During his senior year at Texas' Duncanville High School, with his family struggling to make end's meet, Jones was forced out of his home and onto the street.
What does DHS stand for?
DHS stands for Duncanville High School
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We have 282 other meanings of DHS in our Acronym Attic
- Downingtown High School
- Dracut High School (Dracut, MA Usa)
- Drilled Hole Size
- Drug Hypersensitivity Syndrome (adverse drug reaction)
- Dryden High School (Ontario, Canada)
- Dual Homed Station (Cisco)
- Dublin High School (Dublin, CA)
- Dumont High School (Dumont, New Jersey)
- Dunbar High School (Fort Worth, Texas)
- Dunbarton High School (Pickering, Ontario, Canada)
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Before retiring last year, DuBose was teaching Microsoft Certification at Duncanville High School outside Dallas, Texas, as well as training teachers in workshops on the same subject.
David graduated from Duncanville High School and is the son of Mary and Michael Trombley.
The head coaches for the Girls Game are Cathy Self-Morgan, head basketball coach at Duncanville High School in Duncanville, Texas, and Al Austin, head coach at Ribault High School in Jacksonville, Florida.
Al Austin, head basketball coach for Ribault High School in Jacksonville, Florida, will coach the Girls East squad, while Cathy Self-Morgan, head coach at Duncanville High School in Duncanville, Texas, will lead the West squad.
Paul High School Notre Dame (Los Angeles, CA) C Tiffany 6'4 170 Duncanville High School Texas Jackson (Duncanville, TX) C Kalee Carey 6'5 190 Canyon High School Texas (Canyon, TX) Head Coach James Anderson, Narbonne High School (Harbor City, CA) Assistant Coach Carl Tinsley, Oregon City High School (Oregon City, OR) Admin.
Catchings was the 1995 Illinois High School Player of the Year as a sophomore at Stevenson High School while leading them to a state title before transferring to Duncanville High School (TX) where she also led her team to a perfect 40-0 record and a state title during her senior season.