Industrial High School

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Ministry Of Industry (Vietnam) - Vocational Schools - Vocational High Schools
... Cam Pha Industrial High School, Cam Pha Town, Quang Ninh Province Industrial High School III, Phuc Yen Town, Vinh Phuc Link Thai Nguyen Industrial High School, Thai Nguyen Town Viet - Duc ... Thai Nguyen Province Industrial Economic Management School, Giai Pham, Hung Yen ...
Câmpina - Education
... There are 5 high schools in Campina Nicolae Grigorescu National College Forestier Industrial High School Energetic Industrial High School Constantin Istrati Technical College Machines Construction Industrial ...
List Of High Schools In Japan - Prefecture - Kagoshima
... Japanese Wikipedia Amami Senior High School Ei Senior High School Fukiage Senior High School Fukuyama Senior High School Hiwaki Senior High School Iwagawa Senior High School Izumi Senior High ...
List Of High Schools In Japan - Prefecture - Tokyo - Prefectural
... Adachi Senior High School Adachi Nishi Senior High School Adachi Shinden Senior High School Akirudai Senior High School Asuka Senior High School Chihaya Senior High ...

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