SHP

(redirected from Seton hall prep)
AcronymDefinition
SHPSacred Heart Parish (various locations)
SHPStandards for Historic Preservation
SHPSecurity Health Plan (Wisconsin)
SHPSpanish for Health Professionals (various organizations)
SHPState Historic Park
SHPSupportive Housing Program (HUD)
SHPStudent Health Plan (various schools)
SHPSmall Hydro Plant
SHPShaft Horsepower
SHPSaint Helena Pound (ISO currency code)
SHPSafety and Health Practitioner (magazine; Institution of Occupational Safety and Health; UK)
SHPSmall Hydroelectric Plant
SHPSunstone Hotel Properties, Inc. (California)
SHPShape Source
SHPShaft Horse Power
SHPShape File
SHPSosyaldemokrat Halk Partisi (Turkish: Social Democratic People's Party)
SHPSean Healy Presents (booking service)
SHPShare Holding Pattern (investing)
SHPSolar and Heliospheric Physics
SHPSeton Hall Prep (Catholic preparatory school; West Orange, NJ; est. 1856)
SHPSelf-Help Program (various locations)
SHPSairaanhoitopiiri (Finland)
SHPSacred Heart Players (theater; New York)
SHPSub Health Post
SHPSomerset House Publishing, Inc. (Texas)
SHPStakeholder Pension
SHPSciurus Hosting Panel
SHPShort-Handed Points (hockey)
SHPSlough Heat Power (Slough Esatates)
SHPSociedade Hípica Portuguesa (Portugese)
SHPSims House Party (game)
SHPStandard Header Packet
SHPSir Henry Parkes
SHPShoulder High Productions
SHPSub-Harmonically Pumped
SHPSocial Hall Plaza
SHPStandard Holding Procedure
SHPSafe-Handling Practice (hazardous drug removal)
SHPStandard Hardware Program
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I dont think I deserve it so much as the guys who have stepped up next to me," said Gibbs, a high school All-American at Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, New Jersey.
Doria, who played at Seton Hall Prep, was a 2003 Holy Cross graduate.
He began his career at the newspaper as a copy boy in 1957 before graduating from Seton Hall Prep and later Seton Hall University in 1961.
They report that, according to Monsignor Michael Relly, headmaster of Seton Hall Prep, the immediate plan for the use of the 44-acre tract is for the expansion of the school's athletic fields.