• Helpful College Appliction Links

    Public Universities

    Community Colleges

    Private Colleges

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  • Group Counseling

    In partnership with South Coast Counseling, RHS is starting a “High School Coping Skills Group” this coming Tuesday Nov. 3rd from 2:00-3:00pm. The group will run for 7 weeks. Interested students should contact their counselor for information on registering.

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  • Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment Sign-ups!

     

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    Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment Slideshow

    If you missed the District Meeting for Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment held October 26, please review the presentation and explore the hotlinks provided in this slide deck. The application process has changed. This presentation covers the new steps involved.

    Course Chart Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment

    RUSD/Crafton Hills College Dual Enrollment Course Offerings for Spring 2021 complete with hotlinks to course descriptions.

    Hurry, the deadline to apply is Friday, November 13, 2020.  

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  • Seniors - Get Help with applying for Financial Aid for College!

    Visit the Student Center for everything you will need to know about completing the FAFSA or California Dream Act - check out the following:

    EVERY student should complete the FAFSA or CA Dream Act application regardless of your family's income.  Many Academic or State Grants require the FAFSA or CA Dream Act completed to be considered for financial awards.

    The FAFSA and CA Dream Act is open on October 1-March 2, 2021. Apply early! 

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  • Red Ribbon Week

    Check out this link for all the tips and tricks for being Drug Free!

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  • College Application Week is November 2nd-13th! 

    Workshops will be provided with 1:1 support before school, during lunch and after school for Seniors while they work on their college applications. These sessions will include support with UC, CSU, Private, Out-Of-State and Community College applications. Sign up for a session with this link: https://forms.gle/RCXt7y4YnJUsLsWn9 or through the flier posted on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom.

    Don't miss out on this great opportunity to get help on this important step for college! Sign up now to reserve a spot!

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  • Sophomore Counselor Visits

    Counselors joined 10th grade English classes on October 13 and 14 to present important informaition for sophomores.  If you were absent or just want to catch a portion again, here are the links to the video and the slide deck with hotlinks:

    10th Grade Counselor Visit Video

    10th Grade Counselor Visit Slide Deck

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  • Junior Visits

    Counselors visited Junior English classes on October 6 and 7 to present information important to students in the 11th grade.  If you were absent or would like to review this information again, here are the links:

    If you would like to meet with your counselor, click on the Counselor Connect Form to schedule an appointment.

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  • Senior Classroom Visits

    On September 22 and 23, counselors presented in Senior classrooms. If you were absent or missed something, you can access the video and slide deck here:

    12th Grade Visit Video New!  |  12th Grade Visit Slides - with active hotlinks! New!

    12th Grade Visit Video for Special Ed. New!  | 12th Grade Visit Slides for Special Ed.  - with active hotlinks! New!

     

    Counselors will be scheduling senior one-on-one Zoom appointments in October.

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  • JUNIORS WANTED!

    The City of Redlands is seeking students to serve on three of its advisory commissions. These commissions serve in an advisory role to the City Council. Students appointed to these commissions serve as a full voting member. Applications are being solicited from junior class students attending high school in Redlands. Students serve for one full calendar year with the first six months as a junior through the summer and the last part of the year as a senior. The following commissions have student members:  Human Relations Commission, Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission and the Traffic and Parking Commission. Interested students complete an application and submit it to the Office of the City Manager, 35 Cajon Street, Suite 200, Redlands, CA 92373 or email to RedlandsOCM@cityofredlands.org, by November 5, 2020.  Appointments will be made by the City Council at its meeting of December 1, 2020. 

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  • College Events Calendar

     Fall College Events - CLICK HERE for Student Center Upcoming Events calendar

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  • Virtual Wellness Center

    Need to calm your mind?  Visit the Virtual Wellness Center

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  • Social-Emotional Crisis

    If you are experiencing a social-emiotional crisis during school hours, click here for access to help right way.

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  • Looking for Help Logging into Various Programs?

    Check out this quick guide for accessing important learning plateforms.

    https://www.redlandsusd.net/cms/lib/CA01900901/Centricity/Domain/688/DLforParentsV3.pdf

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  • Career Express

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  • Introducing a New AP Class for 2020-2021

    AP Computer Science Principles will be offered at Redlands High School next year.  Find out more about this class here: AP Computer Science Principles

    If you are interested in taking this class next year, email your counselor as soon as possible.  Counselors will be on vacation when you go on summer break!

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  • The Harbor

    Welcome to "The Harbor"! Take some time to watch this short video clip and check back each week for another episode. You are encouraged to watch and discuss each episode with family and friends. week 1

    In this week’s episode "Rooted in Love", Mike acknowledges that this moment we find ourselves in will cost each of us something, in some way.  But, he challenges us to pause and look for what this moment is giving to us as well. What opportunities do our current social disruptions and distance from others give us?

    Take some time to reflect on this question. Talk about it with the important people in your life.  Embrace the opportunities!

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  • FREE After School Tutoring

    Beginning Oct. 8, RHS is offering a great opportunity for you: After School Tutoring will be available for all students to seek help in many subject areas. Tutoring takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 in our Library...and it’s FREE! Teachers and peer tutors are looking forward to helping you achieve your academic goals.

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  • Peer Tutor Recruitment

    Calling all students who need community service hours: RHS is starting a new after-school tutoring program and we are searching for students to tutor their peers! If you are proficient in Math, English, Science, History, Spanish and/or French, please fill out our Google Forms application. You will need to list the name of a teacher who will recommend you to become a peer tutor—please notify them of your request for recommendation. Fill out the Google Form at the link below. Thank you! -Mrs. Ochoa, Room R-35. http://bit.ly/RHSPeerTutoringProgram2019-2020

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  • College Workshops for Class of 2020 and 2021

    Attention Juniors, Seniors, and Parents:  In order to be help you navigate the college search and application process, RUSD has organized a series of parent and student workshops for the coming year.  Click here for a complete listing of all workshops for this year.  Please register in advance so enough materials will be printed for all participants.  The registration link is found at the RUSD College and Career website - www.redlandsusd.net/collegeandcareer - click on the College and Career Workshops tab on the left hand side of the page. 

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  • Tutoring from University of Redlands Students

    The University of Redlands has a new tutoring program for high school students called Big Dogs – a branch of Jaspers Corner Homework Club. At the beginning of next semester, they will be taking in new students once they have their tutors in place. Each student is promised 2 hours per week. This is typically split up M/W or T/Th for one hour each day. This program is free to the public! To be added to the waitlist click here.

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  • PSAT Results

    Students should receive notifcation of their PSAT results by mid December.  The question is then, how can I use these scores to help me do better on the SAT?  Review the following Power Point and Video to learn how to link your PSAT scores to the Khan Academy for tutorials and instruction designed especially for your academic needs.  Make your test results work for you! 

    PSAT Results Power Point

    PSAT Results Video

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  • Athletic Academic Support

    If you are a student athlete and are in need of academic support then come see Mr. Norman in room R-34 at the times listed.  I have almost every textbook available in my room and access to laptops.  It is a great time to catch up on make-up work, study for exams, or get help on assignments.

    In R-34 with Mr. Norman*

    • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday during 6th period (we will arrange a best day with your coach)
    • Wednesday and Thursday at Lunch

    *Mr. Norman is a RHS math teacher but is willing and able to provide help in all subjects.  Tutors can be arranged.

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  • Peer Tutoring

    Need a tutor in a subject or want to be a tutor in a subject?  Download the appropriate form below and return it to Mr. Jeff Smith on North Campus.  

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  • Homework Requests:

    If your student is sick for more than two days or you know he/she will be out for more than two days, you may contact Mrs. Avila the Counseling Office Clerk at ext. 30141 to request homework.  It is most effective to email the teachers directly with a cc: to the student's counselor.

    If you know your student will be out for an extended period of time in advance, please contact Mrs. Ridgeway to complete paperwork for Short-Term RISE.  She can be reached at ext. 30104.

     

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  • 10 Reasons American Teenagers are more Anxious than Every:  We've created an environment that fosters anxiety rather than resilience - Psychology Today, Nov. 03, 2017

    Anxiety is a growing concern among teenagers.  Click here to find out what parents can do to help diffuse the problem.

     

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