Announcements and Events

Spirit Week Poster - Marvel Monday: Dress Like a Superhero -  Jersey Tuesday - Show up in your favorite team jersey - Decades Wednesday: Dress up from your favorite decade - Costume Thursday: Dress up in your Halloween Costume - Tropical Friday: Wear tropical attire
Spirit week poster by Nicole F. '23

Stay up-to-date with school news by bookmarking this page for school-wide announcements and event details! 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. 
Please click the arrows next to the bolded text below to read more information.
Upper School ASB has been hard at work planning the tropical-themed homecoming dance that will take place on Friday, October 29, from 7-10 PM. The homecoming dance is an upper-school-only event and formal attire is completely optional. Interested students must register by Wednesday, October 27, if they wish to attend. 
To register, students must fill out the form linked below, along with a guest form if they plan on bringing anyone from outside of our community. The cost of attending is $25 per person to attend and payment can be made via cash or check to the front office. If paying by check, please make the recipient "Rolling Hills Prep" and add "Homecoming" to the memo line. Ms. Alcott will accept both cash and check payments in the front office.

Click here to fill out the Homecoming registration form
Over the summer, Blackbaud (the host of mySchoolApp) began rolling out their new account system called Blackbaud ID. We had hoped to roll this change out after Thanksgiving break, however, due to a large number of issues being reported with the old account system, we have decided to implement the change immediately.
You should have received an email from with the subject “Connect to Rolling Hills Preparatory School.” After clicking on the “Accept Invitation” button in the email (seen below), you can either enter the requested information to finalize the account setup and input your password, or you can scroll to the bottom of the page and log in with any google account.
If you have any questions or would like any assistance, please let us know at or (424) 570-3398.
Please see the images below for examples of the invitation e-mail and the setup process:
E-mail from Blackbaud asking users to "Accept Invitation" for Blackbaud ID.

Blackbaud ID update showing users to use their google account if possible, or include additional information into supplied fields if users don't have a Google ID.

Grandparents' and Friends' Day has been a long-honored tradition at RHP & Renaissance Schools. The event offers family and friends a unique opportunity to spend time together on our campus and to get a first-hand look at our student experience. Due to COVID-19 protocols, this year we will be hosting a virtual program for the safety of our families.  While we are disappointed to miss this opportunity to see our grandparents and special friends on campus, we are pleased to offer this virtual experience on Friday, November 5, at 1:00 PM PST. We look forward to welcoming our families back to campus next year for this special event!

This event is for grandparents and special friends in your student’s life.  Please register your student’s grandparents and special friends for this event via the link below. Your guests will receive a confirmation invite email containing information about the details of this zoom event. We are asking for our families to supply pictures of your students with their grandparents or special friends for this event. Please submit your favorite photos via the link below or you can email a digital copy of the photos to Jennifer Hoffman at

Click here to invite guests to our Grandparents' and Friends' virtual event and submit photos

Below are some questions you or your guest(s) may have about our virtual Grandparent and Special Friends Virtual Event:


RHP & Renaissance Schools will be hosting a virtual performance event to share a portion our schools with our grandparents and special friends. Parents can complete the sign-up form via the link that was shared on this email and guests will be invited for this event.  Guests will receive zoom login information the morning of the event.


We hope our families and RHP & Ren students will be able to assist their special guest with information on how to log onto zoom.


 Any special adult or adults in your student’s life.


This is perfectly ok. We hope to see your guests next year.


We are excited to offer this experience to our grandparents and special friends to honor their role in our community.  Stay tuned for additional events scheduled for our families to come to campus!


Friday, November 5 at 1:00 PM Pacific time via Zoom


Click here to invite guests to our Grandparents' and Friends' virtual event and submit photos


If you or your guests have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Jennifer Hoffman on the Advancement Team at

We look forward to sharing time with our Grandparents and Friends on November 5th. Don’t forget to submit pictures!

We are pleased to announce that Kelly's Korner will resume service to our schools, starting October 13. Families who are interested in ordering from Kelly's Korner will have to set up a family billing account with them directly and they have asked that all orders are placed a minimum of one day in advance. We will be providing additional information for other ways of ordering in the near future, but for now, we encourage calling Kelly's Korner directly to set up your account and placing orders by phone. 
You may view the Kelly's Korner school lunch menu by clicking the link below. Additionally, this menu will be located on both the "Current Parents" and "Current Students" pages of the website for the foreseeable future.

Kelly's Korner Phone Number: 
(310) 541-2234

Click here to view the Kelly's Korner school lunch menu
Our enrollment team is hard at work launching the admission cycle for the 2022-2023 school year and we will be hosting an Open House on Saturday, November 13. Referrals from school families are always appreciated and you may share our open house video (YouTube and Facebook links below), a flyer for the event (link below), or you may encourage your contacts to visit our registration page:
Thank you for helping us grow our community!

Click here to access a PDF flyer to share
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
The LA County Department of Health recently launched a new mailing list and resources web page for parents and guardians. You may sign up for their COVID-19 mailing list using the first link below. This resource page includes preventative information and other resources for parents and guardians of school-aged children. You may access the resource page by clicking the button below.
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.

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!
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 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.
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.
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.
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 and Video Library
Photo albums and videos will be published throughout the year to commemorate various events and activities throughout our schools. 

Click here to access our photo albums