"Det finns sex klasser på skolan."
Translation:There are six classes at the school.
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I was basically wondering the same thing. Classes is pretty versatile. It looks like Klasser does share at least a few of the meanings of its English counterpart. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/klass#Swedish Also, "classes in school" should probably be accepted like "classes at school", possibly dependent on which definition is in use.
This one always confuses me a little. I would say that a school has '7 grades' (meaning that students are in Grades 1 - 7) but there could be 14 classes say, if there were enough students to have two classes for each grade. Which meaning does "Klasser" have in this particular context? (I apologize for my Canadian-ness). :-)