The first institution labeled as a "high school" was Edinburgh's Royal High School in Scotland , which was founded in Students typically do four years of study, with eight core subjects and electives, both of which vary by school. A transcript lists the course grades received during the student's entire tenure at the school and compiles them into a cumulative GPA. Study halls are sometimes offered, which don't contribute to GPA or number of credits earned. Amenities, experiences, extracurriculars, and breadth of available courses is dependent on funding. Society was moving from an agrarian model with small independent plots to an industrial one, where workers needed to be literate and numerate. The length of the school day varied with the seasons, but there was a shortage of Latin speakers available to become teachers because the job was unattractive due to low status and low pay.
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