Richmond Community High School
Richmond Community High School, a nationally recognized leader in urban education, is committed to preparing students to excel in a demanding, technologically sophisticated, global society by providing a college preparatory and experiential learning environment that nurtures individual achievement while embracing diversity.
Students will demonstrate mastery of rigorous college preparatory courses of study and emerge as critical thinkers and effective problem solvers. Students will develop into informed, engaged, and empowered leaders who positively impact their local and global communities. Students will achieve personal excellence by discovering and developing unique interests, talents, and gifts.
The RCHS staff has an uncompromising commitment to achieving these specific, measurable, observable, and demonstrable objectives.
Current enrollment is approximately 250 students in grades 9-12; RCHS is housed in the historic J.C. Chandler building located at 201 East Brookland Park Boulevard on the city’s north side.
Who can apply to Richmond Community High School?
Current 8th and 9th grade students may apply to RCHS. Approximately seventy-five students will be offered admission into next year’s ninth grade class. Admission of students who have not taken Algebra I will be contingent on this course being taken prior to the beginning of 9th grade.
Where can I learn more?
Visit the RCHS website!
Richmond Community High School Profile - Read more about RCHS on this fast facts summary document.
Richmond Community Open House Video - Click here to learn more from Community students and staff.