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Hi

As a junior, I went to a school called The Inkwell, a little Protestant Church of Ireland school that backed .......

--- I'm not sure what he means by "junior" Does it mean that he was still going to primary school, but as far as I know the author was 12 years old then......
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I think some high schools used to split the pupils between junior & senior, so it could mean that.
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Hi,

As a junior, I went to a school called The Inkwell, a little Protestant Church of Ireland school that backed ..

--- I'm not sure what he means by "junior" Does it mean that he was still going to primary school, but as far as I know the author was 12 years old then.

In my experience, 'a junior' is not a natural way to refer to someone in a context like this. I'd have trouble figuring out exactly what he means.

Best wishes, Clive
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So he was rather going to high school than to primary school?

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In the absence of further information, I have no idea. In the UK though, at the age of 12, he would've been in first year at high school, which would be junior high in the countries that split between junior and senior.
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