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What does AHS stand for?

AHS stands for Aberdeen High School (Washington)


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Marshall, Arizona State University; Steve Marvel, PA; Dorothy Matthews, Russell Sage College, NY; Shana McAlexander, Carolina Biological, NC; Bonnie McCormick, University of the Incarnate Word, TX; Joe McInerney, National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics, MD; Jacqueline McLaughlin, Penn State Lehigh Valley; Colleen McLinn, Cornell University Ornithology Lab, NY; Gary Melching; Preetha Menon, University of California Santa Cruz; Jon Miller, Northern Illinois University; Jennifer Miller, Bishop McCort High School, PA; Saber Mohamed Abd Allah, Beni-Suef Medical University, Egypt; Chris Monsour, Tiffin Columbian School, OH; John Moore, IN; Randy Moore, University of Minnesota; Apryl Moore, Aberdeen High School, MD; Jonathan Morris, CT; Catherine A.
Mcdonough High School in Pomfret Christopher Lawrence of North Point High School for Science, Technology & Industry in Waldorf Kayla Marshall of Westlake High School in Waldorf Frederick Shelby Coghill of Brunswick High School Jennifer Johnson of Governor Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick Harford Hailey Cramer of Aberdeen High School Alicen Jobes of Havre De Grace High School Kelly Kundratic of Harford Technical High School in Bel Air Caitlyn McSorley of Bel Air High School Howard Ruqayyah Albaari of Hammond High School in Columbia Fabian Castro of Long Reach High School in Columbia Jason Cho of Reservoir High School in Fulton Monique Jenkins of Mt.
Boeing is sponsoring the expansion of the program in 2012 to schools in four states: Fairborn High School in Ohio (Wright Patterson Air Force Base), Lawton High School in Oklahoma (Fort Sill), Kellam High School in Virginia Beach (Langley Air Force Base, Fort Monroe, Naval Station Norfolk) and Aberdeen High School in Harford County, Maryland (Aberdeen Proving Ground).