Richmond High School

Pride and Purpose

  • Join us for our NCS Championship game in boys soccer on Saturday at Richmond High, 7pm!

  • RHS Weekly What’s-Up  

    RHS Weekly What’s-Up

                   February 11th - 15th 2019

    School Learning Objectives: Think → Collaborate → Act!

    SLO of the Week: +Present - Students present solutions as early stages of problem solving, considering ethics, safety, and social factors

    How can you apply this to your classroom this week?

    Richmond High CA Dashboard - Check out our data!

    Academy Attendance Data - Who had the best attendance for last week?



    830am - Counselors Meeting

    9anm - Superintendents Meeting in Conference Room

    9am - Latina Center Girls Group in Room 506

    345pm - ILT in Seeber’s Room



    830am - 1130am - AP/VP Meeting (All Ap’s off-site)

    1145am - Instructional Aide Meeting in Conference Room

    12pm - Internationals from East Coast Hanging Out!

    1pm - SCOW Meeting

    330pm - Tennis vs. Albany

    5pm - SSC Meeting in Library

    630pm - DLCAP Meeting @ Kennedy High



    Field Trip: Internationals at Oakland HS

    Field Trip: Health Academy at SHE

    Field Trip: Law Academy at 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

    Evening Field Trip: CAPA to SF PlayHouse

    230pm - No Collaboration

    330pm - Baseball vs. Kennedy

    6pm - NCS Playoff Boys Soccer vs. TBA

    6pm - Future Oilers Parent Night (For Helms Parents)



    Valentine’s Day!

    Quarter 3 Progress Reports Due!

    830am - 2pm - Army STEM Van on campus - Sign your class up to go!

    Lunchtime (1st and 2nd) - Meeting in Conference Room on 7 Period Day Next Year

    Lunchtime (1st and 2nd) - Choir Performance in the Pit

    220pm - WAVE Event (Presented by BSU) in the Mall Area

    230pm - Financial Aid Workshop in Room 504

    330pm - Tennis vs. St. Mary’s

    530pm - Boys Volleyball vs. Saint Patricks

    6pm - STEM Science Awards Night @ El Cerrito High



    Field Trip: EPA to Marin General Hospital

    830am - San Pablo Police Parent Workshop in Room 506

    1130am - Concilio Latino in Library

    230 - 330pm - BSU Presents: Black History Month in Theater

    330pm - Baseball @ Kennedy

    4pm - Repeat of BSU Event for all Students and Staff

    Saturday & Sunday

    2/16 - 2/17

    School Closed for February Break!

    Sat: 11am Baseball @ Berean Christian

    Instructional Highlight!


    Student Behavior


    Big Events 1 Month Ahead!

    2/14 - Quarter 3 Progress Reports Due

    2/18 - 2/22 - February Break

    3/4 - 3/5 Educating Career Conferences in Sacramento - Academies are out, will need period subs!

    3/28 - End of Quarter 3

    3/28 - Open House

    4/1 - 4/5 Spring Break [NO SCHOOL]

    4/8 - SBAC Testing window opens!

    Weekly Wins!

    -Mock Trial continued to win big! Great job folks on your wins and even your close loses.

    -Thank you to all coaches for winter sports. All teams made playoffs and boys soccer is still in it too! NCS will be on Wednesday for the road to state title.

    -Congrats to Ms. Tukeva and Ms. Gomes for hosting the longest season of sports at any school; Cheerleading! Our cheerleaders go to almost every event and work hard all year long.

    -Thank you Mr. Meremeyer for helping us navigate WASC. Your leadership in the area helped our appeal give us more space to get everything set in place. Thanks!

    -Thank you Mr. Gran and all the teachers participating in the DDI PD Cycle. It’s a lot of extra hours, but your dedication and understanding will change how we approach planning and assessments at this school. We can’t wait to see the effect it will have.

  • Did you miss our Incoming Future Oiler presentation on Wednesday night? Here is our presentation on your student's road to success!

    Check out this great article on our beloved teacher Ms. Stone! This article was written by one of our own students.

    Please read our Quarterly Grade Report for January 2019!


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    Check out our Winter Play! Written and directed by our students, in partnership with California Shakes Festival.


    We love our Oiler Staff! They are experienced, hard working, and love our students and community. See how many you can guess graduated from Richmond High!


    Check out what California State Universities are saying about how Richmond High students are performing in college. We are proud of our Oiler Alumni!

    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 past 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!



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