In Order to Achieve Success,
I Pledge to Develop my
Disciplined Mind, Sound Character, Healthy Body,
and 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.
Click the link below to access the weekly schedule that we will be using for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note that this structure may change if any significant developments occur regarding online or in-person learning in the future.
Click here to access the Weekly Schedule Structure for 2020-2021
Academic Calendar 2020-2021
Important Dates 2020-2021Please note that all future dates listed on the "Important Dates" document are either subject to change or cancelation due to public health concerns surrounding COVID-19. For more information and updates, please visit RollingHillsPrep.org/coronavirus.
A list of important dates, including holidays and breaks is available by clicking below. Please note that items on this list may change, however, any changes that occur will take place prior to the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE 2020-2021 IMPORTANT DATES
Service Learning Opportunities
Activities listed on the document listed below are pre-approved for service learning experience. Additional school-sponsored opportunities will be announced throughout the year. To log your hours, please follow these steps:
- Make sure to check the web page provided for your event to see if there have been any last-minute date/time changes and if it is necessary to RSVP and/or bring a signed waiver.
- Bring the service learning log (click here to view the log) so that the event supervisor can sign it. This is required for all activities.
- Submit your service learning log to Adriana Alejandre when finished.
If you are interested in volunteering at other events, please email Rachel Rubin at email@example.com with the name of the organization, event, day and time and the corresponding web page if possible.
"I Am" Messages
The Advocates for Diversity (AFD) club is starting an initiative that supports the RHP and Ren’s Diversity Mission and helps students learn how to be advocates/allies for those who may feel marginalized. The “I Am” message is a way to give you a voice (anonymously) in situations where you might feel uncomfortable to address when you see or hear something inappropriate or derogatory against a specific group (race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, class, ability, etc) - whether it was towards you, a friend, or just someone around you. We will read these out during morning meeting to bring awareness of the experiences of others in our community.
Communication From The Schools
Title IX and Anti-Discrimination Information
Christina Morse - Director of Student Life