Twenty middle school and high school members of Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) helped out the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York on Friday, March 22. The students packaged over 6,000 pounds of food for local food banks and community services. The Regional Food Bank provides over 25 million pounds of food a year to 1,000 agencies, many of them right here in the Capital Region.
The first meeting of the Autism Family Support Group will be from 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, at the A.W. Becker Elementary School, 1146 Route 9W, Selkirk.
The meeting is open to all RCS families, including pre-school families. [Read more]
A fashion show at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 24 at St. Patrick's Church Hall in Ravena will showcase RCS students wearing apparel from the Fairy Godmother’s Closet, an organization which provides free prom apparel to students in need. Light refreshments and door prizes will be offered. [View Flyer]
On the Road, Hunger Games, An American Childhood, Slaughterhouse 5, Love in the Time of Cholera. Where--or when--will you go this summer? Honors and AP English Reading Assignments are now available here.
RCS high school and middle school music students walked away with four awards - three Gold and one Silver - during the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Major Organization Evaluation Festivals held last week. [Read More]
Check out the 2013-14 calendar approved by the Board of Education. [download PDF]
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the emergency closing for the power outage on Monday, April 22, THE SCHEDULED CONTINGENT DAY ON FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013 WILL BE A REGULAR SCHOOL DAY.
WMHT will have week day Regents review preparation sessions from 5 to 6 p.m. from May 6-17. Each day features a different Regents subject preparation. [Download the schedule and more information - PDF]
Driver's education for students will be this summer offered by Coxsackie-Athens School District. Interested students can download the flyer here.
Eleven senior girls and four high school staff members participated in RAD Training, a 12-hour course designed to empower women to use good judgment and keep safe, and also learn self-defense techniques. The culmination of the course on April 24 involved three simulated attacks, where newly-learned skills were put to the test. Participants valued the training, and we hope to extend the opportunity to senior girls next year. [Click the thumbnail to view a larger photo]
Twenty students from the high school attended the 12th Annual Construction Career Day at the Navy Operational Support Center in Glenville, where students from all over the Capital District learned about career opportunities in the construction industry. [Read more]
TheCapital Region BOCES CAPIT Program will be presenting the Power of Parents, a 30-minute workshop on talking to your children about alcohol. The program will be presented On April 25, at 6:30 p.m., at the RCS High School Library. [view a flyer]
The RCS Wellness Committee is sponsoring the second annual Community Wellness Walk from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 28, at Joralemon Park, 144 Starr Road, Ravena. The purpose of the walk is to create an awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle for all community members in the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk school district. [Read more]
If you are planning on playing modified, junior varsity or varsity sports at RCS in the 2013-14 school year, you will need a physical. This is your chance. [Read more]
The Class of 2015 - today's sophomores - are sponsoring a garage sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, in the RCS High School cafeteria. Eager shoppers can get a jump on the shopping action from 8:30 - 9 on Saturday, April 27, for an early-bird $5 charge. [Read More]
More than 100 elementary, middle school and high school musicians from RCS will participate in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Solo/Ensemble Evaluation Festival at Bethlehem Middle School on April 19th and 20th. [Read more]
(4/2/13) Fifteen students from RCS High School competed in the Capital Region Science Olympiad and several received medals in the annual competition. [Read More]
Artwork by students Rajine Martinez, Shannon Donovan and Alaina Dottino have been recognized in area displays and shows. [Read More]
The Board of Education meeting, PBC's grade 5 band and chorus concert and A.W. Becker Kindergarten Orientation have been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 26. The orientation is at 6 p.m.; the board meeting and concert are at 7 p.m.
The RCS Junior Prom is fast approaching and tickets are now on sale during all lunches at the high school. [Read More]
Congratulations to all of our fine RCS student musicians! The RCS Music Department is proud to announce that more than 50 middle and high school students have been selected to participate in this year’s Greene County Music Educators Association (GCMEA) Spring All-County Music Festival. [Read More]
Three RCS High School band students have been selected to rehearse and perform in a concert with the Capital Region Wind Ensemble. They are: Mariah Disorbo, a 12th grade (tuba) and 11th graders Emily Buckley-Crist (clarinet) and Philip McNaughton (bassoon). [Read More]
Senior Running Back and Linebacker Dylan Keyer has been awarded the NYS Class B Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award by the New York State High School Football Coaches Association in recognition of his excellence in the classroom and on the field. [Read More]
The Advanced Placement Biology juniors and seniors in Matt Miller's classroom have been scraping, shaking, cooling and heating cells from their cheeks as they study molecular science and the microscopic DNA of their own cells. [Read More]
Students can design their own "Indians" ring! Parents Night will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on March 26; students can also place their orders from 9:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on March 27. [Read More]
This letter from High School Principal Brian Bailey about an incident involving inappropriate behavior by an American Red Cross employee toward an RCS student is being sent home today (Tuesday, March 5) with all high school students. [Read More]
The Ravena Swim Club's competitive swim program begins April 15. The program is designed for swimmers ages 6 to 18 and is held at the RCS High School Aquatics Center. For registration information, check out the club's website at http://www.ravenaswimclub.com.
Oh the Thinks you can Think! The RCS HS Drama Club will present Seussical the Musical on Friday March 1 at 7 p.m.; Saturday March 2 at 3 p.m. and a 7 p.m.; and Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m. in the HS Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. It's going to be Wubbulous!
RCS high school students Brandon Doty and Alley Ott visit with two senior volunteers, Helen Berhaupt and Anna Waniewski, during the Star Helpers after school program. The school district buses middle and high school students to and from Van Allen Senior Apartments in Glenmont twice a month to visit with senior residents. For further information, contact STARS Intergen at 439-1505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students planning to take the AP placement final exams must pay the $89 fee. The fee to take an AP exam will be collected from students in the high school lobby on Wednesday, March 6th, during the last 25 minutes of their lunch and during 10th period in the Counseling Center. [Read the letter to students and parents - pdf] [here's the exam application - pdf]
After a finger lickin Dinosaur BBQ dinner, RCS students and staff faced off for a Valentine's Day dodgeball tournament. The student-government sponsored event raised more than $1,000 for the Ronald McDonald House. Thanks to all who came out to eat, play or cheer on their team!
2010 RCS graduate Kaitlyn Drobner has collected 1,200 coats for the homeless as part of her "Katie's Koats" effort with Albany County. Here is the story on the YNN television station.
RCS students toured the Career & Tech campus, learned about program offerings, watched classes in action--from welding, to exploring the chemistry of perms--and even got some hands-on experience themselves with the floral design program. [Read More]
What better way to show your love to that special person than by watching a dodge ball tournament and munching on Dinosaur BBQ while also benefitting the Ronald McDonald House? The RCS HS student government will host the tournament and barbecue dinner on Valentine’s Day, Thursday, Feb. 14th in the high school gym. [Read More]
You still have time to submit an ad for your graduate or local business in the 2013 Memoirs Yearbook, but time is running out! Please visit balfour.com to submit an order or call Darlene Stott (756-5200 ext. 2037) for more details.
The Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk CSD is hoping to revive its General Education Development (GED) program beginning in February, if at least 10 students enroll in the preparation class. [Read More]
New York state has enacted new testing security policies that will be in effect next week, as the high school administers Regents and mid-term exams. Students cannot bring a cell phone, iPod or other electronic device into the testing room, and if a proctor sees that a student has one of these devices during the exam any breaks the student will get a zero on that exam. [Read More]
The RCS High School Jazz Ensemble, under the director of Scott Andrews, and the Harmonics, under the direction of Michelle McLoughlin, will be performing a free concert on Friday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. at the First reformed Church of Bethlehem. [Read More]
Infants and young children are at a greater risk for getting seriously ill from the flu. Learn about the symptoms of influenza and find vaccine clinics and other resources to help keep your family healthy this flu season here.
RCS High School will be holding midterm and final exams during the week of Tuesday, Jan. 22 through Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. These exams are an essential part of your child’s academic program and his or her participation is required. [Read more and download the REVISED full testing and transportation schedule]
Fairy Godmother’s Closet is accepting donations of prom apparel to help needy RCS students attend prom in style this year. Donate any formal apparel to the Family and Consumer Sciences room #63 in the high school. Questions? Contact Molly Jennes. [Here is a flyer about the program - PDF]
On Thursday, Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Library, a representative from the Higher Education Services Corporation will give a presentation about navigating financial aid for college, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. College bound seniors and their parents or guardians are encouraged to attend to learn about opportunities to help pay for secondary education.
Already thinking about spring, Tomboys Softball will hold in-person registrations on January 10 and 17 at RCS Middle School and Bethlehem Town Hall. [Read More]
The Natural Helpers and Student Volunteer clubs have been very busy over the past few months. Through their community outreach they have helped to beautify our community, support organizations in need, and assist younger students in our schools. [Read More and view photo gallery]
Principal Bailey addressed students and staff at an assembly on the morning of Thursday, Dec. 20 to discuss the safety and climate of the RCS High School community. Video of the assembly is available here: Video 1/ Video 2.
The November Student of the Month honors have been awarded. [Read More]
Sally probably should have figured she was in for a tough day when her
toothbrush got stuck to her leg and wouldn't come off. Then the fruit
snacks...and the block...and the ball - all stuck themselves to her.
And this all happened on Sally's first day of first grade! [Read More]
The RCS High School Band and Chorus performed at the South Concourse of the Empire State Plaza as part of the New York State Office of General Services annual Holiday Potpourri. [Read More]
Last week, a rumor surfaced at the High School that a student intended to bring a gun to school on December 21. School officials looked into the rumor immediately and, after interviewing a number of students involved, determined that it was a case of mistaken information and that there was no credible threat to students or staff. [Read More]
A letter from Principal Bailey was sent home on Friday, Dec. 7 in response to drug-related incidents at the High School. We will continue to work together in an effort to confront and combat drug and alcohol abuse in our school population. [Download Letter - PDF]
Physics teacher Scott Holdren and three students - Adam Gardell, Serena Hazzard, and Joe Mortefolio - will attend a day-long session of scientific experimentation on Saturday, Dec. 8 at Union College. [Read More]
Fifty-one RCS seniors were accepted to Hudson Valley Community College on Wednesday, Nov. 28, when the High School Counseling Center hosted HVCC instant admissions day. [Read More]
The RCS Sr. High Band and Chorus will be at the Empire State Plaza on Monday, December 10th to perform as part of the New York State Office of General Services Holiday Music at the Plaza. The performance will take place from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in the South Concourse of the Empire State Plaza.
After six years in development, hundreds of hours of work and generous community contributions, the RCS Community greenhouse is open and ready for growing and learning come spring. Learn how the new facility will be integrated into science curriculum and more. [Read More]
Melanie Schmitt, Dylan Keyer, Christine Bianchi, Austin Snyder and Lauren McCluskey have been awarded the 2012-2013 New York State Scholarship for Academic Excellence. Selection is competitive, based on Regents exam scores. Each of these students will receive $500 or $1500 per year for up to four years of undergraduate study at a college or university in New York state. Congratulations to all on their outstanding academic achievements!
The 54 students in the library didn't make eye contact with each. If they happen to catch somebody else's look, they glanced away or at the floor. Sometimes, when the speakers raised their voices or swore, they would look up in an almost painful way but then glance back to the floor. One girl ran out crying. [Read More]
The three culinary classes at RCS High School made a Thanksgiving meal of turkey, cornbread, desert and other specialties that they shared with other students during periods 4-7 today. [Read More]
The October Students of the Month have been released. [Read More]
The National Honor Society's annual citrus sale has begun! You can order the succulent fruit direct on-line here, or see a NHS Member in person. Orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 16. Delivery will be before Christmas. (If ordering on-line, you can save money by having it delivered to the HS and pick it up there.)
The RCS Music Department has announced that seven students will participate in the New York State School Music Association Zone 7 Area All-State Music Festival at Saratoga High School on November 16th and 17th. [Read More]
Three RCS High School students have been chosen to participate in this year’s Empire State Youth Orchestra (ESYO) Melodies of Christmas Chorale. [Read More]
You have until Feb. 15, 2013 to order
balfour.com, by phone, or by check. Just choose your options, and either
click, call, or drop your payment off. Checks can be dropped off in the main
office drop box or in Mrs. Stott's room (37).
Here is the order form (PDF) and information about submitting photos tot he yearbook (PDF).
The RCS Music Department is proudly hosting an Empire State Repertory Orchestra and the Empire State String Ensemble Concert. The concert will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 4 p.m. in the RCS High School Auditorium. Both ensembles are affiliates of the Empire State Youth Orchestra (ESYO). [Read More]
The first Talent Fest will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday,
October 26 at the Congregational Christian Church, corner of Main
Street and Mountain Road in Ravena.
The event, organized by the RCS Association of Churches, will feature eight musical performers. Refreshments will be served. Last year, the association provided four scholarship awards to graduating RCS seniors.
There is no admission charge but donations will be accepted.
The Sophomore Class is sponsoring a Frese's Chicken Barbeque from 3-6 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 6. Support the class of 2015 by coming out to vote and bringing home an all-American barbeque chicken dinner for the whole family. Dinners are $10 each and order forms are due Nov. 1 [Download Order Form - PDF]
It was worth the wait for the rain to clear for Saturday's varsity sectional football game against Broadalbin-Perth. The Indians soared to a 30-0 victory. They take on Schalmont next on Friday, Oct. 26.
Give members of RCS Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) participated in the Sjogren’s Walk at Colonie Center. [Read More]
The varsity football sectional game scheduled for Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. has been postponed until Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. We hope you'll still come out and help cheer the Indians on to victory this weekend. Admission to the game is $3; RCS spirit is priceless!
Cases of coxackie virus and a fungal infection have been diagnosed at the high school. As a cautionary measure, the district is notifying parents and providing information about the prevention and treatment of these infections. [Download Letter from the School Health Office - PDF]
The RCS Music Department is proud to announce that 60 students from the middle school and high schools have been selected to participate in this year’s Fall All-County Music Festival. [Read More]
The High School geared up for Homecoming with a spirited pep rally on Oct. 12. [View Photo Gallery]
Principal Bailey's September 2012 Power point from the High School Open House is now available online. Click the black boxes to view videos in another browser window. [View Powerpoint - PDF]
Aspire to be an RCS Hall of Famer? The eligibility criteria are available here.
Technical issues with the online sports schedule program are preventing an accurate schedule from being displayed on www.highschoolsports.net. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope the issue will be resolved shortly. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please call the Athletic Office at 756-5200, ext. 2016
All parents and guardians of RCS High School students are invited to our open house at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27 to meet the teachers and staff that will be working with your child, and recieve an overview of 2012-13 classes, expectations, and curricular goals. For full details, download the invitation from Principal Bailey here.
RCS will hold the PSAT on Saturday, Oct. 20; registration by Oct. 16 is recommended. Taking the PSAT is excellent practice for the SAT exam college-bound juniors will take in spring, and is required for the National Merit Scholarship Program. Read more here.
On Saturday, Sept. 15 at 11 a.m. the RCS varsity football team will host a Capital District Pop Warner Challengers game. The challenger game offers physically and mentally disabled players the opportunity to compete with the assistance of our varsity players.
Welcome back to the classes of 2013 to 2025!
All students have now received their 2012-13 Student Planner. The planners contain information about the district and the student code of conduct, and are designed to help students keep organized, record assignments, maintain a calendar, write reminder notes and establish and record short or long-term goals. We encourage students to use the planners to their full potential, and parents to check their child's planner to keep up-to-date on assignments, goals and progress. The planner introduction and code of conduct can be found here.
The HS Counseling Department will host a College Caravan for interested seniors on Thursday, Sept. 25. [Read More]
The SATs will be administered at RCS on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 7:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The registration deadline is Sept. 7. All four-year-college bound students should consider taking the SATs. Please visit http://www.collegeboard.org to register. Fee waivers are available for families that demonstrate financial need. Please contact your child’s guidance counselor with any questions.
The Albany County Sheriff’s Office is sponsoring a Law Enforcement Explorer Program for students ages 15-21. This program will allow students to experience a variety of activities that go along with a career in the Albany County Sheriff’s Office. Students should be in good academic standing, have good moral character and no serious criminal record. Students need to commit to at least one meeting per month. Please contact Mr. Dwyer in the Guidance Office at 756-5200 ext. 2009 if you would like more information.
Orientations for incoming freshmen were held on Aug. 23 and 24. Students received their schedules and explored the building, following a brief presentation covering graduation requirements, scheduling options, extra-curricular activities and more. Read about other important start-of-school information in a letter from Principal Bailey here.
A copy of the letter that went home to parents in May regarding critical changes in and reminders about our attendance policy is available here.
RCS celebrated the graduation of the class of 2012 on Saturday, June 23 at the Empire State Plaza convention center. We are extremely proud of all our graduating seniors and wish them all the best as they embark on their unique journeys. Check back for a graduation photo gallery soon.
On Saturday June 2, Mr. Peck’s Design and Drawing for Production classes participated in The First Annual RCS Recyclable Boat Regatta. [Read More and View Gallery]
Fourteen RCS high school students and their two chaperones enjoyed a tour of Hudson Valley Community College’s newest satellite facility, the TEC-SMART Campus in Malta, on May 11. [Read More]
(June 11, 2012) On Wednesday, June 6, 2012, 34 students from Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School were inducted into the National Honor Society in a ceremony held at the High School. [Read More]
New York State Regents testing begins Wednesday, June 13. A full schedule of exams is now available. [View Exam Schedule - PDF]
On Monday, June 4, members of the Class of 2012 were honored for their achievement in academics, athletics, music, art, character, volunteerism and more at the annual Senior Awards Ceremony. A complete list of award recipients is available online. [View Complete List - PDF]
Students registered for an honors English course for the 2012-13 school year are required to read an assigned book over the summer. Specific class assignments and further details are available here.
A complete schedule of 10th period Regents review sessions is now available. We hope you'll take this opportunity to prepare for upcoming testing with your teachers and peers. [View Schedule - PDF]
On Thursday, May 24, the eighth grade class visited the high school for an transition day, which offers incoming freshmen an introduction to their new school before they beginning ninth grade in the fall. [Read More and View Gallery]
As graduation approaches, there are many events planned for our senior class. The following letter outlines the details and expectations of the celebrations. [Read Letter - PDF]
Calculus: the Musical visited RCS High School on Monday, May 21, bringing complex math to life with a musical comedy twist. [Read More]
Thirty-eight students enrolled in courses offered through the Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School were honored for achieving excellence in their work at both Career & Tech and their home high schools with induction into the National Technical Honor Society. Two of the students honored hail from RCS. [Read More]
The prom will be held on Friday, May 25 from 7-11 p.m. at the State Room, 142 State St., Albany. Doors open at 6:30. There is no school on Friday, so you'll have plenty of time to get dressed to the nines. Have fun, and be safe!
The letter sent home with all students regarding an incident of a weapon on the school campus is available online. [Read Letter - PDF]
Regents testing is almost upon us, and WMHT is broadcasting a series of subject-specific test-prep sessions from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. throughout May to help you prepare for free from the comfort of your couch. Our very own Mr. Holdren will star in the Physics prep session on May 16! The full schedule is available here.
April 21 is the Partnership for Drug Free America's "National Talk your Kids Day," a day designated to promote open and honest discussion about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. RCS encourages all parents to take part in this nationwide initiative to engage in difficult but critical conversations with our children. [Learn More]
Thirty student musicians from around the Capital Region were selected to perform with the Capital Region Wind Ensemble. Nearly a third of the talented students were from RCS. [Read More]
Twenty-nine students enjoyed an informative tour and lunch at Columbia-Greene Community College in Hudson on March 9, where they learned distinct advantages the college offers for students seeking a two-year associate degree in computer science and other fields. [Read More]
RCS junior Brandon Doty proudly donned his bunker gear at a recent after school program to explain his role as a volunteer junior firefighter and to encourage additional students to join the force. [Read More]
A week of RCS spirit culminated in an even more spirited pep rally at the High School on Thursday, March 22. [View Gallery]
Congratulations to the Dodgefathers who took first place in the student-staff dodgeball tournament. Check out photos from the spectacle for yourself! [View Gallery]
The RCS Music Department will be sending 51 talented musicians to participate in the Greene County Music Educators Association Spring All-County Festival [Read More]
Students, faculty and staff donated a total of 71 units of blood at our March 2 blood drive, which could potentially save 213 lives. Thanks to all who donated!
Freshman Kaitlyn Anatriello and Junior Alexandra Myers were recently chosen to participate in the Columbia Greene Community College’s annual Juried Art Show.[Read More]
Shoo bop shoo wadda wadda yipitty boom de boom! The High School Drama club brings Summer Lovin', the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies to the RCS stage this weekend with high school's greatest retro hit. [Read More]
Defensive driving has been rescheduled to April 16 and 17 from March 5 and 12.
Thirteen RCS juniors and seniors were treated to a special outing on Friday, Feb. 10, when they accompanied six chaperones on an all-day field trip to the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) in North Adams and Southern Vermont College in Bennington as part of the college mentoring program. [READ MORE]
The HS Counseling Center's Scholarship Bulletin has grown to include more than 40 scholarship opportunities for college-bound students. Scholarships are awarded for academic and civic achievement, agricultural and educational aspirations, inspiring essays and more. Check the bulletin to find a scholarship opportunity that suits you. View list [PDF]
The district responds to a serious incident that took place between two students at the high school on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 24 [READ MORE]
Ten RCS High School students celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. day by participating in Siena College's annual STOP conference, which aims to "empower students to lead the fight against bigotry, intolerance, and all forms of hatred in their communities." [read more]
To kick off the new year, high school teachers set up a supply "sale" in the conference room today, bringing excess supplies to share with others and swap for needed items. The sale was an effort to save money by effectively using resources.
The RCS chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America cut, pieced and sewed three quilts for the national Quilts for Kids project, a volunteer effort which aims to give each child in a hospital their very own handmade quilt. [read more]
On Dec. 18, Fox News was on the scene as cars were loaded with Christmas presents, en route to families in Prattsville who were devastated by Hurricane Irene. Many of those gifts were provided through the fundraising efforts of RCS High School. [read more]
On Dec. 19, the RCS High School Band and Chorus performed at the South Concourse of the Empire State Plaza as part of the New York State Office of General Services annual Holiday Potpourri. [read more]
In November Creative Writing class invited community members to visit the high school and interviewed them about their live experiences. The students then drew on those interviews to write oral histories or create oral history projects. [read more]
RCS High School will no longer give out honor roll and high honor roll certificates automatically. Students who receive honor roll status can request a certificate in the high school office.
The RCS Music Department is proud to announce that 11 music students have been selected to participate in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Zone 7 Area All-State Festival on Nov. 18-19 at Saratoga Springs High School. [READ MORE]
The cold, rainy weather did not dampen the enthusiasm of a group of RCS juniors and seniors who visited Sage College in Albany and Russell Sage College in Troy last week as part of a new college mentoring program. [READ MORE]
Fifty-five RCS students have been selected to participate in the annual Fall All-County Music Festival, hosted by the Greene County Music Educators Association (GCMEA). The festival will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2 and Friday, Nov. 4 at Cairo-Durham High School. [READ MORE]
Students are asked to obtain a pass from the Counseling Center before meeting with college representatives. The college visits are a great opportunity for students to meet with admissions counselors to find out what the college has to offer and ask questions. View college visit list [PDF]
The skill of writing was celebrated at RCS High School today, Oct. 20, the third annual National Day on Writing. Teachers throughout the school planned a variety of creative writing activities. [READ MORE]
On Oct. 16, a team from RCS Middle School and High School, as well as several students, family and friends, participated in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in honor of the staff members at RCS who have battled breast cancer. [READ MORE]
The New York State Health Department has released its flu guide for the 2011-2012 school year. [informational guide from nys department of health - pdf]
Javier and Yulie Carrazana, and their families, left Cuba for a more promising future in the United States. Despite the fact they had to learn a new language and get accustomed to a new school and way of life, they both have excelled at RCS and around the region. [READ MORE]
The RCS Board of Education recently recognized 32 high school students who scored a level 3, 4 or 5 on Advanced Placement (AP) exams taken last spring. [READ MORE]
The RCS Music Department is proud to announce the selection of four RCS High School students — Javier Carrazana, Abigail Cowan, Thomas Downey and Eugene Posniewski — to participate in the 76th annual NY State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Winter Conference in December. [READ MORE]