RUHS Parents, please make sure your mailing address, email address, and phone numbers are updated. Much of our correspondence this year will be through email and phone calls. Please call or email Ms. Patty Ulrich at 310-798-8665 x4011 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
Seniors signing their Letters of Intent for Colleges
Upcoming Bell Schedules
Monday, February 8th – “C” Schedule – Periods 135
Tuesday, February 9th – “B” Schedule – Periods 246
Wednesday, February 10th – “C” Schedule – Periods 135
Thursday, February 11th – “B” Schedule – Periods 246
Friday, February 12th – Holiday – No School
Monday, February 15th – Holiday – No School
Tuesday, February 16th – “B” Schedule – Periods 246
Wednesday, February 17th – “C” Schedule – Periods 135
Thursday, February 18th – “ B” Schedule – Periods 246
Friday, February 19th – “C” Schedule – Periods 135
Class of 2020-Sea Hawk Talk
The RUHS Counseling Department welcomes the Class of 2020, bringing workshops for parents and students. Workshops are led by RUHS staff, covering popular topics of interest while answering common parent/student questions.
Join us for Sea Hawk Talk
2016-17 Incoming 9th grade Students- Watch Tutorial Video for Course Selection Instructions
Physical Fitness Test
Starting on February 1st, 2016, our 9th grade students will participate in the California Physical Fitness Test (PFT). The FITNESSGRAM is the required annual PFT for students in grades five, seven, and nine in California public schools. This health-related fitness test, developed by The Cooper Institute, is intended to help students acquire lifelong habits of regular physical activity.
The FITNESSGRAM includes tests for key areas of fitness, including Aerobic Capacity, Body Composition, Abdominal Strength and Endurance, Trunk Extensor Strength and Flexibility, Upper Body Strength and Endurance, and Flexibility. There are two or three test options for most of the fitness areas of the FITNESSGRAM so that all students, including those with special needs, have the maximum opportunity to participate in the PFT. For those fitness areas that have multiple options, only one option is reported for each student.
For each fitness area of the FITNESSGRAM, your student’s performance is classified into the Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ) or into other zones, depending on the fitness area. For Aerobic Capacity, results are classified as in the HFZ, Needs Improvement, or Needs Improvement – Health Risk. For all other areas, results are classified as in the HFZ or Needs Improvement.
Our students will receive their results upon completion of the PFT. These results will help students understand their individual levels of fitness. Students are encouraged to talk about these results with their parents or guardians and their physical education teacher. Parents and guardians can use these results to help their children plan appropriate fitness activities.
Our school district policy exempts students from two years of courses in physical education, if they satisfactorily met the PFT performance standard in five of the six areas of the fitness test (California Education Code, Section 51241[b]). Review your Individual Student Report to determine if your student met the PFT performance standard in five of the six areas of the test. If your student met this requirement, he/she is eligible for the exemption and only needs to take two years of physical education to be eligible to graduate from high school or has completed four years of Physical Education in high school. If your student did not meet this requirement, your student will need to continue taking physical education and participating in the PFT until he/she is eligible for this exemption.
If you have any questions about your child’s participation in the PFT, the FITNESSGRAM, or the test results, please contact your child’s PE teacher. The current year HFZ charts and other information about the PFT are available on the California Department of Education PFT Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/pf/
 The FITNESSGRAM and Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ) are registered trademarks of The Cooper Institute.
We recognize that creating a safe learning environment is a critical part of helping every student achieve academic success. Sprigeo is an online system that you, the students, can use to report bullying incidents and school safety threats. All information sent through the Sprigeo system goes directly to school administrators through a secure online connection. Sprigeo empowers all students – the bystanders and the targets – by providing a simple and anonymous way to report bullying and other safety incidents.
Here are some examples of reportable incidents/issues:
A student is in possession of drugs/alcohol on campus
A student is buying/selling drugs on campus
A student has threatened another student with violence/injury
A student has caused damage to school property
A student has stolen school or student property
A student has engaged in bullying/harassment online or in person
Pick your product, Pick your color, and Add your favorite logo, and it ships directly to your front door.
Don’t forget you can customize many apparel items with your name, number, or year to celebrate your athlete’s journey.
Your school’s Sideline Store operates 24/7 and is supported by an expert customer service team
Student Learner Outcomes
Sea Hawks Lead Emotionally, Physically, and Socially Healthy Lifestyles
Sea Hawks Effectively Communicate Through Writing, Technology, and Presentation
Sea Hawks Practice Critical Thinking to Develop Creative Solutions
Sea Hawks Advocate on Behalf of Themselves and Others
RUHS MISSION STATEMENT
The students, families, staff, and community of RUHS provide a safe educational environment that supports the needs and co-curricular interests of a diverse population of students in meeting high academic expectations and post-secondary goals.
RUHS VISION STATEMENT
RUHS will become Southern California’s premier high school where students are prepared for the academic, artistic, athletic, and individual demands of the 21st century.
2015 U.S. News & World Report- California's Best Public High Schools ranked 143
2015 U.S. News & World Report- Nation's Best High Schools ranked 765
2015 Newsweek’s “American’s Best High Schools” ranked 474 in the nation and 54 in the State
2014 Alliance for a Healthier Generation Silver Recipient (Only high school in the state and 1 of 4 in nation)
2014 Girls Volleyball CIF and State Champions
2015 Girls Basketball CIF Champions
2015 Baseball CIF Champions
2014 Amber Gore, Cross Country CIF and State Champions
2013 Boys Basketball CIF and State Champions
2005, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014 High Tide (newspaper) receives national Gold or Silver Crown award
2003-2006, 2008-2014 The Pilot (yearbook) - Gold or Silver Crown award
2003, 2005, 2009-11, 2014 The Pilot (yearbook) - National Scholastic Press Association’s Pacemaker Award
2015 MCJROTC Naval Honor School (6th consecutive year)
2014 Beach Cities Robotics - FIRST in regional competition & competed in World Championships
We are so proud to be recognized by California’s business community as an Honor Roll school.
RUHS teachers and staff work tirelessly to keep the focus on high expectations and student academic achievement and to continuously improving our practices. This hard work and dedication is paying off for our students.
Free Live Online Tutoring
Free live online tutoring is available through the public library website. All you need is a library card. It’s available after 1 p.m @ www.redondo.org/library. There’s a link for online tutoring (tutor.com) second from the right.
Naviance, recently adopted by the counseling team is an on-line system that allows students to research various colleges and careers, create a graduation plan, build a resume and take personality and ...more
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