summer-school

summer school

noun
1.
study programs offered by a school, college, or university during the summer to those who wish to obtain their degrees more quickly, who must make up credits, or who wish to supplement their education.
2.
a school offering such programs.

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism

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summer school
 
n
a school, academic course, etc, held during the summer

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