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News and Notes from the Principal

The weekend ahead brings an extended time for your student to be away from school, while hopefully taking the time to reset, relax and refocus on the remaining weeks left in the first semester. With a scheduled "Fall Break" October 11-12, many of our students will return to a slightly different format on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 with PSAT, SAT and MBF Teen Safety Matters Overview. Those 11th and 12th Grade students not registered to assess on October 13, 2021 will be able to take advantage of a prescriptive lesson through advisement as well as an opportunity to remediate, review and focus on any/all activities in their other classes through a Digital Learning Day approach. In order for their attendance to be recorded as present they will need to ensure they have completed the lesson posted in their advisement on Wednesday - these students will not report to RHHS on this day.

For 9th, 10th and Pre-Registered 11th and 12th Grade students their schedule and locations are listed below for your convenience. This information was also shared in advisement this past week so this will simply serve as a reminder regarding the location they need to report to on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. 11th and 12th Grade students will be dismissed upon assessment completion, bus routes will not run at an abbreviated schedule - they will need to ensure pre-planned pickup.

  • 9Th Grade Students: Will complete MBF Teen Safety Matters Training with advisees. Upon completion, students will attend their respective 3rd and 4th Block classes.
  • 10th Grade Students: Will complete the PSAT. Upon completion, students will attend their respective 3rd and 4th Block classes.
  • 11th Grade Students:11th grade students not taking the PSAT will not report to campus as this day will serve as a Digital Learning Day, they will have a pre-planned advisement activity to complete. 11th Grade Students taking the PSAT will be dismissed upon completion.
  • 12th Grade Students:12th grade students not pre-registered to take the SAT will not report to campus as this day will serve as a Digital Learning Day, they will have a pre-planned advisement activity to complete. 12th Grade Students taking the PSAT will be dismissed upon completion.

A few important reminders for Digital Learning Day:

  • Pick-up for Junior and Seniors after PSAT/SAT will be in the Senior car lot.
  • Students are responsible to bring their own calculator.
  • Only Juniors and Seniors who have registered for PSAT (Jr) or SAT (Sr) should attend class face to face.

We look forward to returning to our regular schedule on Thursday, October 14, 2021. Enjoy the long weekend ahead, stay safe and take care!


Bivins Miller

PSAT/SAT/Advisement Locations

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 is PSAT/SAT/MBF/Digital Learning Day and the locations for them to report to on Wednesday have been listed below! Any students unware of their expected testing location should report to the front office for direction.

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Important Upcoming Dates

  • Staff/Student Holiday - 10/11

  • Staff PL Day/Student Holiday -10/12

  • PSAT/SAT/MBF Teen Safety Matters Day & Virtual Learning (11th & 12th) - 10/13

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Flu Shot Information

Bryan County Schools will be partnering with our local health department again this school year to offer flu vaccinations to students.

If you are interested in your student receiving the vaccination, please read the attachment, complete, sign and return the permission form by October 22nd.

If permission forms are not returned by the due date or are incomplete, your student will not receive the flu vaccination.

Click here for Vaccine Information and Permission Forms.


On Wednesday, October 20th, we will celebrate Unity Day. Unity Day is observed to unite for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion to prevent bullying. To help celebrate, have your student wear orange on this day. Wearing orange will help us show that we are all united in our message.

National Honor Society Announcement

Congratulations to the newly selected members of the National Honor Society! All new members are listed HERE. The induction breakfast ceremony will be October 26 at 7:30AM in the East Cafeteria. New inductees may bring ONE adult guest.

Accuplacer at RHHS

The Accuplacer exam will be administered at RHHS on Tuesday 10/19 and 10/20. Tuesday’s administration is designated for those wishing to attend Savannah Technical College as a dual enrollment or traditional student. Wednesday’s administration is designated for those wishing to attend Georgia Southern University as a dual enrollment student. If you are interested in testing on those days, please sign up for the specific school that you intend on pursuing. Please note that if testing for dual enrollment at GSU, you must have your DE application submitted to GSU by 10/14 in order to receive an Eagle ID to test. Both institutions also offer testing on their campuses, and you should contact their testing centers to make an appointment if you’re unable to test on the designated days at RHHS.

Sav Tech Accuplacer

GSU Accuplacer

FAFSA Workshop

Please join us on Wednesday, October 27th from 5:30-7:00 for our Financial Aid Workshop which will be held in the Media Center. Mrs. Carol Lott from the GA Student Finance Commission will be here to walk you step-by-step through the FAFSA. Please bring your student, their Chromebook or registered device, your 2020 income tax returns, and W-2 Forms! You will need these items as Ms. Lott works with you to complete the FAFSA. It is critical that your child attends, in order to set up an FSA ID. This is the first step in completing the FAFSA. It is very important that they bring their registered devices in order to work from our Wi-Fi. See you then!

Blood Drive October 15th

RHHS is helping to meet the critical need for blood by hosting a blood drive on Friday, October 15th from 8am to 2pm in the East Gym. Students 17 years of age and older can donate by signing up at redcrossblood.org using the RHHS sponsor code or with Ms. Fina in Room 706. Students 16 years of age can sign up with a parent permission form. See Ms. Fina for a permission form. https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=RHHS

RHHS BasketBall Skills Camp

RHHS Basketball is hosting its 1st Basketball Skills Mini Camp! This year's skills camp will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2021 from 9am-12pm at Richmond Hill High School East Gym (1 Wildcat Drive).

All applications and payment must be received by Monday, November 1, 2021. The Basketball Skills Mini Camp cost is $25 per child and $20 for each additional family member if registration and payment is completed before Monday, November 1, 2021. Registration after November 1, 2021 will be considered late, and the price will be $30 per child and $25 for each additional family member.

Registration and Payment Info can be found HERE.

Havoc on the Hill

Come out and support your Richmond Hill Wildcat Wrestlers at the Greater Ogeechee Seafood Festival October 15-17th. Look for their “Havoc on the Hill”… CAR SMASH!!

-Using sledge hammers, golf clubs, and other smashing tools, you will have the opportunity to exert some energy and “tune-up” a vehicle!!!

Chorus Fundraiser

The Holiday Season is quickly approaching and the RHHS Choral Program is once again selling Red Christmas Poinsettias! Orders may be placed by emailing Mrs. Wooten jwooten@bryan.k12.ga.us or Mrs. Dell adell@bryan.k12.ga.us Poinsettias are $13 each. Orders may be placed through Friday, Oct. 29th and delivery is set for Wednesday, Dec. 1st.

Bus Safety Week

October 18 – 23 is the NAPT bus safety week across the nation! Many of our students ride our buses each day. This week is an opportunity for us to address the importance of school bus safety. Please click this link, National School Bus Safety Week, for more information and resources.

GRAD BASH Class of 2022

Sign ups for our Senior Grad Bash trip to Universal Orlando on Friday, April 1, 2022 are now open! Check out https://tri.ps/RHHSGBT21 for details and to book your student's trip!

Should you need more guidance, you can find a little extra info about using the payment portal HERE


Whether you’re planning on college, a technical school, the military, or you’re just not sure yet, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program can put you on the right path toward a satisfying career. Understanding your skills and interests will help you make the best decisions about your future. The ASVAB is a career exploration 'battery', or series of tests, that assists students in clarifying career goals.

  • It is a cost-free and comprehensive program for high school students.
  • Students explore occupations in line with interests and skills, and develop strategies to realize career goals.
  • The Program presents a full-spectrum of career opportunities to students.
  • Career planning tool regardless of post-secondary intentions.

The ASVAB will be offered at RHHS, November 2nd …please sign up before October 29th!!!

Be sure to come prepared and on-time to do your best!

Questions about ASVAB Testing? Please see Ms. Bunyan, Rm 516

Battle of the Wildcats

Battle of the Wildcats is going to be a great opportunity for all entrepreneurs. Mark your calendars! More information is forthcoming.
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Travel Club Spring Trip 2023

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Attendance Reminder

  • Attendance: As it relates to attendance and expectations regarding the check out process, please exercise the following should your child need to leave early: send in a signed note and have your student drop it by the attendance office in the morning. Phone calls, emails and faxes are not accepted. Please be sure to include a good contact number for verification. Once verified, the student will be given a class dismissal note, and sign themselves out.

Richmond Hill High School Yearbook

Don't wait to reserve your student's copy of the Richmond Hill High School yearbook! Buy online now by clicking here. Yearbooks are on sale for just $60.

These are the days your students will want to remember forever. Buy their yearbook now to make it unforgettable!

Athletic Ticketing - Go Fan

Richmond Hill High School and Richmond Hill Athletics are excited to announce the use of Go Fan for our sporting events. Go Fan allows all event spectators to purchase tickets prior to events, or at the gate through your mobile device, avoid long lines, and limit person to person contact. Click here if you are interested in purchasing tickets for upcoming games/events for the 21-22 Athletic Seasons. Please see the attached flyer for more information, with more to come, as we get ready for our 2021-2022 athletic season. Go Wildcats!!

Parking Permits

All students parking on campus, including dual enrolled students must have a parking permit. Parking permits should be displayed by the first day of school, August 3, 2021.

"Click Here" to access the student parking permit information and application for 21-22SY.

Regular Sale Permits: $65.00

Qualifications to Purchase a Parking Permit during the Regular time periods:

  • Not on Obligations List
  • Passing or passed at least 75% of classes


RHHS has a strong team of school counselors to support our students. Students are assigned a counselor based on their last name, updated caseloads will be available beginning at the start of the 21-22 School Year.

Rhashida Bunyan
A- Davidson

Emily Neff

Tam Daniels
Hook – Medsker

Debbie Kilpatrick

Meeks- R

Amber Miles


Deanna Appleton
Dual Enrollment

Kelly Michaud


Military and Family Life Counselor

RHHS Essential Information

School times

7:30am-2:30pm/Buildings open at 7am

Office Hours


Certificates of Enrollment

Click Here for Certificate of Enrollment Information

Car-rider/parent drop-off information


Bus rider information- Bryan County Transportation Services

School nutrition information-

Breakfast and Lunch are both "Free" for students for the 21-22 SY

MySchoolBucks - Online Payment Portal

Questions regarding remaining lunch balances should be directed to Carole Knight (School Nutrition Director) cknight@bryan.k12.ga.us/912-459-5121

Nurse/Clinic information-

Nurses: Taryn Parker (tparker@bryan.k12.ga.us) and Denell Foster (dfoster@bryan.k12.ga.us)

If you should need to discuss health information at length, please call to schedule a meeting. All clinic forms are available on the high school website. Inhalers and epi pens that are carried by the student must have forms completed by their physician.

Clinic form - http://www.bryancountyschools.org/o/rhhs/browse/17573

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