I was going through the difference between InE and AmE. To my surprise, the table showed a strange thing.
In InE, they are college and universities; but they are schools in AmE!
Means the US has no colleges? If I say that my friend is studying in school, how do Americans know that the friend is in Medical/Engineering (college) or still studying theorems! In India, if you say that someone is in college, it simply means they are not kids anymore. In fact, if you behave childish in a college, you are most likely to hear, "Behave like a grown up; are you in school?"
According to the table, basic is elementary school; advanced to that is high school, and even advance to that is just school?