Definition of state school in English:

state school

Pronunciation /stāt sko͞ol/ /steɪt skul/

Translate state school into Spanish

noun

another term for state university
‘I wanted my answer to talk about all the friends I'd made and how I'd learned at this small state school that I had a passion for journalism.’
  • ‘He said lowered attendance could reduce state school aid by $6 million daily.’
  • ‘TJ was going to state school as well, in case things didn't work out he could be close to home.’
  • ‘US teenager Melissa Brown, who says she will wear a white t-shirt to promote the Day of Purity at her Michigan state school, she was tired of feeling pressurised.’
  • ‘‘I didn't want to go to a huge state school where you're just anonymous,’ she said.’
  • ‘The attempt to influence votes was purportedly an attempt to boost the Democratic fight to prevent the state school from being closed.’
  • ‘Get an associate's degree and then move on to finish your bachelor's at a state school or private university.’