Zirkel was born and raised in Winchester, graduated from Winchester High School (1949) and Boston College with a bachelor's degree in 1953 and was on the golf team.
What does WHS stand for?
WHS stands for Winchester High School (Winchester, MA)
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- Wildlife Health Sciences (various organizations)
- Willard High School (USA)
- Willi Hennig Society
- William Howard School (UK)
- Willyama High School (Broken Hill, NSW, Australia)
- Wilson Hall School (Sumter, SC)
- Wilson High School (New York)
- Wilson Historical Society (New York)
- Wilsonville High School
- Wilton High School (CT, USA)
- Windham High School (Ohio, USA)
- Windows Home Server (Microsoft)
- Windsor High School (Windsor, Connecticut and Colorado)
- Winfield High School (West Virginia)
- Winnacunnet High School (Hampton, New Hampshire, USA)
- Winnetonka High School (Kansas City, MO)
- Wisconsin Historical Society
- Wissahickon High School (Pennsylvania)
- Woburn High School (Woburn, MA, USA)
- Wolcott High School (Wolcott, CT)
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This year alone, the two companies have partnered on four athletic fields for clients that include Canal Winchester High School (OH), Hickory High School (PA), Smith College (MA) and the Cleveland Browns.
Based on spot checks conducted at the beginning of the school year and again at the end, seatbelt usage increased from 60 percent to 74 percent at Franklin Heights High School and from 74 percent to 78 percent at Canal Winchester High School.
Local high schools involved with the scholarship include Conant High School, Conval Regional High School, Keene High School, Bellows Falls Union High School, Monadnock Regional High School, Hinsdale High School, Winchester High School and the Cheshire Career Center.
This year's interns are two sets of twins, Ursuline Academy students and Weswood residents Bianca and Otavia Tropeano, both 17; and Winchester High School students Andrew and Tim Sack, both 15.
He was a 1938 graduate of Winchester High School and was a three - sport varsity athlete excelling in football, basketball and baseball.
Illinois semifinalists are: -- Carly Giffin, Winchester High School, Winchester -- Brook Li, Illinois Math and Science Academy, Aurora -- Ami Shah, Illinois Math and Science Academy, Aurora In total, nine students from Illinois were among the 123 competitors from 26 states and the District of Columbia who are receiving scholarship awards.
After completing the walk, he accepted a teaching position in the special education department at Winchester High School.