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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Riverside High School ♦ 794 Hammett Bridge Road ♦ Greer, SC 29650 ♦ (864) 355-7800 ♦ fax (864) 355-7898 ♦ AD Office (864) 355-7870

Warrior Nation

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"Friends of Riverside - tablets for classroom campaign" You may also use this link to print a paper donation form. Thanks in advance for helping the school in this campaign.
 

Riverside High School 2014 School Report Card

GREAT NEWS! District Earns Excellent on School Report Card

November Senior Smoke Signals

10th grade 2014-15 SCOIS Career Assessement (80) responses

SCOIS Career Cluster Assessment (48) results form

SCOIS

Senior IGP for 2014-15

Beginning with Class of 2015 - High School Exit Exam (HSAP) Not Required to Receive Diploma .....read more

Senior Ad Form for the Yearbook (Sample Ad)

The Reflections Committee is very proud to announce the local winners of the Reflections Program. An awards ceremony will be held on December 9th at 7 P.M. along with the band/strings concert in the RHS auditorium. 

The winners of the Riverside High School PTA Reflections Program for 2014-2015 are as follows:

Music Composition
  • 1st place: Justin Sanders - Numb
  • 2nd place: Justin Sanders - First Impressions
  • 3rd place: Cindy Li - A Helping Hand, A Better World
Visual Arts
  • 1st place: Emma Simonis - Moonlight Journey
  • 2nd place: Kristina Sanders - The Soul of a Unicorn
  • 3rd place: Logan Young - A Brighter Day
  • 1st Honorable Mention: Kristina Sanders - Young Harp Seal
  • 2nd Honorable Mention: Victoria Glenn - The Sumatran
Film
  • 1st place: Caroline Moore - We Recognized the Power of One
  • 2nd place: James Wiley - Year of Altruism
Photography
  • 1st place: JD Dawson - Take It Easy
  • 2nd place: Emma Simonis - Peace of Mind
  • 3rd place: Emma Simonis - Time Machine
  • 1st Honorable Mention: Emma Simonis - Roughing It
  • 2nd Honorable Mention: Dara Lazarova - The Product of Our Past
Literature
  • 1st place: Hannah Starrett - A Better World
  • 2nd place: Kyrah Brown - The World Would Be
  • 3rd place: Shamael Johar - The World Would...
  • 1st Honorable Mention: Kenda Szczesniak - The World Would...
  • 2nd Honorable Mention: Stephanie Hong - Another Day

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Warriors of the Month (November)
Congratulations to the following Freshmen named Warriors of the Month for the month of November. These students were nominated by their Teachers for showing true Warrior Spirit in and outside of the classroom. They will attend a luncheon in their honor and also recieve certificates.

Sebastian Alvarado, Creighton Boyd, Evan Buki, Emily Delperdang, Patricia Dickey, Michael Gallagher, Fulton Garner, Mary Beth Green, Alina Khan, Alexandra Lanning, Gabrielle Laymon, Carter Marchbanks, Allison O'Toole, Jayshon Perkins, Alexis Robinson, Susanna Rogers, Kate Roney, Lucia Spencer, Lauren Stanton, Cole Taylor, Cam Viney, Natalie Williams and Aliva Zadeh.

Senior IGP Conferences
RHS Counselors will begin meeting with all Seniors to complete their Individual Graduation Plan, discussing their high school courses, possible careers and plans after Riverside. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings. Seniors were given their IGP conference date and time during the November Advisor/Advisee.

RHS Ranks #7 in SC for SAT scores, exceeds National Average
Greenville County Schools average score on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) increased in 2014 by five points, from 1462 to 1467, and came within four points of the national average of 1471. The Districts average score has increased 12 points over the past three years.

Greenville Countys combined average score includes scores on three sections critical reading (499), mathematics (496), and writing (472).

Greenville County Schools ranks among the highest districts in the state in the percentage of students taking the SAT, with 64% of 12th grade students taking the test in 2014.

The state average composite score for public schools increased by six points from 1423 to 1429, while the national average composite score for public schools fell by three points from 1474 to 1471. The SAT is scored on a 2400-point scale, with a maximum of 800 points for each section.

  • Six GCS schools rank in the top 25% of the state based on SAT average composite scores: Eastside (#30), J.L. Mann (#19), Mauldin (#38), Riverside (#7), Southside (#36), Wade Hampton (#24)
  • Six GCS high schools scored at or above thenational average of 1471 for public schools: Eastside (1500), J.L. Mann (1531), Mauldin (1491), Riverside (1587), Southside (1492), and Wade Hampton (1515)

YOUR STUDENT COULD WIN A $500 SHOPPING SPREE!!!!
For every $25 donated in your students name, to the Friends of Riverside campaign through December 5, 2014, your student will be entered into a drawing to win a $500 gift card. The winner can choose from the following retailers: Cabelas, Dicks Sporting Goods, Best Buy, Gamestop, Amazon, Walmart, Target, Barnes & Noble, or Haywood Mall. See form for more details.

2014-15 Tutor Lists are now available
Our Adult and Student Tutor Lists are now available! Use the links below to access either list. They can also be found on the Counseling On-Demand page, with that link being available through the RHS School Counseling web page.

Adult Tutor List Student Tutor List

RHS named among the top-ranked High Schools in SC and the nation
Riverside High is among the top-ranked high schools in South Carolina and the nation, according to the US News Best High Schools rankings. Riverside High ranks #6 in SC and #1,081 in the nation. The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 19,400 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. To read more, click here

alive at 25

Alive at 25 Driving Program
Registration for the South Carolina Alive at 25 driving program is now open. Completion of this program is required in order to purchasing a parking pass for the 2013-2014 school year. No parking passes will be sold to students without a valid certificate of completion. If a student completed the Alive at 25 course last year, they do not have to retake the course but should bring their completed certificate to orientation.
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