(in England and Wales between 1917 and 1951 and currently in New Zealand) a certificate awarded to school pupils who pass a public examination: the equivalent of GCSE: Abbreviation: SC
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How to use School Certificate in a sentence
After they have a School Certificate, entrance to the works is optional.A Journey Through France in War Time | Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
Every defective must work towards the primary School Certificate.Mentally Defective Children | Alfred Binet
Such conditional age and School Certificate shall be printed on green paper.Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921 | Anonymous
No child under 15 may be employed unless he or she has School Certificate.A Short History of Women's Rights | Eugene A. Hecker