Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Posted Monday, September 26, 2022
Attention students planning to attend home football games. Beginning with this Friday's game, we will have two additional safety measures in place:No children under the age of 18 will be admitted to the stadium after the 1st quarter has ended. We will also have a strict no loitering policy. Students are permitted to be in the stands, in the restrooms, or in line for concessions. Students found loitering under the bleachers, or loitering anywhere else in the stadium, will be removed from the game and no refunds will be issued.
Posted Tuesday, September 6, 2022
IMPORTANT BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION
Posted Saturday, August 20, 2022
Below is the instructional fee schedule approved by the Reynoldsburg Board of Education as part of the 2022-23 student handbook. Although processes may have been different during the peak of the COVID pandemic, the district will proceed with collecting these fees at the beginning of the 2022-23 school year. Please reach out directly to your school's principal if you have any questions.
Posted Friday, August 12, 2022
Reynoldsburg High School is hosting a College Credit Plus Information Night on Monday, March 30th 6pm - 7pm at the Summit Campus for parents and students in grades 7-12 next year.
Posted Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Need a last minute, super easy Christmas present for your high school student? Orders are now being accepted for 2014-15 Reynoldsburg High School Yearbooks. Please visit www.smart-pay.com to place yours today.
Posted Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Posted Monday, December 15, 2014
Reynoldsburg schools have been recognized as among the nation's top schools for educators to visit. School visits help develop an innovative mindset, according to Getting Smart's Tom Vander Ark, who has compiled a list of the 100 best schools to visit based on their ability to provide powerful learning experiences to students.Vander Ark, who visited Reynoldsburg last year, has referenced the district's programs in many subsequent articles. In his top 100 list, he named Reynoldsburg High School's academies as worth seeing because students participate in learning blocks that combine high school curriculum, college courses and exposure to careers. The district has since incorporated more formal career sequences that result in industry-recognized credentials that make students employable in their fields of interest.Read more on the Getting Smart blog at: http://gettingsmart.com/2014/11/100-schools-worth-visiting/
Posted Sunday, November 9, 2014
The Reynoldsburg Youth Human Trafficking Coalition is looking for sponsors for a January event to raise awareness about underground economics related to human trafficking. The group of high school students from across academies has been researching what they describe as "modern day slavery" in hopes to helping the community to protect its young people.BELL Academy senior Myles Stanley, vice chairman of the student coalition, said that when he first learned about human trafficking, he did not make a connection to himself or his peers. That came over time as he studied law and other related topics in school. Now, he is looking forward to continuing the work beyond January's conference and his own graduation in the spring.
Posted Wednesday, November 5, 2014