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Possible Answers: LAGS, PATHS, SHADOWS, PATHWAYS, TAGSALONG, PTHS, LAGSBEHIND.
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This is a list of schools in the Northern Rivers and Mid North Coast regions of New South Wales, Australia. The New South Wales education system traditionally consists of primary schools, which accommodate students from kindergarten to Year 6 (ages 5–12), and high schools, which accommodate students from Years 7 to 12 (ages 12–18).
In New South Wales, a high school generally covers Years 7 to 12 in the education system, and a central or community school, intended to provide comprehensive education in a rural district, covers Kindergarten to Year 12. An additional class of high schools has emerged in recent years as a result of amalgamations which have produced multi-campus colleges consisting of Junior and Senior campuses.
While most schools are comprehensive and take in all students of high school age living within its defined school boundaries, some schools are either specialist in a given Key Learning Area, or selective in that they set examinations or other performance criteria for entrance. Grafton High School is the only selective school in the Northern Rivers region.
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Paducah Tilghman High School is a public secondary school in Paducah, Kentucky, and is the only high school of the Paducah Independent School District.
In recent years,[when?] Tilghman has earned fame for its championship track team and highly competitive football squad.
Paducah Tilghman High School’s predecessor was the Augusta Tilghman High School, which received its name from the wife of Brigadier General Lloyd Tilghman, an officer in the Confederate Army. In 1919, as a memorial to their parents, the sons of General Tilghman erected a statue of their father in Paducah, and gave the city $20,000 to buy a site for a high school. A site on Murrell Boulevard (currently South 10th Street) between Clark and Adams Streets was chosen, and the Augusta Tilghman High School was opened on September 19, 1921, replacing the former Paducah High School. In 1956, the new Paducah Tilghman High School was built alongside it. It honors General Tilghman. Paducah Tilghman High School is now located at 2400 Washington Street. The current school was built at a cost of 3.5 million dollars and opened in 1956. Sitting on a 23 acres (9 ha) site, the facilities include an auditorium that seats 1,612 and also contains The Paducah Area Vocational Technical School.