Ranked 53rd in the state out of over 300 public high schools in Virginia, RCHS earned a U.S. News “Silver Medal” based on its performance on state-required tests and on how well RCHS prepares its students for college.
RCHS' varsity track takes the headlines again on the strength of their outstanding performances at last week’s Bull Run District Track Championship; and updates on softball, baseball and soccer teams. WCDS wins grant to build an in-school film studio.
“It’s a different world,” County Interim Superintendent Dr. Blair put it plainly. Change has come so drastically that Blair said school officials have even debated whether to allow students to bring backpacks into the classrooms during school hours.
Students at Wakefield Country Day School have been stepping outside of the classroom and taking in all that mother nature has to offer; and of the 1,046 Lord Fairfax Community College’s Class of 2017, 12 are from Rappahannock County.
Unedited video of the Rappahannock County School Board meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 at Rappahannock County High School.
The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office responded to another perceived threat at the high school Tuesday after “the office of the high school was informed that a young student made a comment about blowing up the school.”
During the past week we attended three Rappahannock High School events: a scholarship ceremony with awards totaling $125,000; a Quiz Bowl Team taping for It’s Academic in D.C.; and the Drama Club's final performance of The School of Rock.
Rappahannock County High School student Julia Estes named state ‘Athlete of the Year’; RCHS seniors awarded over fifty scholarships with a total value exceeding $125,000.00; and Jessica Olena Thorne wins DAR Good Citizen award.
Student who allegedly threatened to ‘blow this place to pieces’ on Columbine anniversary appears in court
Under tight security and a blanket of privacy, a 17-year-old former student of Rappahannock County High School — charged with conspiracy to possess a firearm on the property of the high school — appeared in Rappahannock County Juvenile Court yesterday.
"School of Rock" musical performance this weekend, two standout athletes celebrate their collegiate signings; spring shower create scheduling issues and updates on soccer, track, softball and baseball teams.
At least two male students of Rappahannock County, Virginia, High School counted down the days until last Thursday — the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting massacre — when according to a court affidavit they plotted to “make Columbine…
Potential tragedy has been averted at Rappahannock County High School with the arrest of a 17-year-old male student who allegedly boasted of “coming in and shooting up the school.”
Feeling reassured by what he’d been told, Blair by Monday afternoon “felt I had no reason not to have school. The sheriff’s office was decisive and detailed. I was incredibly impressed with the quality of Sheriff Compton’s investigation.”
A juvenile has been arrested following a reported threat to the Rappahannock County, Va., high school.
The School Board on Tuesday accepted a “superintendent application and preferences letter” that officially announces the opening for a new county school superintendent; and RappU founder gives course integration update.
Updates on Rapp’s public school soccer, track, softball and baseball teams; and Wakefield County Day School's soccer and lacrosse teams and their third graders take a Lincoln-themed trip to Washington, D.C.