Shared Values


Our classrooms spark curiosity, uplift confidence, and inspire a lifetime love of learning. Equipped with this self- assurance, our students can scale great heights.



A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion has been at the heart of our mission since our founding, and we live that commitment each day by valuing our own and others’ intersecting identities and strengths.



Our students have encouragement and opportunities to explore their passions as they grow into their unique true selves.



Our community is enriched by our connections with each other. When students learn to advocate for themselves and champion their classmates, they become more empathetic and graduate as responsible and engaged members of society.



The health and wellness of our community is essential for student growth and success, and we commit significant resources to support the wellbeing of our school. With this holistic support, our students thrive.


We are grateful for the beautiful landscape that is home to our school. We recognize that Indigenous Peoples are the traditional stewards of the land on which this campus resides. This is the traditional territory of the Tongva peoples, who are known to have inhabited the southern portion of what is today, Los Angeles County. It is necessary to acknowledge the painful history of genocide and dispossession of their land via the environmental disruption imposed upon them by settlers. The preservation of Native histories, identities, and cultures is vital to the intellectual and social development of our community. We offer respect and gratitude to the many Indigenous peoples who reside in the Los Angeles area as well as their ancestors.

RHP has embraced and exemplified what it means to be a green campus since 2007, when the school moved to their permanent location on Palos Verdes Drive North. Reducing the carbon footprint and encouraging the campus population to embrace an environmentally sound lifestyle is a distinguishing characteristics of our school. The construction of the campus in 2007 included numerous green initiatives, such as maintaining the proper ratio of trees to people and recycling demolished structures. 


RHP continues to explore ways to incorporate other environmental initiatives to reduce the schools' carbon footprint. This initiative led to our installing 700 solar panels to reduce the school's energy bill by an estimated 93%. At certain times of the year, the schools pump energy back into the Southern California grid, becoming a power source for others.