Poet of the year (2008), Stanford's Who's Who, Strathmore Who's Who, Editor's Choice award (2007-2009), Euclid High School performance and many more.
What does EHS stand for?
EHS stands for Euclid High School (Euclid, OH)
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We have 220 other meanings of EHS in our Acronym Attic
- Esbjerg Handelsskole (Esbjerg, Denmark business academy)
- Escambia High School (Pensacola, FL)
- Escanaba High School (Escanaba, Michigan)
- Escondido High School (California)
- Espérance Hauts de Seine (French psychiatry aid)
- Essential Health Services (various locations)
- Essex Historical Society (Essex, CT)
- Ethernet Home Switch
- Ethical Humanist Society (various locations)
- Etowah High School (Woodstock, Georgia)
- Eureka High School (Eureka, California)
- European Home System Consortium
- Evans High School (Evans, GA, USA)
- Evening High School
- Event Handling System (software)
- Everett High School (Washington)
- Evergreen High School (Washington)
- Exception Handling System
- Exchange Hosted Services (Microsoft)
- Executive Hire Show (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scholarship sponsors and recipients were: * The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Michelle Neely, Woodward High School, Toledo * BISYS Jaclyn Lee, Euclid High School, Euclid * Ernst & Young Chanel Porter, Toledo Christian School, Maumee * Honda of America Manufacturing Ryanico Reyna, Cardinal Stritch High School, Toledo * Deloitte & Touche Kyusun Chung, Dublin Coffman High School, Dublin "What I learned from ACAP is that diverse opinions and ideas make a good team great.
Both Krause brothers work part time: Dan, ExchangeNet president, also works for a brokerage firm, and Michael, the co-systems manager, has to go to Euclid High School in the mornings.
Henri Buford entered Euclid High School in 2003 as a freshman with nearly 2,000 classmates.
This year's participating schools included Bedford High School, Cleveland School of the Arts, Euclid High School and Richmond Heights High School.
Schools opening this year as part of OHSTI include Lima Senior High School, Lima City Schools; East High School and Glenville Academic Complex, Cleveland Municipal School District; Euclid High School, Euclid City Schools; Admiral King High School and Southview High School, Lorain City Schools; McKinley High School, Canton City School District; Cleveland Heights High School, Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District; Scott High School and Libbey High School, Toledo Public School District; Brookhaven High School, Columbus Public Schools; Shaw High School, East Cleveland City Schools; Rayen High School, Chaney High School, and Wilson High School; Youngstown City School District.
Additionally, Maria Jesus Tavdone Villanueva of Shaker Heights High School and Dominick Mercondte of Euclid High School will receive scholarships to the Cleveland Institute of Art.
Additionally, Maria Jesus Tavdone Villanueva of Shaker Heights High School and Dominick Mercondte of Euclid High school will receive scholarships to the Cleveland Institute of Art.