RPS was among 10 sports facilities that were recognized for their leadership in addressing safety and security issues as part of the 2017 National Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) Conference and Exhibition earlier this month.
Richmond Public Schools announces plans to renovate Overby-Shepard Elementary School following a unanimous vote by the Richmond City School Board during Monday night’s board meeting.
Richmond Public Schools will provide live streaming video of all 2017 RPS high school graduations.
The Richmond Public School Board announced at the conclusion of the June 5, 2017 school board meeting the appointment of Thomas Kranz as the interim superintendent effective July 1, 2017.
Welcome to Huguenot High School, home of the Mighty, Mighty Falcons.
Huguenot is the largest school in Richmond Public Schools. This comprehensive high school supports over 1700 students. HHS is the hub of the division’s ESL program south of the James River. With tremendous growth this year Huguenot has moved from the 2nd largest high school Hispanic population to the largest in the Richmond metro area.
There has been strong attraction to the quality programs and newly constructed campus which supports the largest campus in Richmond City.
At Huguenot, all students are groomed, through an environment of reinforcement and tenacity within a culture of autonomy, to successfully complete college or excel in a trade to ultimately flourish in a 21st century society.
Paulette Hall graduates Huguenot High School with a 4.08 GPA. She is active with many groups and clubs including the Student Council Association, the Future Business Leaders of America, the Federal Reserve Program, and the Partnership for the Future organization which helps motivated high school students with limited resources transition from high school to college and employment. Paulette was also the Senior Class Vice-President as well as being an outstanding member of the Huguenot HS Girls Varsity Basketball Team. Paulette was awarded the William & Mary Scholars Award and the James Madison University Centennial Scholar Award. She will attend the College of William & Mary in the fall, receiving $186,928 in scholarships and grants, and she will major in Political Science.
College of William & Mary
Major: Political Science