American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A school that holds classes in the evening.
- n. A school, typically used for the purpose of continuing education with classes held predominately in the evening to accommodate students with typical day shift work schedules.
- n. a school that holds classes in the evenings for students who cannot attend during the day
“Science Against Crime and his instructor for the USC night school course “Forensic Pathology for Beginners.””
“By this point in his life, Richard had a night school MBA and a series of professional triumphs under his belt, mostly in the fast-food sector—The Cheese-Bomb Mini-Pizza™ and The Double-Wide Burger™ were two of his notable achievements.”
“After this he took private lessons in Mr. Dempsey Ferebee's night school in Norfolk, from there he attended night school at the Odd Fellow's Hall on Bute Street, Norfolk, under Rev. J.”
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