Announcements and Events

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. 
We Are Not Okay - Literary Magazine 2021-2022 Cover
We Are Not Okay
2021-2022 Literary Magazine
July 8 order deadline - delivery date TBA
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Prior to the start of the 2021-2022 academic year, students are required to complete summer assignments based on the grade they are entering and the classes they are taking. Every grade has required summer reading assignments, but students should be aware of their schedules for next year and complete any assignments for classes that they will be entering in the Fall.

Click here to access the 2021-2022 Summer Assignments


You may view the entirety of the Commencement Ceremony that took place on June 11, 2021, below:

You may view the entirety of the Upper School Closing Ceremony that took place on June 9, 2021, below:

You may view the entirety of the Middle School Closing Ceremony that took place on June 4, 2021, below:
September 12 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 or Lance Hollandsworth regarding any questions.
We are excited to see our huskies in new gear this year!
Children 12 years and older are now eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination. Many venues are offering vaccinations, including all local pharmacies and Torrance Memorial Hospital. To check for available appointments for any location with the Pfizer vaccine, visit or visit pharmacy websites for more information (,, 
At Torrance Memorial, there are two upcoming 1st dose COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics: Wednesday, May 26 from 8am-5pm and Thursday, May 27 from 8am-5pm. These clinics are all on the Torrance Memorial Medical Center campus at the Hoffman Health Conference Center located at 3315 Medical Center Drive. (Free parking is available in the West parking structure adjacent to the Health Conference Center.) Torrance Memorial clinics are managed and staffed by fully accredited nurses and clinicians and all patients are carefully monitored by medical staff. One parent/guardian will be allowed to be with his/her child while they receive their vaccination and during the period they are being monitored.
A parent or guardian (18+) will be required to attest that they are scheduling for the minor on the state registration website, Parent/Guardian name and phone number are required, address is optional. If you have questions or need assistance from Torrance Memorial, please email or call (310) 517-4711. In order to be vaccinated, a photo ID must be shown, proof of age is required and for minors 12-17, along with a signed consent form.
Join us at this service event sponsored by RHP and Ren's Evergreen Alliance club at the Linden H. Chandler Preserve, 3011 Palos Verdes Dr. N, Rolling Hills Estates on Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. All ages welcome! Objectives include watering, clearing out new areas for planting, and removing invasive species/weeding. Volunteers should be prepared to engage in light to moderately difficult work. Please bring water, sunscreen, a hat, gardening gloves (if possible), a snack, hand sanitizer, and an extra mask. It's also suggested to wear long pants and shoes that can get dusty or muddy. We encourage bringing a friend, family member, etc., to make the experience even better! 
Email/register with Maria Huang or Cait Smith at or caitlyn.smith@rollinghillsprep.orgprior to attending to receive the Release and Liability forms or if you have any questions. 
An important year-end tradition is our annual Athletic Banquet that celebrates all of our Husky athletes who participated in sports teams throughout the year. Although this year altered the landscape significantly, many upper school teams were still able to compete and train with shortened seasons as restrictions were lifted. We are immensely proud of the perseverance and grit our Husky athletes demonstrated this year and we look forward to highlighting their accomplishments and commitment to their teams!
Our virtual middle school science fair, hosted on Tuesday, June 1, was a smashing success! Due to the virtual nature of the event, many of the presentations were pre-recorded and can still be viewed by clicking the link below.

Click here to access Science Fair 2021 presentations
Our Head of School lists, which serve as our academic honor rolls, for Trimesters I and II are now available for both Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools. Students who received a 4.00 GPA or higher are designated as recipients of "High Honors" for any given trimester and students who received GPAs between 3.50 and 3.90 (with no grades below a C and only one C permitted) are designated as recipients of the "Honors" designation.

Click here to access the Rolling Hills Prep Head of School Lists for Trimesters I and II
The "Important Dates" document, outlining major events and holiday breaks, for 2021-2022 is now available. Additionally, this document will be hosted for the foreseeable future on the "Current Parents" page of our website under the "Community" tab.

Please visit our new Summer Opportunities web page for more information about summer school courses (Biology, Geometry, and Gov/Econ) and other options, such as RenCamp, REACH Camp, or Peninsula Bay Cities Day Camp.

Click here to visit the Summer Opportunities web page

Our first ever STEM Week was a smashing success filled with student projects, guest speakers, and our second-ever STEM podcast! If you missed any of the events, activities, or content, you can still view it by visiting our STEM Week 2021 web page by clicking the link below.
Visual Arts Show 2021
Our annual art show is a celebration of the creative ingenuity of our community. We are continuing a new digital tradition of hosting it online to ensure everyone has the opportunity to see all the great student work from this year. Enjoy a glimpse into the creative minds and processes of our students and faculty alike by visiting galleries of work that highlight individual portfolios and works created in specific courses.

Click here to access Visual Arts Show 2021
We are proud to announce that we are now participants in the Box Tops for Education program. Box Tops for Education is a long-running program that allows families to support their schools through the purchase of many common products and groceries. The program is easier than ever to participate in and can be done quickly and easily by photographing your receipt using a new app-based system on your phone.

More information about participation can be found by clicking the links below and we deeply appreciate your participation and support of our schools!