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work of digital art by RCHS student

Pharaohs make digital art!

Mrs. Ford's Art 1 students used Google Drawing to create works of digital art. See more here!

photo of the RCHS National Honor Society Inductees

Congratulations to Our National Honor Society Inductees!

students participating in the American Mathematics Competition

Pharaohs compete in math!

20 RCHS twenty students participated in the prestigious, nationwide American Mathematics Competition, AMC 10, on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. Big thanks to Mrs. Ilie for preparing them!

RCHS Junior Makai Kirven, with Mr. Mccallum

Pharaohs play the violin!

On Monday evening, November 8, RCHS Junior Makai Kirven performed "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" for solo violin at the conclusion of the School Board's student recognition. Our band teacher, Mr. Mccallum, appears with him in this photo. 

photo of RCHS alumnus Melvin Roy

Pharaohs give back!

Read RCHS alumnus Melvin Roy's feature—"Fostering Hope"—in the October issue of Richmond magazine.

Amari Jackson catches a long pass.

Pharaohs play football!

In TJ's 28-8 win against Tucker last Saturday, RCHS Senior Amari Jackson caught this 40+ yard pass! Thanks to Dr. Winbush for taking the photo.

student explaining a physics problem

Pharaohs understand physics!

Dr. Dahal, our instructor of AP Physics and AP Statistics, says that RCHS junior William Mason "works hard and solves any hard problem in physics."

RCHS Senior speaks to the School Board about the importance of art!

Pharaohs speak publicly!

Kahlo Garrison, senior at RCHS, was asked by leadership to speak at the School Board meeting on October 18th. In her speech, she shared her experience as an art student at RCHS, showed examples of her work (see following images), and detailed her artistic process.

Senior Kahlo Garrison's Art

Senior Kahlo Garrison's Art

Senior Kahlo Garrison's Art

Custodial Worker with gifts in front of RCHS building

We're grateful for our custodians!

Thank you for 17 years of service, Mr. Jackson!

student walking across stage at graduation
view of the front entry of RCHS

Happening at Community

Mrs. Rachel Tracy, one of our English teachers, has been chosen to take part in a digital humanities project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. (You can read the press release here.)

The project is called "Teaching and Learning William Faulkner in the Digital Age." Over this two-year commitment, she'll be developing and implementing a curriculum on Faulkner literature using digital modules such as Digital Yoknapatawpha, which is full of interactive maps, historical documents, and other primary sources.

The Robotics Club at Richmond Community High School is planning to conduct a workshop for students to work on robotics design with expert instructor FIRST Chesapeake, Richmond, VA. The virtual training has 18 sessions, one hour per week. Training will begin as soon as we have enough students sign up. The training will only consider the first 10 students who can commit their time and interest to participate in the training. If you need more information about it, please contact Dr. Jiba Dahal at Please reserve your spot as soon as possible by completing this form.

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