School’s out for summer

Definition

School’s out for summer is an idiom that means that school is over for the summer and students are free from classes and homework.

Examples

I can’t wait for school to be out for summer so I can sleep in and relax!

School’s out for summer and I’m so excited for all the fun I’m going to have!

Origin

The idiom School’s out for summer comes from the title of the 1972 Alice Cooper song of the same name. The song was released as a single and became a hit, reaching number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 that year.

FAQs

How long does school’s out for summer last?

School’s out for summer typically lasts for around three months, depending on the school’s calendar and where you live.

When does school’s out for summer start?

School’s out for summer usually starts around the end of May or the beginning of June, depending on the school’s calendar.