RCS High School

2025 Rt. 9W

Ravena, NY 12143

518.756.5200 ext. 2003

Fax: 756-3534

 

Tom DiAcetis, Principal

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Our Mission is to be an exemplary 21st–century learning community whose graduates are well prepared to excel in a complex, interconnected and changing world.

Check out the High School Students of the Month

 

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High School Natural Helpers/Student Volunteers helped with food prep for Equinox Community Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 21.

2016-17 yearbooks are on sale

The 2017 High School yearbooks are now on sale through May 1, 2017. Place an order for the yearbook here. Enter code 12942117
Senior Ads are also on sale through March 15, 2017. For more information visit www.ydpay.lifetouch.com and enter code 12942117.

And their off… to a great start at RCS High School

More than half of students earn a spot on the honor roll

Fifty-five percent of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School students land on top first quarter as 172 students receive an 89.5% grade point average and above to reach high honor roll status and 125 students average 84%-89.4% to reach honor roll.
See list of students honor rolls here.

NYSSMA Area All State Festival

Twelve Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School musicians performed in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Area All State Festival at Saratoga Springs High School on Nov. 18 and 19. Students were selected to one of the performing ensembles based on their scores earned at last spring’s NYSSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival. They joined the most talented students from the RCS NYSSMA Zone (7), which includes about 50 school districts from the greater capital region.
Click to see participants

First school newspaper of 2016-17 released electronically

Get your copy of The Staff and Shield here.

RCS High School welcomes new assistant principal

“I’ve got your back, I’m here for you.” This is one message new Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School Assistant Principal Cynthia Herron wants students and parents to know. Describing herself as a firm but fair leader, Herron says she understands that everyone makes mistakes and in her role, she hopes to help students learn from their mistakes, while letting them know, they are not alone. [read more]