Translation of scholastic in Spanish:


académico, adj.

Pronunciation /skəˈlæstɪk/ /skəˈlastɪk/

See Spanish definition of académico


  • 1 formal

    (achievement/profession/opinion) académico
    • It is also a little reassuring that scholastic achievement across the range of abilities is so welcomed and valued in the public reaction to the results round.
    • He didn't have the scholastic achievement I did.
    • The first issue may include measures of scholastic achievement, aptitude tests, and selection interviews.
    • My parents were never particularly interested in my scholastic achievements.
    • I heard about everyone's grades and scholastic achievements.
    • Although before we parted this last time he said something about maybe getting back into scholastic teaching.
    • And why should a man deny his nature when that nature calls, even in the face of his scholastic learning?
    • Certainly, many boys continue to conquer scholastic summits, especially boys from high-income families with educated parents.
    • That is, the program and network, its host, and its audiences were more cerebral, more scholastic, and more directly concerned with effecting change than its blowhard competitors.
    • We next explore the issue of student failure and whether increasing students' academic control can improve their scholastic development.
    • Their key goal is achievement, but this aim is not exclusively scholastic.
    • The Scholarship Board believes that part of the eligibility requirements for receipt of scholarship money is scholastic excellence.
    • For self-perceived scholastic competence, however, students' self-ratings declined over the course of high school.
    • In one hour, respite from the hardships of scholastic vocation was so easily achieved.
    • In 1988, at a Composition Committee meeting, the discussion centered on whether any form other than the scholastic essay could be appropriate for the English Composition curriculum.
    • These children exhibited significant problems of scholastic underachievement, without any evidence of mental subnormality, learning difficulty or any behavioural or emotional disorder.
    • I resist it only because I think leadership is a quality that can't be enumerated with scholastic precision.
    • In the tradition dominant in the United Kingdom, North America, and Australasia moral philosophy became increasingly scholastic and removed from the ethical concerns of real people.
    • These events were in contrast to the more scholastic atmosphere of the sports tournaments which were umpired by teachers from the village primary school.
    • With all the emphasis that she put on scholastic matters, she never really stressed sports or other forms of regular physical exercise.
    • The aim is to promote their dominance in such areas as football, recruiting and scholastic sports along with its in-depth coverage.
    • As of mid-December 2003, there were scholastic chess events scheduled in Seattle, for February 2004, that were already fully booked and closed to new registrants.
    • This is the only book that I'm aware of that directly addresses the needs and concerns of the most important participants in scholastic tournaments: the players and their parents.
  • 2also Scholastic

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