Establishing a legitimate scholarship fund has been a goal of his for years and it was accomplished last year when he partnered with the Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation.
What does WWHS stand for?
WWHS stands for Woodrow Wilson High School (Beckley, WV)
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- West Wiltshire Housing Society (est. 1989; UK)
- Westwood High School (Austin, Texas and Mesa, Arizona)
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- Who Would Have Thought?
- What We Hath Wrought (John Battelle book)
- When, Where, How and Why
- World Wide Hattrick Web
- Whole Whole Half Whole Whole Whole Half (music; major scale formula)
- Walking While Intoxicated
- Washington Wine Institute (Olympia, WA)
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She graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas.
According to DOE, Woodrow Wilson High School of Portland, OR received first place in the Grand Prix speed race, while the Harker School of San Jose, CA won first place in the "King of the Hill" competition, for successfully achieving a 20-degree incline with a hydrogen-powered model car.
When Cookie had her first baby at 18, shortly after graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1976, the system welcomed her with open arms.
Graduates of both Deal and Hardy eventually move to Woodrow Wilson High School, next door to Deal.
She was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School and of Bryant College, Providence, R.