Richmond High School

Pride and Purpose

  • Winter Break is from 12/21 - 1/7! This Friday, 12/21, is a minimum day with 2pm dismissal!


    Check out our Weekly What's Up for events coming out soon!

      RHS Weekly What’s-Up

                   December 10th - 14th

    SLO of the Week: Students will express pride, confidence and healthy self-esteem without denying the value and dignity of other people



    Field Trip: MMedia to Disney Museum



    6pm - MMedia Frosh Intervention Night

    630pm - 8pm African American Site Advisory Team at Richmond


    4pm JV Boys Soccer @ De Anza

    4pm JV Girls Soccer vs. Vallejo

    530pm JV Boys BBall  vs. John Swett

    530pm JV Girls BBall @ De Anza

    6pm Boys Soccer @ De Anza

    6pm Girls Soccer vs. Vallejo

    7pm Boy’s BBall vs. John Swett

    7pm Girls BBall @ De Anza

    7pm RHS Vocal Performance in Theater



    230pm Department Meeting


    4:30pm JV Girls BBal vs. Tennyson

    5pm Wrestiling @ Jesse Bethel

    6:30 pm Girls BBall vs. Tennyson



    Field Trip: law to Mock Trial

    245pm Master Schedule Meeting

    4pm JV girls soccer @ Albany

    5:30pm JV BBall @ Kennedy

    6 pm boys soccer @ Pinole Valley

    6 pm girls soccer @ Albany

    7 pm BBall @ Kennedy

    5:30 pm- RHS Area Winter Concert



    Field trip: Oiler Crew to Salesians

    Girls Soccer tournament in Ukiah

    10:30 am Fire Drill

    5:30pm JV girls BBall @ Albany

    7pm Varsity girls BBall @ Albany

    Saturday & Sunday


    Girls Soccer tournament in Ukiah

    Instructional Highlight!

    All teachers who are completing Co-Observations or Peer Observations. The best learning can happen from each other.

    All teachers for writing college letters of rec. Our students appreciate your commitment and dedication to fulfilling your educational goals!

    9th Grade Multi-Media team for your continued collaboration to push students in critical thinking, writing, and media arts.

    Ms. Calderon for incorporating Dot Talks into her lesson plan

    Mr. Levitt for your informative presentation and relevant activities concerning Restorative Practices

    Student Behavior

    As the holidays get closer, some students may demonstrate higher levels of anxiety and uncertainty. Continue to consider how we are using the restorative conversation frames from Mr. Levitt’s presentation to support student reflection.

    Big Events 1 Month Ahead!

    12/12 - Health Career Day Fair

    12/13 - RHS Winter Area Concert in Gym

    12/18 - RHS Holiday Show in Theater

    12/19 - RHS Holiday Mug Exchange

    12/20 - Q2 Progress Reports Due (with comments!)

    12/21 - Minimum Day - Start of Break


    Congratulations to Mr. Wilke who received the Gilbert Freitas Award for emerging instrumental music educators for your program you have built at Richmond High. Your dedication has created a space for music to live and thrive at our school.

    Congrats on Coach Rene and our strong soccer team for beating Alisal (who we lost to last year in the last game) 1-0. Currently our soccer team is ranked #22 in the nation, #10 in the state, and #2 in Northern CA. Vamos Aceiteros!


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    Dont miss our fall play next week in our brand new theater!



    Want to know what our Academic support and plans are for Quarter 2? Check out this flyer with dates and upcoming events at our Richmond High School!

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    We are excited to present our first ever Career Day at our site! Stuents will get to meet and speak with Unions and Trades all over. Great opportunities to work in local unions after High School and make a difference. Help your students prepare!

    RHS alumni

     Come meet just a few of our success stories from Richmond High! 

    We are welcoming our after-school program to Richmond High for the next 5 years. As part of the program, we need students to participate in a number of programs. These include band, open gym before and after school, tutoring, Majorettes (dance crew), choir, theater/drama, Alma Latina and more. Check out here for the new tutoring schedule! For more information, check out our After-School page to contact the coordinator.

    College is Real, a program at Richmond High School that has been changing lives since 2005, has recently received attention and notice for their amazing work. They are a part of our College and Career Center and work to help students learn about and apply for college. Check out this video showcasing the adults and mentors who work hard to make a difference for our community alongside our amazing staff at Richmond High.

    We love having volunteers come with us to field trips, help support in the classrooms, and be a mentor to our students. Please join us for a Fingerprint party to get screened for free and receive your volunteer badge. Find the dates on this flyer (in Spanish too!).


    This summer Richmond High, through our Summer Bridge Program, welcomed rising Freshmen to come in and learn High School skills to prepare for the upcoming year. Great job students in putting in that extra work, we can't wait to get to know you over the next 4 years!


    Over the summer Richmond High is continuing to offer educational opportunities through our Newcomer Summer Enrichment Program. This week our students went to Univision Television Studio in San Francisco! Check out our page on summer programs to find out how you can get involved!


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