Jaylea Falk, a student at Eureka High School in Eureka, Calif.
What does EHS stand for?
EHS stands for Eureka High School (Eureka, California)
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- 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)
- Euclid High School (Euclid, OH)
- 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)
- Exercise and Health Science (various schools)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He graduated from Eureka High School and attended Humboldt State University.
a senior at Eureka High School, has been an instrumental leader in his school's "Hope Week," a weeklong series of fundraising events that yielded more than $55,000 for the Dax Locke Foundation, a charity that provides funding to St.
Conn, who was raised in Humboldt County and graduated from Eureka High School, has over 18 years of combined legal secretarial, administrative and public relations experience.
He graduated from Eureka High School in Eureka, Calif.
For the first time in their 17-year history, the Eureka High School (EHS) Auto Shop Team will be racing in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) National Championships Valvoline Runoffs -- the "Superbowl" of amateur sports car racing in the United States.
He graduated from Eureka High School and had worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad.
Sarah, a junior at Eureka High School in Eureka, developed and presents an illustrated talk about diabetes to audiences of all ages in her community.