The grade levels in high school and college follow the same rules as the lower class levels. The words freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior should not be capitalized unless used in a title or referring to the names of organized entities, such as “Junior Class.”
Capitalization: The Days of the Week, the Months of the Year, and Holidays (But Not the Seasons Used Generally) Days, months, and holidays are always capitalized as these are proper nouns.
So, in modern usage, it appears that the rules for capitalization are: Spell the year out in lowercase. Except in wedding invitations, where the first letter is capitalized because everyone does it.
Year is a common noun. We say leap year, normal year, good year, bad year and year of Olympics. It cannot be called a collective noun. Collective nouns are names of groups of people, things, animals or ideas.
fourth year(in the US) the fourth year or 12th grade of a student's high school period.
(4) senior year, and someone in their fourth year is a senior. Senior can be abbreviated as "sr." in writing. These same terms apply in the same way to the four years of a standard high school: 9th grade is freshman year, 10th grade sophomore year, 11th grade junior year, and 12th grade senior year.
These same terms apply in the same way to the four years of a standard high school: 9th grade is freshman year, 10th grade sophomore year, 11th grade junior year, and 12th grade senior year.
rebellingIn the Suzanne Collins book, an Avox is someone who has been punished for rebelling against the Capitol. Their tongues are cut out, which forces them to be unable to speak. In Hunger Games, Katniss recognizes an Avox from when she was hunting with best friend Gale in the woods outside of District 12.
Definition of the B-Value The quadratic function is f(x) = a * x^2 + b * x + c. The b-value is the middle number, the number next to the x. The other letters, a and c, are also numbers like b. Each of these can be any number. In combination, they tell you what the quadratic function will look like when graphed.