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Hi. Would you please check if the article before the word "school" is correct?

1. He never attended a school in the district while most of others around him went straight from elementary school to high school from there.

2. (Let us assume the letters "XXXX" in different places represent some different (arbitrary) years appropriate.)

He attended a high school from XXXX to XXXX, and then went on to attend another high school in another state from XXXX to XXXX, finally finishing his high school in XXXX.
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1. He never attended school in the district, while most of the others around him went all the way from elementary school to high school there.

2. He attended one high school from XXXX to XXXX and then went on to attend another high school in another state from XXXX to XXXX, finally finishing in XXXX.
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Actually, I have another doubt:

Is it correct to say:

I attended elementary school at Park Street School, Boston, Massachusetts, and high School at Harvard School.

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I mean, can I use "at" in this cases?
"If you are a student, then you would "attend school" (without the "to"). If you are a parent going to a meeting at the school, or just going to pick up your kids, you would "go to the school". You can also say "I go to school" (as a student). And to make it even more difficult, if you were a parent, you could attend a meeting at the school. In a way, it does have to do with frequency. As a student, going to school regularly for the classes held there is the key. As a parent, it is just a location where you are actually doing something else, like picking up the kids." - http://www.italki.com/answers/question/16424.htm

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