At Brother Rice High School, Mack's teachers have been accommodating and flexible, usually providing Mack with a week or more to catch up on his assignments.
What does BRHS stand for?
BRHS stands for Brother Rice High School (Illinois)
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We have 17 other meanings of BRHS in our Acronym Attic
- Beth Rivkah High School (New York City)
- Birch Run High School (Birch Run, Michigan)
- Black River High School
- Black River Historical Society (Lorain, OH)
- Blue Ridge High School (South Carolina)
- Boca Raton High School
- Bridgetown Regional High School (Canada)
- Bridgewater-Raritan Regional High School (New Jersey)
- Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, IN, USA)
- Broad Run High School
- Burlington Route Historical Society (Illinois)
- Brainerd Regional Human Services Center (Aurora Four Winds Lodge Treatment Program; Minnesota)
- Blue Ribbon Home Warranty
- Bachelor of Religions of India
- Bagel Related Injury (humor)
- Bank Rakyat Indonesia
- Bank Rhode Island (Providence, RI)
- Banque des Règlements Internationaux (French: Bank for International Settlements; Switzerland)
- Bari, Italy (Airport Code)
- Bartol Research Institute
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chapman's edition of Fox Sports Network's Replay the Series will focus on his match-winning tip in for Bloom Township High School against Brother Rice High School back in 2000 - a game that was shrouded in controversy because the final shot happened right on the buzzer.
The Newcastle guard was part of a high school play-off game in 2000 that ended controversially and for the programme he will play for Bloom Township High School against the Brother Rice High School to finally "set the record straight".
Instructors at Brother Rice High School in suburban Detroit sought to join the Michigan Education Association, and last year, the Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) ordered school officials to allow them to do so.
Luckily, my best English teacher at Brother Rice High School in Chicago, Brother Austin Devane, was insistent that Shakespeare indeed wrote all the work attributed to him.