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Extracurricular and Academic Offerings at RHS
RHS offers a Classics and Latin club, as well as a full line up of Art, Drama, Music, AP, Honors and College level courses and a full range of junior varsity, varsity and intramural sports teams. In addition, the school provides a variety of clubs to meet the diverse extracurricular needs of its student body. An academic Wall of Fame honors academic achievement.
RHS is proud of its athletic teams, intramural programs, and special physical fitness programs. RHS teams have a reputation for both sportsmanship and academic standing among LI athletes. RHS is also proud of its alumni and their athletic achievements.
RHS Sports Schedule
Best place to get up-to-date information on the schedule for high school sports.
A list of the clubs and activities at RHS. One of the newest clubs at RHS is its Rowing Club.
RHS School Profile Brochure
For a brochure that gives you a quick overview of the school's offerings, click HERE for the School Profile Brochure (pdf).
RHS Community Service Clubs
Riverhead High School also produces students who have "heart"! Its student body learns to respect diversity and has one of the few Councils for Unity on Long Island. RHS students also have a strong reputation for community service.
RHS is very proud of the achievements of its NJROTC unit, which has achieved
From a study in EDUCATION NEWS: The data also show that kids with the highest test scores are the most active in afterschool activities. Two-thirds of kids in the top quarter of test takers played sports, for example, compared to less than half in the lowest quarter.
This study has calculated that the odds of attending college were 97 percent higher for youngsters who took part in school-sponsored activities for two years than for those who didn't do any school activities. Three times as many had a GPA of 3.0 or higher; twice as many scored in the top quarter on math and reading tests. And 68 percent expected to get a college degree, compared to 48 percent of kids who weren't.