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About Our School

  • Rye High School is an accredited public high school, with approximately 960 students and a teaching staff of 79.  Over 95% of our graduates enter universities and colleges.  To meet the needs of all our students, we offer classes at the Honors and Regents levels.  We also offer 22 College Board Advanced Placement courses.  Last year, over fifty percent of our students participated in the AP program and took an average of 2.1 AP courses.  Rye High School has been constantly recognized for its academic strengths by placing in the top 100 high schools in the national rankings conducted by The Washington Post and Newsweek Magazine.  Please visit the Guidance web page for more information on course offerings and detailed information on our academic program.

    A full range of classes and assistance for students with special education needs is available, as well as the Rye School of Leadership for those who learn more successfully in an alternative setting.  Please visit the Rye School of Leadership web page for more details on our alternative program.

    We also offer an extensive extracurricular program which includes the performing and fine arts, instrumental and vocal music, service-oriented clubs, fund-raising clubs, student publications as well as diverse interest clubs which enable each student to select activities suited to his or her talents and interests.  For a list of clubs, please visit the "Families, For Students" web page.

    In addition, the Rye High School Athletic program offers twenty different sports for both men and women.  The Athletic opportunities and schedules are located on the Athletic site under "Departments" found on the District home page.  Thank you for visiting our site.

District News

  • Final Week of RCSD Optional Remote Learning Information Sessions - Week 8

    This week marks the final week of our optional online Parent University sessions around remote learning. Offerings include navigating Book Creator, a Hangout session exploring the co-teaching model for students in grades K-5, tips and tricks for Google Chrome, and navigating Padlet.

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  • RCSD End of Year Update

    As you know, Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order closed schools for the remainder of the school year with a continuation of remote learning. Our school year was to have ended on Friday, June 26.

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  • Letter to RHS Seniors and Parents re Graduation and Prom

    As you know, the New York ‘PAUSE’ order for Westchester County forbids gatherings of people, and therefore we cannot bring graduates and families together in-person for a traditional graduation ceremony on May 31 as we had hoped and planned. While this is incredibly disappointing, we are committed to celebrating the Class of 2020 and creating a memorable day of recognition in the Rye community.

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  • COVID-19 Health Alert

    On Friday, May 8th, the State issued an advisory about a syndrome observed in children and its potential association with COVID-19. Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome may cause a persistent fever, inflammation of blood vessels, rash, abdominal symptoms (pain, vomiting, diarrhea), and cardiovascular symptoms.

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  • National School Nurse Day

    Today is National School Nurse Day. Now more than ever, school nurses are vital to the health, safety, and well-being of students, faculty, and staff.

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  • National Teacher Appreciation Week and Day

    This week marks National Teacher Appreciation Week, with National Teacher Appreciation Day taking place tomorrow, Tuesday, May 5.

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  • Senior Internship Program

    This spring has been challenging. It is important to be able to continue with as many of the senior traditions as possible. After much discussion, we are moving ahead with the Senior Internship program, remembering the importance of maintaining social distance and personal safety.

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  • RCSD Schools to Remain Closed for the Remainder of the School Year

    Today in his daily press conference, Governor Cuomo announced that all New York State schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year due to the coronavirus crisis. Remote learning is to continue for the remainder of the school year, and our buildings and campuses will remain closed.

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  • AP Exam Day Resources from The College Board

    Advanced Placement testing is set to begin in a few weeks. Students and faculty have been preparing for these exams as they worked through their AP course curriculums all year.

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