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#beginquote# I also am not sure what you are asking. In Canada ( and I guess the UK) they refer to what year of school they are in as "Grade 7", etc. In the states most school reverse that and say "the 7th grade". You can be in a music class as long as it is offered in your school. Sometimes music is "graded" as far as the level of difficulty. Grade I being the easiest up to Grade VI being the hardest. When musical groups go to competition they may recieve a "grade". This would indicate the level of performance they achieved. 1st Division being the best and 5th Division being the worst. They may be refering to the grade they recieved in their class. A,B,C,D,F. #endquote#
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