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.
Richmond Community High School has been ranked number two and Franklin Military School earned the number 22 spot on the 2017 “100 Best w!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance” national ranking. The rankings were released by Working in Support of Education (w!se), a NYC-based educational not-for-profit focused on promoting student financial literacy nationwide, and sponsored by Voya Financial®.
Welcome all parents and students to the new year. John Marshall is fully accredited again! This is a result of the hard work by everyone to help our students succeed and graduate. My hope is that as the year progresses you will be engaged with the school to continue building student success. Our goal is to work with you to create a rich learning environment for all students. Student success is a shared responsibility between our school staff, students, parents, and community. Education is a joint venture between school, home and community.
Tyreil Mayo graduates John Marshall High School with a 4.23 GPA and is a recipient of the Harvard Book Award, the Brotherhood / Sisterhood Youth Award, the West Point Society Leadership Award, and he placed second in the Future Business Leaders of America Regionals. Tyreil is a member of the Art Club and the Drama Club, in addition to being a JCCE Tutor, a teller for the New Generations Credit Union (John Marshall HS Branch), and a member of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council which provided feedback to the superintendent on issues of concern to students in the district, and still he found time to play soccer and baseball for his school. Tyreil will receive $250,456 in scholarships and grants and will attend Virginia State University in the fall, majoring in Computer Engineering.
Virginia State University
Major: Computer Engineering