Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with schoolkid:

2 syllables:
chew the cud,
blue blood,
drew blood,
new blood,
tooth bud,
chews the cud,
du sud,
fuel can,
rule can,
school can,
school fund,
soul can,
stool blood,
you loved,
boot cut,
fuel gas,
school but,
blue bloods,
brute blood,
food can,
fruit cup,
fuel was,
group can,
loose tongued,
pool was,
rule was,
ruled as,
rules as,
rules on,
school bus,
school run,
school was,
school when,
school young,
schools as,
schools has,
schools on,
smooth tongued,
soon come,
soul was,
tooled up,
tools as,
truth can,
use can,
blew lid,
cool head,
you lead,
crew cut,
you cut,
you let,
blue leg,
cmu cl,
cool as,
cooled blood,
few can,
fuel up,
new love,
pooled blood,
rule as,
rule has,
rule on,
rules can,
school as,
school comes,
school funds,
school has,
school on,
schools can,
soul as,
soul has,
soul on,
too can,
tool up,
tools can,
true love,
truth conveyed,
view can,
you can,
you come

3 syllables:
ulan ude,
acute blood,
dilute blood,
fewer blood,
hughes ted,
produce blood,
reduce blood,
reduce flood,
refuse blood,
remove blood,
transfuse blood,
cooler blood,
newly dubbed,
truly loved

4 syllables:
absolute dud,
absolute blood,
absolute nadir,
medusa bud,
molecules on,
molecule comes,
molecules can

Some other possibilities:

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