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  2. Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School - Wikipedia

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    bbhcsd .org /highschool _home .aspx. Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School is a comprehensive public high school located in Broadview Heights, Ohio, United States. The school has approximately 1,350 students in grades 9–12. [1] Students come from the communities of Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and a very small segment of North Royalton.

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    The Brecksville–Broadview Heights Middle School, for grades 6–8, and Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School (BBHHS), for grades 9–12, are located on a campus that spans the border between Brecksville and Broadview Heights. Approximately 4,000 students attend the district at any one time. Academic Ratings

  4. Broadview Heights, Ohio - Wikipedia

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    The Brecksville–Broadview Heights Middle School, for grades 6–8, and Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School (BBHHS), for grades 9–12, are located on a campus that spans the border between Brecksville and Broadview Heights. Approximately 4,000 students attend the district at any one time. Academic Ratings

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    The Suburban League was established in 1949 by the larger high schools in the Summit County League. The original charter members were Copley, Green, Hudson, Manchester, and Northfield–Macedonia. In 1956, Highland joined for football only and competed for the '56 and '57 titles. The league expanded to nine schools in 1958 with the additions of ...

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    Cave Johnson is a fictional character from the Portal franchise first introduced in the 2011 video game Portal 2. He is voiced by American actor J. K. Simmons and created in part by Portal 2 ' s designer Erik Wolpaw. He is referenced by a computer username in the first game and appears indirectly in Portal 2.

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    A web portal is a specially designed website that brings information from diverse sources, like emails, online forums and search engines, together in a uniform way.Usually, each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information (a portlet); often, the user can configure which ones to display.