Husky Pledge

In order to achieve success, I pledge to develop my Disciplined Mind, Sound Character, Healthy Body & Creative Spirit. In all that I do, I will respect the learning process, I will respect all property, and I will respect myself and others.

Clubs & Activities

This is a list of current clubs on campus. If you have any questions, contact the club advisor. 

Club Advisor
Amnesty International Eachan Holloway
Cakes for Causes Rachel Rubin
Current Events Andy Williamson
Design/Lit Rebecca Kandel-Scott
Diversity Emilie Padua-Douglas
Feminist Union Emily Wratschko
FTC Robotics Bob Cloer
Garden to Table Lauren Cowgill
Gay-Straight Alliance Emilie Padua-Douglas
Interact Kathy Hagee & Leslie Karp
Junior Statesmen of America Andy Williamson
Math Club Leslie Karp
International Thespian Society Sheryl Goodspeed
National Honors Society Gayle Taylor
People for International Excellence Jon D'Agostino
SPEAK (Students Prompting Encouragement and Kindness) Kris Collins & Charlotte Oduro
Student Council Emily Wratschko & Emilie Padua-Douglas
Ukulele Club Sammi Lee
For more information about a specific club, please contact Kathy Hagee at

Upcoming School Events

List of 8 events.

  • Jan


    Theme: Winter Wonderland
    Attire: Semi-formal
    Tickets are $100 for a bid (2 tickets) starting Friday, January 9th- January 16th (next week). From January 19th- 23rd tickets are $60 each, no bids. The 23rd is the last day for tickets. 
    The Grand Event Center in Long Beach
  • Feb
  • Feb

    Black History Month Performance

    Contact: Kathy Hagee
  • Feb

    Husky Ski Trip

    Ski/Snowboard Trip to Big Bear is back!
    All students will have an early dismissal on Friday, February 20, and students who wish to take part  in our ski/snowboard trip to Snow Summit near Big Bear Mountain will leave on a chartered bus at 12:45 PM.  Night skiing takes place at Snow Summit from 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM and students will be able to bring their own equipment or rent equipment in advance (including a helmet, if they wish).  We expect the trip to return to campus around 11:30 PM. 
    The costs below cover transportation, the lift pass, and rentals (if applicable).  All checks should be made payable to Rolling Hills Prep and should be turned in with the waiver forms below.
    -          Option 1: Lift pass only (student provides all equipment) - $65
    -          Option 2: Lift pass and ski/snowboard rentals – $85
    There are several waivers that need to be signed and one is an electronic waiver that the parent or guardian of every student must fill out online.  The paper waivers will also be available in the office along with the this information, but the third waiver from Big Bear Mountain must be filled out online.
    -          The RHP and Renaissance parent permission waiver (check Sunday Letter)
    -          Click here for the Big Bear Mountain electronic waiver
    Student may also wish to bring money for dinner at the lodge.  Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance faculty and staff will chaperone the trip, but students will not be under constant supervision while on the mountain.  Please email Ryan Boccuzzi with any questions.  
  • Feb

    Quiz Bowl by History Department

    Contact: Kathy Hagee
  • Feb

    Husky Organics Farmers Market

  • Mar
  • Apr
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Rolling Hills Preparatory School

One Rolling Hills Prep Way, San Pedro, CA 90732
T: (310) 791-1101 | F: (310) 373-4931
Rolling Hills Prep School prides itself on being a forward-looking, academically rigorous college-prep school with a soul. Every day we provide our diverse student body a high-powered traditional curriculum combined with stimulating and innovative teaching techniques both inside and outside the classroom because we believe that success in college and life is best attained by equipping our students with disciplined minds, sound character, healthy bodies and creative spirits. RHP is a private, coeducational day school for grades 6-12, located on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles, CA.

Renaissance, our sister school, believes that bright students who learn differently can rise to great heights when they become empowered and confident. Visit the Renaissance website.