- Harmony School of Science, Harmony School of Science - Sugar Land, TX
- Stellenbosch High School, called HSS from its Afrikaans name Hoërskool Stellenbosch.
- Humanities and social sciences, as a collective name for these academic disciplines (as opposed to other groupings, such as STEM or STM )
- Holy Spirit School of Tagbilaran - located in the Philippines
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“I think the most important education that we have is the education which now I am glad to say is being accepted as the proper one, and one which ought to be widely diffused, that industrial, vocational education which puts young men and women in a position from which they can by their own efforts work themselves to independence.”
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