Flom attended Townsend Harris High School and City College of New York.
What does THHS stand for?
THHS stands for Townsend Harris High School (New York)
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- The Heritage Hotel Manila (Pasay City, Philippines)
- The Healer's House Ministries Inc. (Randallstown, MD)
- Thermoplastic High Heat Resistant Nylon Coated (type of wire)
- Target Health Hazards Program (US OSHA)
- The Holocaust History Project
- Toronto Heart Health Partnership (Canada)
- Tactical Hand Held Radio
- Terre Haute Humane Society (Terre Haute, IN)
- Texas Handbook for Home Schoolers
- The Hills Have Shaba (band)
- Trabuco Hills High School
- Two Harbors High School (Two Harbors, MN)
- Texas Health and Human Services Commission
- Texas Health and Human Services Coordinating Council
- Testi Hip-Hop Tradotti
- Taeknihaskoli Islands (Technical University of Iceland; Reykjavik, Iceland)
- Target Hazard Index
- Teledyne Hastings Instruments (Hampton, VA)
- Temperature Humidity Index
- Texas Heart Institute (Houston, TX)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He graduated from Townsend Harris High School and then City College of New York.
The city’s non-specialized public schools also held their own: Townsend Harris High School in Flushing had four semifinalists, and Midwood High School in Brooklyn had three.
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Adam Stonehill, Townsend Harris High School Nominating Student: Liya Shuster Philadelphia Teacher: Ms.
Among charity activities were contributions to the Hospital of Joint Diseases, Yale University, New York Community Fund, Westchester Community College, Townsend Harris High School, and the UJA-Federation.
Townsend Harris High School, Flushing, Queens * Wednesday, October 25, 7 p.
A tie for Second Prize honors Jesse Ash, a senior from Townsend Harris High School in Queens, and Nina Macintosh, a sophomore from Stuyvensant High School in Manhattan, for their entries "Crossover" and "Orbis," respectively.