students, but I think it would be understood.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: What's your school

    What's the highest grade that your school teaches?
    or
    Up to what grade does your school teach?

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