She graduated from Saint Joseph High School in New Jersey and lived in the New York/New Jersey area, before moving to Worcester forty-three years ago.
What does SJHS stand for?
SJHS stands for Saint Joseph High School (various locations)
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We have 15 other meanings of SJHS in our Acronym Attic
- San Juan Hills High School (San Juan Capistrano, CA)
- Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
- St. Joseph Health Ministries (Lancaster, PA)
- St Joseph Hospital and Medical Center
- Show Jumping Hall of Fame (Topeka, KS)
- Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point (bullet type)
- St. Johns Housing Partnership (Florida)
- San Jacinto High Rollers (motorcycle club; Texas)
- San Jose Heritage Rose Garden
- Saint John High School (Saint John, NB, Canada)
- San Jacinto High School (San Jacinto, CA)
- Selwyn Jones High School
- St Joseph's High School (Bacolod City, Negros Province, Philippines)
- St. John Health System (various locations)
- St. John's High School (Bangalore, India)
- St. Johns High School (St. Johns, Michigan)
- Stonewall Jackson High School (Manassas, Virginia)
- St. John's High School, Shankerpura (India)
- San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor (California)
- Stichting Jongeren Huisvesting Utrecht (Dutch: Youth Housing Foundation Utrecht; The Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Diageo, the world's leading spirits, wine and beer company and industry leader in promoting responsible drinking, brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at Mount Saint Joseph High School today.
Francis High School in Sacramento who was a top 100 recruit on the Soccer Buzz Web site; Melissa Buich, a forward from Monte Vista High School in Alamo; Natalie Farah, a defender/midfielder from Saint Joseph High School in Cerritos; and Danielle Sweeney from Foothill High School in Pleasanton.