The girls lacrosse team hosted Apponequet Regional High School on Tuesday.
What does ARHS stand for?
ARHS stands for Apponequet Regional High School (Freetown-Lakeville, MA, USA)
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We have 6 other meanings of ARHS in our Acronym Attic
- Aboriginal Rental Housing Program (Australia)
- Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
- Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (American College of Rheumatology)
- AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses (journal; International Retrovirology Association)
- American Racing Hot Rod Association
- Australian Rotary Health Research Foundation
- Australian Rotary Health Research Fund
- Australian Rural Health Research Institute
- Algonquin Regional High School (Northborough, MA, USA)
- Amherst Regional High School (Nova Scotia)
- Arcadia High School
- Archbishop Rummel High School (Metairie, Louisiana)
- Archbishop Ryan High School (Philadelphia, PA)
- Association of Residence Hall Students (university group)
- Autosomal Recessive Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia
- Art History And Theory
- Automatic Rating High Yield Investments Programs
- Aaron Rents, Inc. (various locations)
- Abbey Road Interactive Studios (London, England)
- Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Samples in periodicals archive:
Massachusetts State Honorees: Julie Sargent, 17, Tahanto Regional Middle High School, Boylston Taylor Leong, 12, Crisafulli School, Westford Distinguished Finalists: Marco DiBlasi, 13, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly Farms Michael Gants, 18, Lexington High School, Lexington Solomon Goldstein-Rose, 17, Amherst Regional High School, Amherst Matthew Hershfield, 17, Sharon High School, Sharon Moira Landry, 14, Swampscott Middle School, Swampscott Hayley Morais, 17, Apponequet Regional High School, Lakeville Michigan State Honorees: Emily Smith, 18, Seaholm High School, Birmingham Phoebe Holmes, 13, Oakview Middle School, Oakview Distinguished Finalists: Thomas First, 18, Cassopolis Ross Beatty Junior/Senior High School, Cassopolis Noelle Goffnett, 17, Mt.
The Rosemount team -- Abby Ceglar, Sara Devitt, Katelyn Paget and their advisor -- was selected over two other finalists, Apponequet Regional High School (Massachusetts) and Wichita High School East (Kansas), and a number of other DECA high school chapters nationwide who entered the inaugural competition.