Info from SC's first Expeditionary Learning (EL) High School
Gator Bites - Week of April 27, 2015
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 35 - Professional Learning 3Es
Gators of the Week - Work hard. Get smart. Do good.
Gators of the Week: Orchestra Students Shine at SCMEA
This weekend RBHS Orchestra students were awarded 49 Superior Ratings (the highest possible) and 15 Excellent ratings. This is an unprecedented number for this event, and there were so many Superior ratings from RB that the event actually ran out of medals. We also had several students earn perfect scores from the judges.
Gators of the Week: ACT and Workkeys Assessment this Week
All the best to the test takers.
Gators of the Week: 2015 Prom was a Huge Success
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.
This week will allow for many students the opportunity to show mastery of two standardized tests Workkeys and the ACT. On Tuesday and Wednesday, all third year high school students will take these tests. Each student testing will be expected to show grit and endurance in taking these tests. Thank you ahead of time for your diligence in testing and preparing to do your best. Students not testing will have planned academic events to experience while the testing experience takes place.