Lowercase first-year, sophomore, junior, and senior. Only capitalize when part of a formal title: “Senior Prom.” Do not use the word “freshman.” Use “first-year” instead.
Proper nouns are capitalized. Jane Doe's major is elementary education. John Doe majored in Christian ministries and minored in writing and editing.
The classes of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior are common nouns, not proper nouns.
The grade levels in high school and college follow the same rules as the lower class levels. The words freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior should not be capitalized unless used in a title or referring to the names of organized entities, such as “Junior Class.”
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