June 4, 2013 Volume 13, Issue 6

Pasta is more than just a noodle

From driving students on Flex Days and fund-raising to organizing community service events and the beautification of the school, the Parent, Administrator, Student, Teacher Association (PASTA) never fails to keep RCHS running smoothly. ... ... PASTA at RCHS was "formed to support the teachers, staff, and students and to encourage active parent participation... [Read More]

RCHS achievements

RCHS Music... Congratulations to members of the RCHS band and strings ensembles who participated in the North Carolina Music Performance Adjudication event, which took place on March 26 at Franklinton High School. The RCHS Women's Ensemble, Band, and String Ensemble all won a Superior Rating, and RCHS Mixed Ensemble won an Excellent Rating. The event... [Read More]

RCHS performs Hamlet

"To be or not to be?" One might have found themselves asking this question while watching the students from Honors English IV as they performed the famous soliloquy found in Act 3 of Shakespeare's Hamlet. On April 30 and May 1, family, friends, and teachers gathered at Burning Coal Theatre to watch selections from the play that the students have been... [Read More]

Welcome rising 9th graders

For rising 9th graders, the first day of high school can be daunting. Upperclassmen and faculty will do their best to help each student feel prepared and comfortable. Everyone's experience will be different but will be the start of an exciting new chapter of their lives. ... "The community and the atmosphere are what make RCHS unique... Everyone is... [Read More]


The seniors are getting ready to say goodbye to RCHS as they prepare to graduate on June 6, at 6 P.M. in Meymandi Concert Hall. College counselor Glenda Atkinson has been working as the head of the graduation planning committee to put together the event. The committee held auditions in late April for speakers and musicians so that they could have a... [Read More]

Academic Award's Night

On Wednesday, May 22, 2013, RCHS students gathered in Kenan Hall at William Peace University to celebrate another great year. The purpose of the gathering was Academic Award's Night recognizing students for exceptional work in different departments at RCHS. The night began with the handing out of several book awards. Book awards are given by colleges... [Read More]

Athletic Awards

RCHS athletics celebrated Athletic Awards Night in Kenan Recital Hall on Monday, May 20. Principal Dr. Thomas Humble led off the night with a speech of thanks to both the athletes and the athletes' families for making commitments to RCHS sports and for being what he called "citizen-athletes".... The year started out with Fall Sports, which consisted... [Read More]