freshman guidance

Welcome Freshman!

Class of 2026 - Link Crew Leaders will welcome you to school before and on the day of Registration with a Freshman Orientation taking place on July 27 @ 8 AM in the Theatre as well as greeting you on the First Day of School on Aug. 11.

For more information, visit our RHS Instagram Page @rhscollegecounselor

See you at Orientation Day on July 27!

Freshman Guidance

Each school year, grade level students meet at least once with their Grade Level Assistant Principal to formulate their individual student educational plan to discuss graduation requirements, credit status, postsecondary goals, and college preparation if a student chooses to apply to college their senior year.

Administration also visits all grade level students in early spring semester to help navigate class registration for the following school year.

College & Career Counselor visits grade level classrooms to provide informative presentations. Freshmen receive lessons on college and career exploration during College & Career Week during spring semester.

Freshman Parent Night is offered each year before school begins on the day of registration/orientation in late summer. See below for presentation information.

Freshman Parent Night - July 27, 2022 @ 6:30 PM (RHS Irwin Theatre)

Freshman Parent Night Powerpoint (7-27-2022)

College Bound Freshman!

The best time to start your college decision making process is during your freshman year of high school. Yes, really! High school goes by so quickly, and you don’t want to save all of your work for when you’re just a few months away from graduating.

During your freshman year you can meet with your counselor to learn about your graduation requirements, you can evaluate how you’re doing academically, you can get involved in different extracurricular activities, and you can sign up for new and exciting things to learn in the summer!

  • Meet with your school counselor and find our your high school’s graduation requirements

  • Perform a Self-evaluation

  • Get Active! Choose a few electives and extracurricular activities to get involved in

  • Volunteer or learn a new hobby during your summer break



-Excerpt from Colleges of Distinction