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  • Students:
     
    • School begins at 8:15 am.
      • You are expected to be in your seat before the second bell rings.
    • No hats, period.
      • If any staff or faculty member observes you with a hat, you will be asked to give it to them and pick it up later.
    • Be on time all of your classes.
      • Being tardy is not cool.
    • Keep your cell phone away in class.
      • If you use your cell phone during class, it will be confiscated and you will need to pick it up at Saturday school.

     


     

     
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  • Cyber High School
     
    This after school program enables eligible Juniors and Seniors to update their credits, improve their GPA, and complete their graduation requirements. See Ms. McGuire for further information.
     
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  • Yearbook
     
    Oilers!!!! Order your copy of a Yearbook before its too late...  See Ms Schulz or the Cashier.

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RHS

Richmond High School is one of six comprehensive four-year public high schools in the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD). As an urban high school, RHS reflects the social diversity of the community. Richmond High School accepts students from across the district, rather than limiting its enrollment to local boundaries. Local feeder school is Helms Intermediate.

RHS has a simple concise vision of student achievement—100 % of students will meet or exceed grade level standards and requirements. We have transformed our school to a wall-to-wall cluster of  small, high-performing, smaller learning communities (Academies). Our focus for improvement is to prepare RHS graduates so they are academically and technically prepared to succeed in higher education. Smaller learning communities create an environment that will enable students to feel, known, supported and motivated to succeed.

Richmond High School is a student-centered organization where staff and parents are committed to ensuring the opportunity for academic and social success of all students in a safe and orderly environment. A stimulating and relevant educational program will be provided and delivered by a well-trained staff. The instructional program will meet the unique needs of a multicultural student body. All students will have the opportunity to develop the technical and social skills necessary for life in the 21st century. The result will be productive and successful citizens who will be a source of pride for our community.

RHS Students


 
Phone: (510) 237-8770
FAX:     (510) 235-0316
 
Principal:
 
Assistant Principal: 
  Ms. Summer Sigler
  ssigler@wccusd.net
 
Assistant Principal:
  Mr. William McGee 
  wmcgee@wccusd.net
 
Office Manager:
  Elsa Torres

  Extension: 2377
 
Counselors:
  Extension: 2315
 
  Extension: 2319
 
Registrar:
  Extension: 2333