The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) recommends that names of degrees, fellowships, and the like are lowercased when referred to generically, but to capitalize the name of a degree when it is displayed on a resume, business card, diploma, alumni directory, or anywhere it looks like a title rather than a description.
The phrase “high school” should not be capitalized when used in a sentence unless you are referring to a specific high school such as “Langley High School.” You should also capitalize “high school” when used in a headline or title. Examples of Correct Usage: He attends McLean High School.
Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior when referring to individuals, but always capitalize names of organized entities: Sara is a junior this year. Frank is a member of the Class of 1990. She's in the Junior Class.
When used as a noun, “high school” is always two words separated by a space. When used as an adjective, “high school” may be hyphenated before a noun in order to prevent ambiguity.
High school is always expressed as two separate words. High school is the correct spelling. Highschool is bad spelling and grammar.
Hyphenate when three or more words form an adjective (or rephrase the sentence to avoid it): high-school-age children (to avoid confusion with “high school-age children” (not a good thing!), a sixty-foot-long boat, an over-the-counter drug, a winner-take-all contest, a one-on-one game.
As some of us know, "high school" is never hyphenated when used as an adjective, even when it precedes a noun (as in "high school student"), which is the usual rule. Is there a list of other compound adjectives that NEVER take a hyphen, regardless of placement?
High school should be spelled as two words, which is called an open compound.
For example, some compound adjectives are never hyphenated, regardless of placement within a clause, such as “high school” in the phrase “high school student.” Even adverbs, in combination with adjectives, often need to be hyphenated in a similar manner as compound adjectives.
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Love & Lucky is the 51st episode of the Fairy Tail anime.
NatsuLucy likes Natsu but she herself isn't sure about her feelings. But we all saw that coming. It's natural for her to fall for him because he's the one who saved her from Bora and invited her to Fairy Tail (making her dream come true). He is always there for her when she needs help/support.