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National Honors Society Meeting

All NHS members are required to attend the general meeting on September 28th at either 2:50 or 3:50 in the auditorium.

New members who will be inducted on October 1st are required to attend the induction rehearsal after the general meeting on September 28th. Rehearsal should be over by 5:00.


Broadband internet service available for low-income individuals in SC

Through budget and policy recommendations to the General Assembly, the Education Oversight Committee (EOC) has supported initiatives to expand Internet access to students in classrooms and beyond the traditional school day to students at home.
Access from AT&T® provides an affordable way for eligible low-income consumers to get affordable Internet access. Households with at least one resident participating in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) may qualify for Internet service at $5 or $10 per month, depending on the speed available. In addition, installation and Internet equipment fees will be waived for participating households. Potential customers can learn more and see if they qualify by visiting att.com/access, or by calling 1-855-220-5211 for assistance in English or 1-855-220-5225 for assistance in Spanish.
 For more information on qualifications, click here.


Greenville County College Fair

The Greenville County College Fair, a two-day event featuring close to 100 different colleges and universities, has been re-scheduled for October 18 and 19 at the TD Convention Center. The Fair provides students and parents with the opportunity to meet college admissions representatives, as well as learn more about college majors, the application/admissions process, and financial aid. Students and their parents are welcome to attend Monday evening. In addition, Riverside High has been invited to visit the Fair on Tuesday morning with interested students. More information about the College Fair, including a list of participating colleges and event times, can be found at greenvillecountycollegefair.org.


Paint YOUR parking spot!!!!

Juniors & Seniors! Do you want to personalize your parking spot? This year you can! The cost is $20, plus supplies. Follow the link for painting details and guidelines. 

Make-up date for painting the parking lot is Sunday, September 23rd (1:00-4:00) and Saturday, September 29th (8:00-4:00) 

https://sites.google.com/greenvilleschools.us/rhs-student-council/events


2018-19 Parking Information

A letter outlying the NEW student parking lot announcement from our Principal, Ms. Huffman

2018-19 Parking Application


Yearbook Information
All information regarding the Yearbook may be found on Mrs. Hester’s webpage.https://sites.google.com/a/greenvilleschools.us/khester/sakamow-yearbook


Beta Club Application
Beta Club Application


RHS Ranked #14 in South Carolina by US News & World Report

Riverside High School is among the top-ranked high schools in South Carolina and the nation, according to the 2018 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings. The school earned a Silver Medals for our accomplishments.

The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 20,500 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 produce the 2018 Best High Schools rankings, U.S. News & World Report teamed with North Carolina-based RTI International, a global nonprofit social science research firm.

A four-step process determined the Best High Schools. The first three steps ensured that the schools serve their entire student body well, using their performance on the math and reading parts of their state proficiency tests and their graduation rates as the benchmarks. For those schools that made it past the first three steps, a fourth step assessed the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work.