Announcements and Events

2021 Invitational Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools Present a Visual Arts and Performance Event - September 24 at 7:00 pm | September 25 at 2:00 pm -  Featuring: Olivia Becker, Tom Bendelow, JonVictor Brown, James Clough, Devon Darley, Maison Gamble, Isabelle Garvey, Nate Goldberg, Ashlyn Lin, Savannah Pound, Maddie Schlager, Leah Scott, Cait Smith & Skye Wesley Tech Crew: Sydnee Boutelle, Maya Papouchado, Valeria Rocha, Chloe Smith & Luke Sosa
2021 Arts Invitational
Friday, September 24 at 7:00 PM  |  Saturday, September 25 at 2:00 PM
Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools are proud to present numerous community events throughout the year. This page serves as both a planning tool and as a consistent location for information regarding upcoming events. All information presented on this page has the most up-to-date content and information, so please check this page as a resource if you are unclear about any specific details regarding an event or initiative. 
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Join Amy Hollinger, our administrative team, and advisors and come to our 2021-2022 grade level mixers. These are virtual events that cover grade-specific information and topics like Outdoor Education. Zoom invites for these events will be sent an hour before they begin.
Mixer Dates
Listed Chronologically
  • 10th Grade Class Mixer - Tuesday, September 14 | 6:00-7:00 PM
  • 12th Grade Class Mixer - Wednesday, September 22 | 6:00-7:00 PM
  • 5th & 6th Grade Class Mixer - Monday, September 27 | 6:00-7:00 PM
  • 7th Grade Class Mixer - Monday, September 27 | 7:00-8:00 PM
  • 9th Grade Class Mixer - Tuesday, September 28 | 6:00-7:00 PM
  • 11th Grade Class Mixer - Wednesday, September 29 | 6:00-7:00 PM
  • 8th Grade Class Mixer - Thursday, September 30 | 6:00-7:00 PM
After School Program (ASP) begins Tuesday, September 14 and it runs from 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM on campus and it will occur every Tuesday and Thursday at those times. There will be no ASP next Thursday due to Yom Kippur.
RHP students may still sign up for ASP by filling out the form linked below. Your tuition account will be billed for the services.
For Renaissance upper school students, ASP is already included in the tuition. For Renaissance middle school students, there is a separate fee structure, please contact Tanya Henderson at

Click here to access the 2021-2022 After School Program registration form

What to do if my child is absent from school?

Parents and guardians should notify Ms. Alcott as soon as possible if their student is absent from school. Please call 310-791-1101 or send an email to with the following information:

  • Name of Student
  • Date of absence
  • Reason for absence
  • Anticipated length of the absence, if more than one day


If your child is experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or they have deemed to be a close contact for exposure to Covid-19 outside of school, please contact the school to let us know immediately. A person is considered a close contact if they are within 6 feet of an infected person for 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period or they have unmasked exposure to someone who is infected with Covid-19. Below are the protocols if your child has been exposed. 

Exposure Protocol Provided by LA County Department of Health 

  • Unvaccinated Students: Exposed students who are not fully vaccinated must self-quarantine (stay in their home or another residence, separate from others) and monitor for symptoms for 10 days from their last contact with the case while infectious (as defined above). If they remain asymptomatic, quarantine can end after Day 10 from the last date of exposure without testing but they must continue to monitor their health and adhere to COVID-19 prevention precautions through Day 14. Quarantine may end after Day 7 for exposed students who remain asymptomatic, if a diagnostic specimen is collected after Day 5 from the date of last exposure and they test negative via a PCR test, but they must continue to monitor their health and adhere to COVID-19 prevention precautions through Day 14. 

  • Vaccinated Students: Asymptomatic students who are fully vaccinated AND who are a close contact with a confirmed case are recommended to test for COVID-19 as a result of their exposure but are not required to quarantine. However, they should monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days following an exposure.
Persons who have recovered from laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 within the last 90 days AND who are a close contact with a confirmed case are not required to quarantine or test for COVID-19 within a 90 day period.

We understand that you may have questions, so please feel free to contact us and we’d be happy to help.

Calling all volunteers! There are many opportunities to get involved with the Family Association at Rolling Hills Prep, Renaissance and REACH Schools. The Family Association works in partnership with the Schools to support our mission, and all parents and guardians are automatically a member. Even though parents are not physically on campus at this time due to COVID, there are many ways to connect and get involved. We welcome and encourage you to attend meetings and participate in whatever capacity works for you and your schedule. Volunteering is a great way to get to know the Husky community and your involvement in our events and activities, no matter how much time you are able to give, is greatly appreciated. Please let us know your area of interest by completing the volunteer form below.

Click here to access the Family Association Volunteer Form

The first Family Association meeting of the school year will take place Wednesday, October 13 at 5 pm on Zoom. An invite will be sent an hour before the event starts. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Sue Mathews at
Purchase your yearbook by 12/18 to receive the early bird pricing of $90. Additional details in text below.
Don't forget to purchase your yearbook and yearbook ads from Balfour, the company that handles our printing. Books cost $90 until December 18 and prices will increase after that date. Additionally, you may purchase class rings and other items from their website. 
Seniors - your yearbook is included in your Senior Package!

Click here to purchase yearbooks, ads, class rings, and more!
EXTENDED - September 30 Order Deadline!
New PE uniforms are here! All items can be ordered online and be delivered directly to your home via the One Stone Apparel link provided below.
The required attire will be shorts and a t-shirt, but there are also additional purchase options for Husky sweats, long-sleeved shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts. The option to purchase PE attire will be available throughout the school year.
The Husky physical education department is excited to team up with One Stone Apparel and implement a more convenient purchase option.
Please feel free to reach out to Victoria Howard with any questions.
We understand that there is a delivery delay with our vendor and students are encouraged to bring shorts and a t-shirt for PE class until they arrive.
We are excited to see our huskies in new gear this year!
Tuesday Parent Coffee with Amy
Tuesday, September 14 | 8:30 AM
Hosted Virtually on Zoom
Each Tuesday, our Head of Schools, Amy Hollinger, hosts a recurring parent coffee session to address various topics relating to our schools, programs, and the safety of our students.
No RSVP is required for these parent coffees, but we will provide a question form each week in the Friday Letter to allow families to ask questions in advance. Click the button below to ask questions for next week's session.
Thank you to everyone who attended Tuesday's COVID Coffee with Amy Hollinger session! We deeply appreciate your questions and comments as we address our community's safety throughout the 2021-2022 school year. A recording of the session is now available below.

Our no-cut athletic teams have a long-running tradition of providing opportunities and new experiences to students seeking out various sports for the first time and helping experienced players develop and condition their skills in preparation for upper school or college.
All sports have a no-cut policy.
Middle School
  • MS soccer open to both boys and girls will start practice Monday, September 13. To participate students must have a sports physical turned in to Coach Kitani. Practice will be every Monday and Tuesday from 3:30-5:00 PM. Questions? Email Coach Hollandsworth at
  • MS Cross Country open to both boys and girls has already started practice and students can still join the team. To participate students must have a sports physical turned in to Coach Kitani. Questions about practice or participation? Contact Coach Ramos at
Upper School
  • Fall: Cross Country, Football, Girls' Volleyball, Cheer
  • Winter: Boys' Basketball, Girls' Basketball, Boys' Soccer, Girls' Soccer, Surf, Cheer
  • Spring: Baseball, Softball, Golf, Beach Volleyball, Diving, Cheer
  • Questions or want to participate in a team? Email Coach Hollandsworth at for more information!
While students are not required to complete service-learning hours for the 2021-2022 school year, we still encourage them to participate in activities in which they can help others. Our service-learning webpage will be updated with events as they become available, and students should contact Rachel Rubin ( if they find additional events that interest them.

Click here to access our Service Learning webpage
We are extremely pleased that we were able to host our RHP and Ren families virtually for Back-to-School Night 2021 on Wednesday. A recording of the introductory session can be found below:
Last year, we began partnering with COVID Testing Today, an organization that provides onsite COVID testing for our community. Beginning September 1, each Wednesday, students, faculty, and staff will be required to get tested, regardless of vaccination status, to ensure community safety and limit the risk of spread.
Athletes are now only required to test on Wednesdays with the rest of the schools (updated on 9/3/2021)
All individuals who receive tests must register for their services and provide health and insurance information prior to getting tested. Students who registered for the 2020-2021 school year will not have to register again, as the information will carry over.
The guides linked below are comprehensive resources that aim to help our community navigate the first days of school and our approach to COVID throughout the 2021-2022 school year.

Our Welcome Back Guide contains pertinent information for navigating the start of school, such as information about morning dropoff and meals on campus.
Click here to access the 2021-2022 Welcome Back Guide

The COVID Planning Guide includes information about preventative measures, school policies, and our learning commitments as we continue to confront the spread of COVID. Please note that this information is subject to change with the conditions surrounding COVID. We will continue to keep families informed as new developments and information comes to light.
Please refer to the document linked below if you require additional assistance setting up SchoolPass. Additionally, you may reach out to Jeff Peterson, Dean of Students, at if you have any issues with the app or setup.
We have a new lunch vendor for the 2021-2022 school year. Please click below for information about the program and instructions on how to register and place lunch orders. Our lunch program will begin on Monday, August 30th.
Grade Level and Advisory Announcements
Weekly advisor letters for each grade will now be sent out in the Friday Letter each week, beginning this week. We hope that this consolidation makes it easier to access both school and grade-level specific information in one location rather than prioritizing one form of communication or another.
Photo Albums
Photo albums will be published throughout the year to commemorate various events and activities throughout our schools. 

Click here to access our photo albums!

Videos from RHP, Ren, and REACH's First Days of School