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What does BHS stand for?

BHS stands for Bellaire High School

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He received his secondary school education in the public schools of Bellaire, earning his diploma from Bellaire High School (1940).
Fort Dodge, Iowa Western First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Rogelyn Agliam Alden Godoy Melody Joy Gamulo Age 13, Grade 8 Age 12, Grade 7 Age 13, Grade 8 Kalakaua Middle Kalakaua Middle Kalakaua Middle School School School Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Southwest First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Ruishi Wang Janie Enloe Desi Alexander Age 15, Grade 10 Age 12, Grade 7 Age 12, Grade 6 Bellaire High School Home Ed Plus Home Ed Plus Bellaire, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas REGIONAL WINNERS AGES 6-11 Middle Atlantic First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Justin Garcia Fuad Balashov Kristen Diane Maxwell Age 9, Grade 4 Age 10, Grade 5 Age 11, Grade 6 Garcia Home Ashburton Elementary Washington New Church Sch.
Digication, by enabling students to view and comment on each other's work through portfolios and online discussion, has provided me with a powerful and easy-to-use way to inject my praxis with socially mediated ways of learning," said Brian Beard, English teacher at Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas.
8 grade point average and a degree in Finance -- Earned enough credits to complete his undergraduate degree in just three years; took summer school courses while at UConn -- Earned college credits while attending Bellaire High School in Houston -- 2004 Academic All-American of the Year, and a two-time first-team Academic All-American Emeka Okafor's Athletic Achievements -- 2004 National Player of the Year and National Defensive Player of the Year while leading UConn to the NCAA National Championship -- Named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four, and had 24 points and 15 rebounds in championship game against Georgia Tech -- Started 103 games in three seasons, averaging 13.