Adapting to the freedom and responsibilities of high school presents challenges to some adolescents and all too often grades plummet, attendance suffers, and misbehavior incidents increase.
Accolades galore for Panthers; girl's varsity volleyball finish the season undefeated; boy's cross country take conference championship; thespians win Conference 43 theater championship for the third straight year; and varsity football keeps breaking records.
As RCPS' fall regular seasons wind down, Senior Nights and Homecoming activities dominate the sports news this week, with postseason tournaments coming up soon; Panthers varsity football dominate Homecoming game.
The last several weeks have been banner weeks for Rappahannock County athletes with almost all competitive teams posting victories. Varsity football takes the lead this week with their first road win in many seasons.
With September coming to a close, Rapp’s fall sports teams are approaching the midpoint of their seasons, with victories and standout performances rolling in like the ripe apples from local orchards.
Panther football kicks off with a win; new faculty and staff have joined Wakefield Country Day School.
With the exciting conclusion of last weekend’s state track meet, Rappahannock County High School’s spring sports season has come to a close.
As a followup to your photo of my mom, Phyllis Swindler, tending the Veteran’s Memorial in the Sperryville Cemetery, I would like to acknowledge others who have donated their time in like fashion. Particularly I’d like to note that several…
Taking innovative scheduling to a new level, Rappahannock County High School added this semester Panther Flex Time, an additional multi-grade level course offered to all students.
Recently the Rappahannock County High School gym became a microcosm of the adult world of work and responsibilities. In a modern update of the old board game of Life, RCHS 8th graders participated in the Reality Store, a joint venture…
With winter break behind us our Rapp Sports teams are back in action, with most teams approaching or passing the midpoint of their regular seasons.
Rising to the green school challenge, fall sports achievements and more in this week's School/Sports News update.
Varsity football leads the headlines this week with a victory — their first — over Massanutten Military Academy last Friday night at Panther Stadium. Successes for the band, cross country teams and volleyball, plus WCDS' athletes of the month.
Between the Panther Marching Band, the girls and boys cross country teams and both the JV and varsity volleyball teams, the trophy case in the RCHS gym will soon be considerably more crowded.
A look at civic engagement and community service at RCHS, and an update on Rapp's undefeated volleyball Panthers and cross-country district champs.
In honor of local foods week, RCPS cafeteria staff, who serve a thousand breakfasts and two thousand lunches every week, prepared some special meals for students, and dressed the part, too.