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  • A special thank you to Dennis, Fabi, and Daniela who in spite of having full time college schedules have been giving back to the W.C.C.U.S.D. by RHS volunteering at RHS during their precious free time! 

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  • Parent Center

    Weekly Parent Meetings 9:00 to 12:00:

    Tueday - Artesana

    Wednesday – Parenting Classes – P.E.C.E.S.

    Thursday – Basic Computers

    Friday – San Pablo PD Parent Project


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  • Alma Latina

    Wednesday and Thursday 2:30-4:00pm

    Tutoring Wednesday and Friday After-School

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WCCUSD Highlights

Oiler Accepted to a 4 Year University

  • Congratulations for Maria Mora for her acceptance to San Francisco State! Way to go Maria!
  • Congratulations to Luis Diaz Mendoza for his acceptance to Sonoma State! We’re proud of you, Luis!


Stay for tutoring after school!


Why go to tutoring?


Tutoring is a great way to catch up on missing work, get some quiet work time and even receive extra credit! Make sure to sign-in with your teachers!


TUESDAY 3:45-5:45

THURSDAY 3:45-5:45

English: Sciacca – room 340

*every other Tuesday

English: Sciacca – room 340


English: Seeber – room 608

English: Seeber – room 608

English: Schmaltz – room 375

English: Schmaltz – room 375

English: Levitt – room 607

English: Kosover – room 437

Math: Hurtado – room 372

Math: Hurtado – room 372

Math: Gamboa – room 366

Math: Zaman – room 313

Math: Zaman – room 313

Math: Kirshenbaum – room 370

Math: Kirshenbaum – room 370

Social Science: Meblin – room 430

Social Science: Meblin – room 430

Social Science: Nunez – room 337

Social Science: Nunez – room 337

Science: Sobetski – room 655

Science: Sobetski – room 655




2014-15 Richmond High School had 300 students graduate from our high school.  I am very proud of our students.  Approximately 1/3 of them have  been accepted for admission to four year colleges. Many others are continuing their education at a community college or trade school.  I hope that even more students will be ready to attend a four year college this school year. If you want your young adult to attend college, funding should not be an issue.  By working with our counselors in the College and Career Center, you can help with the financial aid progress.

Our teachers are working hard and planning professional development to add to their teaching toolbox so that our students can receive the best education possible and prepare student for post-secondary education.  

One of the new initiatives for this school year will be a focus not only on academics but also ways to help students prepare for the future.  We are implementing a full school community program which will enable us to provide a wide variety of services as well as recreational activities.  In addition, we are expanding our offerings to help parents by providing classes for them offered by adult Education and Contra Costa College.       

Our teachers, counselors, and staff are exceptional.  They have worked hard to make this a successful school year. We have Instructional Leadership Team meetings, Security Team meetings, Student Success Team meetings, subject matter meetings, and weekly collaborations.

The members of the School Site Council will meet monthly to review school initiatives, budgets, and plans.

Students in the leadership class will work extremely hard to publicize events and coordinate student activities.  Students in our drama and dance programs will entertain you as well as our community. Our athletic teams will compete in a variety of venues, and build on successes.

Take time to joins us in Parent meetings and programs that will help your students in their journey towards graduation.



Students at Richmond High School are provided with an environment where all students have access to curriculum and experiences that prepares them for the rigor of College, Career, and Citizenship.


Richmond High School provides all students with a standard-based curriculum, academic programs, and resources addressing the social-emotional and physical needs which empower all students toward becoming life-long-learners.

Expected School-Wide Learning Results


All RHS graduates will be prepared for College, Career, and Citizenship


  • Master effective study habits.
  • Complete rigorous A-G course work.
  • Read, watch, and listen critically.
  • Speak and write effectively using feedback to improve
  • Recognize diverse points of view in various mediums


  • Master effective work habits.
  • Set and follow long-term goals.
  • Manage conflict and stress.
  • Work effectively and fairly in diverse groups.


  • Behave with respect toward self, peers, and others from all cultures and backgrounds.
  • Understand how food, exercise, safety and choices affect the health of one's self and community.
  • Advocate for the success of self, family, and community