County High School

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Lee County High School (Leesburg, Georgia)
... Lee County High School is a public school located in Leesburg, Georgia, USA ... The mascot is a Trojan and the school colors are red, white, and black ... Progress) for seven years in a row and is part of the Lee County School District, which is one of only a few school systems in the state of Georgia to earn AYP for six years in a ...
List Of Schools In Redbridge - Secondary Schools
... Bancroft's School (Private) Beal High School (formerly Beal Grammar School for Boys) Palmer Catholic Academy Caterham High School Chadwell Heath Academy Cranbrook School (private) The Forest Academy Ilford County ...
Lincoln County High School (West Virginia)
... Lincoln County High School is a Class AAA high school in Hamlin, West Virginia. 2006 and completed in time for the 2006/07 school year ... (There are also schools named Lincoln County High School in Eureka, Montana, and other places) ...
MCTV 26 - Awards
... World of Storytelling Arts 2006 Silver Telly Award for the live coverage of the Mercer County High School Basketball Championships 2007 Aegis Awards ...
Charleston High School (West Virginia) - History - 1818-1915
... There were three Mercer Schools ... The second Mercer School, constructed in 1888, was on the site of where the last Charleston High building was built ... This building was used as a high school from 1888 to 1890, and then as a grade school from 1890 to 1903 ...

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