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When do schools usually have spring break?

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Schools typically break for spring holiday in April, often two weeks before or after the Easter holiday. SpringBreak.com provides spring break dates for different institutions in the United States.

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When do schools usually have spring break?
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The time and duration of a school's spring break depend on the location and type of school. Most colleges in the United States have a one-week long Easter break from March to April in the weeks preceding the Easter holiday. K-12 institutions have a two-week long spring break called “Easter Vacation.” Schools in the state of Maine and Massachusetts hold spring break in the third week in April, which coincides with Patriots’ Day.

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