my school has same system with Japanese then, but they change the year now kinda like Elementary year 1 -> Elementary year 6 -> Middle school year 7 -> Middle school year 9 -> High school year 10 -> High school year 12
It's hard to explain the school 'levels' when there are different names for them, but they sound the same, what we call "Hogeschool/Universiteit" is literally translated to "Highschool/University", but those are different levels in the US and Japan I guess
We have kindergarten for I think 1 year, then 6 years elementary school, 2 years middle school, and 4 years high school. University varies a lot. You can finish in 4 easily, but a lot of people take 6 or more.
I see. We had a 'sort of' big graduation? Not sure what you would call big, because the school was relatively small, in a not too big town. But there was no dress code (heck, there are barely any schools with uniforms in holland)
But when I graduated high school I didn't see any of them in college, until I met some in different fields after a few months, turned out they were in the same building, but on a different floor and different wing xD
And one of the lines literally bans any clothing with a color associated with any gang. Which means literally every color ever.
I remember one case where they didn't like a particular outfit that was nonetheless perfectly acceptable under all the other rules. So they found a gang which used blue as a symbol color and proceeded to suspend the girl for wearing blue pants.
@LoganM I never fully understood it, but since these days caps are usually worn by those with a lower education level (I mean the wide caps with a glowy sticker on them) I guess I can understand. But while I never fully understood why caps were not allowed in class, I could, for some reason, get behind it
@LoganM Hm, somewhat of a let-down, not so much because I'd like to hear about her misfortune, but more that I am surprised they actually did think that one through, instead of just doing that for the sake of doing it
That paragraph still says that the administrators can decide that your clothing violates the dress policy for any reason they choose, but from what I've heard they haven't had to enforce this very seriously.
But I'm pretty sure there's some law somewhere which wouldn't have allowed them to use uniforms, and even if they had wanted to it would have been prohibitively expensive and too much work all-around to switch.
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