Info from SC's first Expeditionary Learning (EL) High School
Gator Bites - Week of November 17, 2014
We are CREW!
River Bluff High School's Leadership Team.
Student Council and River Bluff's theme for this year.
Best Student Section in the State
So Proud of the RBHS Students Section at the RBHS vs. LHS Football Game. #USWERB
A Look Back and Ahead at Professional Learning at RBHS
Week 12 - Three Professional Learning Groups Continued
Gators of the Week - Work hard. Get smart. Do good.
Gators of the Week: Elite Dance Company, Varsity Football and Varsity Competitive Cheer
Our Elite Dance Company led by Mr. Gary Hilton and Ms. Katie Hilliger, participated in a recent dance competition in Fort Mill, SC, winning first place overall, 1st place Hip-Hop category and 1st place jazz. Congratulations and best of luck in your upcoming events.
Our Varsity Football Team led by Coach Bennett and staff, made history Friday night winning a thrilling come from behind win versus the #1 team in the state - Goose Creek High School. This is the first time in SC history that a #16 seed in the playoffs has defeated the #1 seed. The team will travel to York High School on Friday for the second round of the playoffs.
In their first year in competition in 4A, our Varsity Competitive squad led by Coach McManus and Coach Jones placed runner up in the 4A division and finished as Region 5A Champions. The future is so bright for our Varsity Competitive team. Last year in 3A they captured the state crown and the school's first State Championship in a team sport.
Gators of the Week: Mr. Johnny Cribb - State's Alive at 25 instructor of the Year
Gators of the Week: RBHS Shows their pride for USA
EL Design Principle in Action
The Responsibility for Learning
Learning is both a personal process of discovery and a social activity. Everyone learns both individually and as part of a group. Every aspect of an Expeditionary Learning school encourages both children and adults to become increasingly responsible for directing their own personal and collective learning.
Congratulations to Olivia Johnson and Lydia Carter. Olivia and Lydia have both been awarded the H.T. Lorrick, Jr. Scholarship sponsored by the Lexington County Choral Society. The scholarship is to fund vocal lessons and repertoire to prepare them for college scholarship auditions in voice to sing at the collegiate level. Each will be featured as a guest scholarship soloist on one of the upcoming LCCS concerts.