a list of students who have earned grades above a specific average during a semester or school year.
a list of names, usually on a plaque in a public place, of local citizens who have served or died in the armed services.
noun 1. a course in a university or college consisting largely of independent research terminating in a dissertation or a comprehensive examination, and earning for the student who passes it a degree with distinction.
noun 1. (in a college, university, or secondary school) a student society that admits members on the basis of academic merit and, sometimes, worthwhile contributions in extracurricular activities.
plural noun 1. privileges granted to a surrendering force, as of marching out of their camp or entrenchments with all their arms and with their colors flying.
noun 1. a system whereby the students at a school, the inmates in a prison, etc., are put on their honor to observe certain rules in order to minimize administrative supervision or to promote honesty.