How old is an 8th grade student in the US?
Year / Grade Placement
|Age||UK Years||US/International Grades|
|12 – 13||Year 8||7th Grade|
|13 – 14||Year 9||8th Grade|
|14 – 15||Year 10||9th Grade (Freshman)|
|15 – 16||Year 11||10th Grade (Sophomore)|
How old is a typical 8th grader?
Eighth grade (or grade eight) is the eighth post-kindergarten year of formal education in the US, and is typically the last year of middle school. In England and Wales, the equivalent is Year 9, and in Scotland, the equivalent is S2. Usually, students are 13–14 years old in this stage of education.
How old are 8th graders in Australia?
Intermediate / Middle School (Secondary School)
|12 – 13||Year 8||Year 7|
|13 – 14||High School||Year 8|
|14 – 15||High School||Year 9|
|15 – 16||High School||Year 10|
What do you call a 9th grader?
Year One: Freshman (9th Grade) Year Two: Sophomore (10th Grade) Year Three: Junior (11th Grade) Year Four: Senior (12th Grade)
What grade is a 13 year old in Australia?
|Grade or Year 6||11–12||Primary|
|Grade or Year 7||12–13||Secondary|
|Grade or Year 8||13–14|
|Grade or Year 9||14–15|
Is there a Year 13 in Australia?
Australia. In certain Australian states, some schools will offer a ‘Year 13’ programme to students who wish to complete the usual one-year Year 12 programme over two years, or who were not successful in a sufficient number of subjects to attain the relevant Year 12 qualification on their first attempt.
What age is 1st pupil?
|Child’s age||Year||Key stage|
|3 to 4||Early years|
|4 to 5||Reception||Early years|
|5 to 6||Year 1||KS1|
|6 to 7||Year 2||KS1|