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#WEARERH "Back to School Edition" #WEARERH

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#ouRHouse - Richmond Hill High School Staff - 22-23SY

Wildcat Family,

It is hard to believe that we will welcome over 2, 500 students to campus tomorrow for the first official day of school for the 22-23SY. When reporting to campus, all students should report directly to their advisement teacher for this first week of school! Students will receive their schedules, information forms to complete and an overview of the expectations of the year in advisement this week! As a reminder, the doors open at 7 am and our staff is eager to welcome you back!

A few reminders as your student prepares for the first day:

  • 1st Block begins at 7:30 am; 4th Block ends at 2:30 pm.
  • Breakfast/Lunch is not "free" this year: Breakfast: $2.25; Lunch $3.25
  • Dress Code: If it's made for the beach, ball park or bed leave it at home. No hats, midriffs, short shorts/skirts and absolutely no pajamas! Come prepared to learn!
  • Review the traffic patterns, this will protect your child and the other 2,500.

As we begin the new year, I want to challenge each student to engage in an activity, club or athletic team of their interest. Our research has proven time and time again that students that are engaged tend to exhibit the following positive attributes: grades, attendance, behavioral decisions and school pride! The options are abundant and have grown year after year, see the athletics & extracurricular page to determine which activities best suits your interests!

  • Back to School Information– Use this link to stay updated on the latest and greatest as it pertains to the upcoming school year. This resource has a wealth of information and is a fantastic resource with regards to all of the Bryan County Schools.
  • School Map - One school, two campuses! Certainly a large facility for those both old and new to navigate. If you are planning your route based on your schedule, use this map attached to figure out where to go.
  • (22-23) Wildcat Experience Annual Dues – Don’t Delay and make sure you get those paid beginning Monday, July 18, 2022! These dues are an annual fee used to enrich "The Wildcat Experience". These dues provide funding for awards, positive interventions, enrichment activities and events such as prom and graduation ceremonies. All fees are uploaded in MyPaymentsPlus.

We continue to value the partnership we have with the families of our students! If we can ever be of assistance please don't hesitate to reach out, send an email, make a phone call or visit us in person! Our ultimate goal is to make RHHS #ouRHouse, while sustaining a positive culture that is focused on social, emotional and academic success for our students!

See ya, Love ya, Bye!

#WeAreRH #ouRHouse

Academic Achievement Trend Data

Richmond Hill High School had a hallmark year in reference to achievement and growth. Check out the presentation below that provides insight into all areas at RHHS! We look forward to continuing to #BTH in the most positive of ways as we continue to raise the bar for our students! #ouRHouse

Important Upcoming Dates

  • First Day of School - Tuesday, August 2, 2022
  • Curriculum Night - Thursday, August 18, 2022
  • Senior Parking Spot Painting - August 20-21 (See Below for Information)
  • Freshmen Elections Interest Meeting -Thursday, August 4, 2022 (See below for Information)

Parking Permits

Rising Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores who meet qualifications can apply for permits through My Payments Plus. Please read ALL of the important information regarding parking permits HERE.

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 2, 2022.

"Click Here" to access the student parking permit information and application for 22-23SY.

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

Senior Parking Spot Painting

Richmond Hill High School will be allowing senior students with parking passes to reserve and paint their own parking spot. We encourage students to express themselves through positive artwork, to beautify the campus, build school spirit, create a senior tradition and support their senior class.

Eligibility: Only RHHS seniors that have applied for parking passes may purchase reserved parking spots.

Information and link to application: Senior Parking Spot Painting Information

**Seniors MUST use their school email to complete the form.

Freshman Student Council Elections

SAT Prep Classes

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Attention Rising Junior Class Parents

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Check out the newest edition of information that will be communicated via Richmond Hill High School's Athletic Department!

Build The Hill - Athletic Newsletter


RHHS has a strong team of school counselors to support our students. Students are assigned a counselor based on their last name. All school counselors at Richmond Hill High School will provide developmentally appropriate counseling services based on data-driven practices to remove barriers to students' academic achievement and promote a safe and secure environment for all students.

  • Megan McDonough (Offringa-Slaugther)
  • Amber Crews (A-Cleland)
  • Emily Neff (Clements-Gravitt)
  • Tam Daniels (Gray-Larrea)
  • Debbie Kilpatrick (Larrosa-O'Rourke)
  • Amber Miles (Slusarski-Z)
  • Deanna Appleton (DE/5th YR/BA)

For additional information regarding the Richmond Hill High School Counseling Team, please click here!

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-

MySchoolBucks - Online Payment Portal

  • Breakfast - $2.25
  • Lunch - $3.25

Questions regarding remaining lunch balances should be directed to Carole Knight (School Nutrition Director) cellis@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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