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is this correct? J'ai fait ma scolarité de Mount Carmel école

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You could say things like :

J'ai fait ma scolarité à l'école de Mont-Carmel (if you want to translate even the school's name)

Or

J'ai fait ma scolarité à l'école "Mount Carmel" (which would be the best choice in my opinion)

In both sentences, ma scolarité can be replaced by mes études.

Ecole can be replaced by université or faculté. Ecole is said when you are in something like an engineering/business school, while the other ones would be more adapted for actual colleges.

  • and how about word "graduation"? it equivalent word in french? – unknown_error Jun 5 '16 at 19:05
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    If you wish to say "I graduated from" etc., one way to say it is "Je suis diplômé de (l'école)", or "j'ai eu mon diplôme à (l'école)". – Paul Picard Jun 5 '16 at 19:13

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