Outfielder Colby Sokol of Emerald Ridge High School in Puyallup, Wash.
What does ERHS stand for?
ERHS stands for Emerald Ridge High School (South Hill, Washington)
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We have 13 other meanings of ERHS in our Acronym Attic
- Ecological River Habitat Management (Australian Department of Natural Resources and Water)
- Eesti Rahva Heaolu Organisatsioon
- Horizontal Location Error (largest horizontal error projection; used by US Geological Survey for earthquake study)
- Efficient Reliable High Power Amplifier
- Eagle Rock High School (various locations)
- East Richland High School (Olney, IL)
- East Ridge High School (Clermont, Florida)
- Eastern Regional High Schools (Voorhees, New Jersey)
- El Rancho High School (Pico Rivera, CA)
- Eleanor Roosevelt High School (Greenbelt, Maryland)
- Ernest Righetti High School (Orcutt, California)
- Employee Relations and Health Services Center
- Expendable Retrievable Hollow Steel Carrier (perforating gun used in oil & gas)
- Electronic Reproductive Health Surveillance System (National Center for Maternal and Infant Health; Peking University Medical Science Center; China)
- Elevation Reactive Hyperemia Test
- Emergency Response Hospital Unit
- East Region Hockey Umpires Association (UK)
- Early Reading Intervention (education)
- Early Retirement Incentive (various organizations)
- Early Return Index
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The award-winners are: * Nicole Mina Askarian, Senior, Kings High School, Shoreline School District * Kayleigha Holten, Sophomore, Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup School District * Manpreet Kaur, Senior, Renton High School, Renton School District * Amy Li, Junior, Newport High School, Bellevue School District (405) * Kaitlin McKinnon, Sophomore, Everett High School, Everett School District * Melinda Mudd, Senior, Bonney Lake High School, Sumner School District * Lenda Nguyen, Junior, Garfield High School, Seattle School District * Nicole Torcolini, Senior, Central Kitsap High School, Central Kitsap School District (401) The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing is given out twice per year to nominees from the local metropolitan areas where NCWIT holds its bi-annual conferences.
Governor Gary Locke (D-WA) and Mayor Don Malloy will be on hand for Megan's homecoming October 6, at Emerald Ridge High School where Megan will be presented with a Key to the City by Mayor Malloy.