At RCHS, students are given numerous opportunities to get involved, support the school, and participate in activities that will develop them into productive well-rounded individuals. Some of the clubs to which Richmond Community’s students belong are listed below with a brief description.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter at Richmond Community High School recognizes and rewards students for excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. FBLA is the largest student organization in the school with over 50 percent of the student body participating in FBLA activities. Each year the RCHS Chapter organizes and participates in numerous events including national, regional and local competitive and leadership events; fundraisers; field trips, food drives, community service activities, and much more.
The RCHS Key Club is a service organization and is open to all students at RCHS. The RCHS Key Club a student-led organization with a goal of teaching leadership through serving others. The Key Club is a part of the Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs.
The RCHS Yearbook Club has the primary goal of publishing a chronicle of the school year by producing “RICHES” the school’s annual yearbook. The yearbook staff is responsible for developing a yearbook theme, options for applying the theme, layout of the yearbook, photo content and composition, headlines and captions, page design and a marketing plan for the sale and distribution of the yearbooks. Involvement in the yearbook club offers students the opportunity to gain life skills, assume responsibilities and have great fun all at the same time. Participation is open to any student who has an interest.
RCHS YA Book Club
The purpose of the RCHS YA Book Club is to foster a love of reading, and share and discuss what we are reading with others, in a casual and nurturing atmosphere. The program is open to all RCHS students and staff members.
The RCHS Debate Club provides students opportunities to hone their research skills; to practice developing sound arguments; to expand their minds by increasing their understanding of multiple sides of important issues; to speak in front of an audience and think on their feet.