Academic awards, ClubS and activities
MORE RIVERHEAD STUDENTS ARE TAKING MORE AP EXAMS EACH YEAR! In 2007, 140 students took 210 AP Exams, and, in 2011, 309 students took 548 exams. in that same time frame, AP students with scores of 3 or higher increased from 87 in 2007 to 146 in 2011. Most colleges will grant college credit to high school students who earn at least a score of 3 on an AP exam. RCSD was named to the College Board's AP District Honor Roll. [...]
RHS offers a Classics and Latin club, as well as a full line up of Art, Drama, Music, AP, Honors and College level courses, NJROTC, 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. [...]
Riverhead High School 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 their NJROTC
unit, which has achieved national recognition. A list of the clubs
and activities at RHS. A new group, "SOS", was recently formed to raise student awareness. [...]
student services & support
Summer School and Student Scheduling - 6/2012.
Phone: 63-369-6728 / 6729 or 6730. Hours: 7:15-2:05 M-F
A 21st Century Electronic Doorway Library - Digital Online Library.
High School Teacher Eboards - Assignments, Links, Course Information.
Information concerning athletic teams, health issues, schedules for games, etc.
Student athletes mus receive their physicals from Dr. Bellamy Brook and staff.
Alice McKillop, President, and Georgia Keiffert, Secretary, 3rd Thurs. of month @ 7PM, RHS.
Parent Support Group - Meets every other Monday in Rm 100 at RHS from 6-7:30PM.
Students under 18 must obtain "working papers" before they cn work. Inquire at Main Office.
Digital Links and Resources for students. Also check Teacher Eboards.
COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS
The COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS are a new set of expectations designed to ensure all students achieve college and career readiness. Forty-six states have now adopted these shared standards so their students can compete and succeed on a world stage. New York is one of those states. College and career success is also impacted by opportunities in teams, clubs and extracurricular activities.