Rolling Hills Preparatory School is excited to announce a brand new partnership with PV on the Net, a local nonprofit community technology center located in the Promenade On The Peninsula. This partnership supports one of Rolling Hills Prep’s goals of providing their students with the best opportunities to develop their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skill set, while also providing local youth from 8th to 12th grade the ability to receive RHP high school credit for participating in these innovative classes. 
 
The first pilot classes successfully took place mid December featuring an Arduino Microcomputer Basics which introduced students to Arduino hardware and software. These classes allowed students the ability to design and build devices that can sense and control objects. Future courses will occur later this spring and will include coding classes in languages such as C++, Python, and Java. 

Visit www.pvnet.com to learn more. 

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Students and parents, log into My BackPack to check homework assignments and grades. You can also access the student/parent directory and update your contact information through your account.

If you have any questions, please contact Spencer Rogers at srogers@rollinghillsprep.org

Rolling Hills Preparatory School

One Rolling Hills Prep Way
1500 Palos Verdes Drive North
San Pedro, CA 90732

T: (310) 791-1101 | F: (310) 373-4931
Rolling Hills Prep School prides itself on being a forward-looking, academically rigorous college-prep school with a soul. Every day we provide our diverse student body a high-powered traditional curriculum combined with stimulating and innovative teaching techniques both inside and outside the classroom because we believe that success in college and life is best attained by equipping our students with disciplined minds, sound character, healthy bodies and creative spirits. RHP is a private, coeducational day school for grades 6-12, located on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles, CA.

Renaissance, our sister school, believes that bright students who learn differently can rise to great heights when they become empowered and confident. Visit the Renaissance website.