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  • n. Plural form of schoolie.
  • n. Short for schoolies week.


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  • Many young school graduates - "schoolies" - might be considering travelling to Bali over the next six weeks, but they should think again. | Top Stories

  • They were among thousands of tourists who had descended on the island for the booze fest, described as a "schoolies on steroids". | Top Stories

  • Schoolies at risk in Bali high BALI and Fiji are becoming the destinations of choice for Australian "schoolies" - but the thousands taking their party offshore face potentially more serious hazards than the traditional Gold Coast or Byron Bay bashes. | Top Stories

  • It's called schoolies week and apparently involves these kids getting very excited and behaving very badly. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Based upon the reaction she's getting, it seems the schoolies are a little camera shy.


  • And the fact that I'm using "schoolies" might be part of the problem.

    Will Durst: Manhattan Flannel

  • We don't have an equivalent in Australia of that stature - although when kids finish Year 12 exams and are technically done with secondary education, then there is something called "schoolies" week where school leavers head off to a coastal town, book into the local caravan park and the excess starts from there.

    When it is OK to lecture

  • Drunken troops run amok during 'schoolies' binge at sports tournament

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • I told Greg back at the hostel, he said that they don't take in any 'schoolies', as they'd just trash the place! TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • WHILE thousands flock to the Gold Coast and other tourist destinations to celebrate "schoolies", former Catholic College Bendigo student Nigel Self is making a difference.

    The Advertiser


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