May 1, 2012 Volume 12, Issue 5

RCHS wins the Battle of the Carolinas

On March 9, the doors at Duke Law school closed behind RCHS Constitutional Issues students as they entered the hearing room. Joining RCHS students were students from 5 other schools: Camp Lejeune High School, Forest Hills High School, J.P. Knapp Early College, North Hills Christian High School, and Northwest Guilford High School. The courtroom was in... [Read More]

Mr. Felder's New Adventure

Kenny Felder, a mathematics teacher at RCHS, has been on staff since 1999, when the school was originally established and opened at the previous Pilot Mill location. On January 28 2012, he signed "one of the most important documents of [his] life." He signed to be the coauthor of a college math textbook, fulfilling a long-time dream. Now, he says, he... [Read More]

RCHS spreads the green

Every year on April 22 millions of people around the globe participate in Earth Day. This day has been set aside to bring awareness to the increasing pollution that our modern way of living is continuously creating. Earth Day was created in 1970 by Gaylord Nelson after watching the destruction of the 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. ...... [Read More]

Science Olympiad Success

Science Olympiad has been a part of RCHS for several years and has proven to remain a strong competitor in recent events. Under the coaching of Biology teacher Whit Hames, they have contended in the National Competition 7 out of the 8 last years, once earning eleventh place. In addition to that, they have also competed at States 11 straight years. ...... [Read More]