In Australia, Year Eleven is typically the twelfth year of education and fourth year of high school education. Although there are slight variations between the states, most students in Year Eleven are aged between sixteen and seventeen. Queensland year eleven students are the youngest in the country, as they usually enter at age fifteen.
In New South Wales, Year Eleven is the shortest year as it only lasts three whole terms. Year Twelve begins its first term where Year Eleven would have its fourth.
In Quebec, Grade 11 (sec. 5) is the final year of secondary education, followed by CEGEP. In all other provinces a student continues to Grade 12. In Newfoundland and Labrador, grade 11 was the final year of high school until the introduction of grade 12 by the Progressive Conservative government of Brian Peckford under education minister Lynn Verge.
The eleventh grade is the last year in secondary education. In this year, all students are required to do an internship in any subject field. To differentiate from Universities' internships, the practice is called 'alphabetisation'; most of the time is related to community services, such as teaching in schools, or assisting in hospitals or libraries. Students also do the ICFES National Test and they present to the draft for the Colombian Army. By law, the army cannot recruit under-age students; most of eleventh-graders are aged 16–17, and the draft is almost changed for the payment of a monetary fee. This year is called the senior year.
 England and Wales
Year 12 or Lower Sixth form is comparable to the 11th grade of other systems. It is the sixth and penultimate year of secondary education. It is not compulsory for somebody who entered secondary school before September 2008 to attend these last two years. During Year 12, two Advanced Supplementary units are completed (either written exams, coursework or a mixture, depending on subject). Usually students choose four AS-Level subjects in Year 12 (some students may decide to take three or five). Students then go into Year 13- (Equivillent to 12th grade) and usually choose to drop a subject. They then go on to complete 3 subjects and successful completion generally results in the awarding of A-Level qualifications though BTEC's can be received.
The eleventh grade is the second grade of High School.
It is Fifth year or Cúigú Bhlian of Secondary School (for 15- to 17-year-olds as there is an optional year beforehand). In this year, students prepare for the Leaving Certificate.
 Northern Ireland
The system is similar to the English one at this age. Lower Sixth Form (Year 13), pupils start on a two-year course, at the end of which they will hopefully have gained three 'A' Levels in their chosen subjects.
In some parts the eleventh grade is the 2nd year of high school.
Grade eleven is the first of two years in college (grade twelve being the last and final year before postgraduate and university education) and is equivalently referred to as "first year." Students in this year level are sixteen to seventeen years old.
The eleventh grade is final year of secondary education, the end of the high school, and it is an examinational year, when training to USE is being more powerful, then in tenth grade. Priority of education in this year is given to repeat the material learned in high school (Fifth to Tenth years) in Mathematic, Russian language and in exam subjects by pupils' choice.
In Scotland, fifth year (of secondary education) or S5 is optional, where pupils will generally sit Higher qualifications which form the core entry requirements for university. It is followed by an optional final sixth year (also known as S6).
The closest equivalent to the eleventh grade is the first year of post-obligatory school, called "Bachillerato". It is not mandatory and it lasts two years between 16 and 18. It is a preparatory period during which students prepare to take the university entrance exam (Prueba de Acceso a la Universidad, PAU) and to go to university.
This is the second year of High School.
 United States
Juniors are the third year class of high school. Many students take the SAT Reasoning Test and/or ACT in the second half of their 11th-grade or junior year. Typically during this year, students interested in attending higher education facilities tend to search at around the second part of that year. In the US, a student at this grade is typically referred to as a junior.
Mathematics students usually take Algebra II, but classes like trigonometry or pre-calculus are sometimes offered for students who wish to take Advanced Placement math classes in their senior year. Depending on the location there may be a combination of any of the listed subjects. They may also take easier courses such as Algebra I and geometry if they do not have the required prerequisites for the more advanced courses that are listed above. Students who are advanced in mathematics often take calculus or statistics. In science classes, juniors are taught usually Biology, or Chemistry especially Lab Chemistry. Atoms, molecules, and stoichiometry is taught as well.
In English class, a college-preparatory curriculum would also include American literature. Often, English literature (also referred to as British literature) is taught in the junior year of high school. Books and authors learned include The Glass Menagerie, The Scarlet Letter, The Crucible, The Great Gatsby, Jonathan Edwards[disambiguation needed], Amy Tan, and Lorraine Hansberry.
In a social studies curriculum, eleventh-graders in the United States are usually taught US history or the world from the 1870s to the 21st Century. They may also acquire more advanced world culture and geography knowledge, along with some more-advanced social studies such as psychology and government.
While normally followed by twelfth grade, some colleges will accept excelling students out of this grade as part of an early college entrance program. Alternatively, some students may choose to graduate early through standardized testing or advanced credits.
Grade 11 is equal to the Second Year of Secondary Education.
Pupils follow their lessons and courses in a secondary school in which they stay from the age of 15 to the age of 19 (4 School Years).
Before entering to a secondary school, pupils can stay for the Basic Education's End Tunisian National examination.
Laureates of this exam of every governorate access to a regional Pilot Secondary School, formerly known as [Lycée Pilote]
 See also
Twelfth grade or CEGEP (Québec Only)