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Night school

A night school is an adult learning school that holds classes in the evening or at night to accommodate people who work during the day. It can also apply to a community college or university that hold classes for the aforementioned purpose, but also admits undergraduates.[1]

Certain high schools, almost always private or charter do exist infact, but are usually hard to find.

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