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RHHSRiverhead High School

700 Harrison Ave
Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: 631.369.6727/23
Grades: 9-12

 

 

RHS June Regents Exam Schedule

RHS June Regents Bus Schedule

National Honor Society Induction

AP & Honors 2021 Summer Assignment Letter to Students

AP & Honors 2021 Classroom Codes for Summer Assignments

 

 

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Principal: 
Sean O'Hara

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Assistant Principal: 
Kellyann Parlato
      

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Assistant Principal: 
Nicole Taylor 


RHS is a comprehensive four-year High School with approximately 1,800 students in grades 9-12. The HS has a teaching and professional staff of about 155 and a very diverse student body.
 


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AP Exam 2021 Transportation Plans for Students who are testing in school and not attending in person classes at the high school:

Buses will be available for RHS students on all testing days at 12:00 and 4:00 using the 5 Late bus areas. Attached are the area breakdowns. The buses will be at the rear of the HS for 11:45 (for the noon dismissal) and then again for the 4:00 dismissal.

AP Exam Dismissal Areas

Virtual RHS students who need transportation to the high school for an afternoon exam should contact the HS Guidance Office or the Transportation Department for specific busing arrangements.


Riverhead High School will be holding their AP exams, pen and paper in-school during Administration I from May 3 – May 17.

Students who elect not to enter the building to test will be provided the option of testing from home. All at-home exams will be digital (online) exams and offered over two administration windows:

  • Administration II At Home-Digital (May 18 - 21, 24 - 28)
  • Administration III At Home-Digital (June 1 - 4, 7 – 11)


Students will take the digital exam from their home on the scheduled date and time. In advance of these exams, AP will release information about the testing module, and preparation classes for taking the exams. We will communicate this information when it becomes available.

Riverhead High School AP students who elect not to test in-school during Administration I must notify their AP teacher no later than Monday, March 22, 2021. Students must communicate to their teacher which At Home-Digital testing administration (II or III) they will be selecting.

2021 AP Exam Schedule


Graduation 2020

Click here to watch the ceremony
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Password: RH6261730

 

Graduation Photographer Form

If you wish to order graduation photos, please download and fill out the attached photographer form and submit to the high school when you pick up your diploma.

 

 

SPEECH/LANGUAGE RESOURCES

Online Supplemental Resources for Students and Families

Video message from Riverhead High School

 

 


Current News

A Lunch to Remember

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The accomplishments of Riverhead High School valedictorian Aria Manucha were celebrated on June 7 during a virtual Suffolk County School Superintendents Association recognition ceremony. Manucha viewed the ceremony along with her family, high school Principal Sean O’Hara and interim Superintendent Christine Tona while enjoying lunch.

58 Inducted into Riverhead National Honor Society

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During a socially distanced candle-lighting ceremony, 58 Riverhead High School juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society.

To be eligible for membership, the students were required to maintain an unweighted GPA of 88 or better; meet the standards of leadership, service, citizenship and character; and complete 30 hours of community service.

Also named during the ceremony were the new officers: Kaya Payton, president; Riley Wendt, vice president; Morgan Dunn, treasurer; and Grace Dono, secretary.

The Riverhead Central School District congratulates the following inductees: Emily Amaya, Gabriel Arruda, John Barry, Jack Bazarewski, Jayden Binkis, Catherine Bonilla, Makayla Brown, Joanna Burkowsky, Frederico Cardenas Perez , Patrick Cerna, Cole Chapman, Francesca DiStefano, Grace Dono, Kathryn Donohue, Roger Dow, Ryleigh Downs, Riley Dunbar, Morgan Dunn, Emma Eager, Meleny Estrada Cortez, Sean Gellner, Alexander Golyski, April Gonzales, Lucien Heilman, Sarah Jones, Scott Kamm, Joseph Kruszon, Alvin Levik, Emily Lewin, Angelina Maligres, Justin Mason, Quinn McCabe, Savannah McDonald, Cruz Mendez, Tamara Meneses, Ahmed Mohammad, Rita Nigro, Matthew Nitti, Kai Partridge, Kaya Payton, Kyla Pellettier, Natalia Radziwonski, Rachel Rempe, Marina Ronzoni, Matthew Roth, Madison Runnalls, James Ryan, Jacob Schiavone, Ellie Schultz, Monica Silva, Ava Lily Sumwalt, Logan Swenk, Anastasiya Tsikh , Alyssa Warnken, Justin Weber, Riley Wendt, Hannah Witt and Emani Womack.

To watch the induction ceremony, click here.

2020-2021 Academic Awards

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NEW DATE: Riverhead Thespians Recreate ‘High School Musical’

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UPDATE: Due to forecasted rain, the outdoor viewing event has been rescheduled for June 5 at 9 p.m.

With special permission from Disney, the Riverhead High School Blue Masques have produced their own film version of “High School Musical.” The production will be presented to the community at a special outdoor viewing on the Riverhead High School football field on Friday, June 4, at 9 p.m. Virtual showings will be streamed on June 4 and 5 at 7 p.m. and June 6 at 2 p.m.

In addition to the film’s premiere, there will be a special performance by local musicians Roadtrip. Both in-person and virtual viewing tickets are $10. Tickets must be purchased in advance. In-person viewing is subject to social distancing guidelines and all guests must wear a mask. Bleachers will be available on a first-come basis. Guests can also bring a chair for field seating.

The students began producing the film earlier this school year, working hard with director Laura Nitti and 2019 Riverhead alumnus Jacob Nitti to record and mix all of the sound for the movie. Senior Madison Stromski worked tirelessly to film and edit the entire show with the help of production assistant Caitlyn Brennan. Students Morgan Stromski and Dave Loddengaard created the lighting design for stage work utilizing the school’s new lighting equipment.

The production was made possible through the generous support of the Riverhead community, including the Friends of the Blue Masques parent group. The screen was paid for by FOBM and provided by Diane Tucci of Main Street Productions. The district assisted in the coordination of school space for the filming of scenes.

To purchase tickets: Click Here

WISE Women

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Riverhead High School science students in grades 10-12 culminated their yearlong participation in Stony Brook University’s Women in Science and Engineering program with a virtual research presentation on May 4.

During the presentation, the high schoolers spoke about the scientific research and experimentation they had conducted with mentors as part of the WISE program. Their research included the effects of diffusion, bacterial culture, DNA collection, the importance and use of solar energy, and the relationship between fear conditioning and activation of cells.

“Despite being limited to virtual meetings due to the pandemic, these young women were able to expand their horizons and present their research to friends and family,” said advisor Paul Paredes, adding, “We hope that future programs will resume with live trips and invite young women interested in science and engineering to participate in this long-running program.”

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