noun, plural school·chil·dren.
Examples from the Web for schoolchild
He informed Costa, as one might a schoolchild, that “the world of finance is not as simple as some would have you believe.”Romney’s Panama Misadventures Open Our Eyes to Offshore Tax Evasion|Mark Braude|July 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Every schoolchild knew it, because every American history book had it.
And must I say what every schoolchild knows: that actions speak louder than words?
It is said to be the composition of a small Boston schoolchild.Patty's Success|Carolyn Wells