6:30 PM - 6:30 PM Winter Choral Festival
FALL SEMESTER FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE
Spring 2022 Dual Enrollment
Current 11th and 12th Graders with a minimum academic 2.0 GPA have an opportunity to take FREE Crafton Hills College Dual Enrollment classes this Spring.
Applying for college classes begins NOW. Deadline to submit is November 15th. Get more info here...
DAYTIME LOITERING POLICY ENFORCMENT
CITATIONS - All students out of class are required to have an official pass. If a student is off campus during the school day without permission, they will be cited (ticketed) by the Redlands Police Department for “daylight loitering” under (Redlands Municipal Code 9.24.040a-1). Students may be required to appear in Juvenile Traffic Court for sentencing, which could involve a fine, community service or suspension of their driver’s licenses.
RHS IS NOW A 1:1 CHROMEBOOK SCHOOL!
Every student in grades 9-12, will be provided with a Redlands Unified School District Chromebook. Students will keep the Chromebook for as long as he or she is enrolled in a RUSD school. The intent is for students to be able to carry their fully-charged device to and from home, and to each of their classes, EVERY DAY. They should do this just as they would a textbook, folder, and writing utensils.
FREE BUS RIDES FOR K-12 STUDENTS
Omnitrans buses are free for K-12 students beginning on August 1, 2021! Omnitrans Free Fares for School pilot program welcomes students back to in-person learning with free bus rides. Students can ride to school, after school activities, and around town to meet up with friends on safe Omnitrans buses, for free.
No purchase or registration necessary. Students can board the bus for FREE, just show your student ID to ride.
Orders for graduation items can be placed at jostens.com. All items, except for the cap and gown, will be delivered directly to your home. Cap and gowns will be distributed at RHS in the spring. More information about ordering can be found here. If you have questions you can contact our Jostens rep at 760-200-3889.
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California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond has announced that 162 middle and high schools are being honored under the 2019 Distinguished Schools Program. Redlands High School made the list!!
The Distinguished Schools Program recognizes outstanding education programs and practices. Schools are awarded for achieving exceptional student performance for two consecutive school years or closing the achievement gap between two school years. Distinguished School award winners represent examples of not just excellent teaching, learning, and collaboration, but also highly successful school climate efforts ranging from real-time conflict resolution to positive behavior intervention.
Redlands High School has been named to The Washington Post’s List of America's Most Challenging High Schools! The 2017 list was released on released on May 5, 2017 and can be found online here... Only about 12 percent of U.S. high schools made the cut.
The Redlands Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, potential parental, family and/or marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This nondiscrimination policy applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district, and covers admission, participation, and accessibility to any program or activity of the district and selection, advancement, discharge and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. Inquiries regarding the equal opportunity policies, equal program accessibility policies, and the filing of complaint procedures alleging discrimination including sexual harassment, may be directed to the school principal or to the District’s Discrimination/Equity/Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Ken Wagner