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trade school

noun
1.
a high school giving instruction chiefly in the skilled trades.
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • There's always been a hierarchy between trade school, community college and university.
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  • Failing that, seek out a trade school or on the job training to increase your value and productivity.
  • He had tried but failed to learn welding at a trade school.
  • Maybe attend a trade school or continue in the family business.
  • Then he went to trade school so he could work in the heating and air-conditioning industry, which led him to his current job.
  • Successful careers can start at a vocational or trade school where you can pick up training for a variety of skilled jobs.
  • The qualifications for an applicant to teach these trade subject areas are identical to those for teachers at a trade school.
  • High school diploma plus specific trade school or on the job training.
British Dictionary definitions for trade school

trade school

noun
1.
a school or teaching unit organized by an industry or large company to provide trade training, apprentice education, and similar courses
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