Reading Senior High School

One vision. All students. One Reading.


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Assistant Principals

Leigh Purnell
Assistant Principal

Marissa Bono
Assistant Principal
610-371-5705 ext. 81912
Students: GOO-Q

Geraldine Sepulveda-Torres
Assistant Principal
610-371-5705 ext. 81913
Students: R-Z

Jason Schwambach
Assistant Principal
610-371-5705 ext. 81914
Students: 9R and 10R

Cheryl Davis
Assistant Principal
610-371-5705 ext. 81914
Students: Knight Academy

*A reinstatement meeting must be scheduled in order for your child to be permitted back into school following a suspension.  Please use the phone numbers above when scheduling a reinstatement.

Dean of Students
Jessica DiBlasi Myers
610-371-5705 ext. 81157

Guidance Secretary
Donna Malack
610-371-5705 ext. 81935

Guidance Counselors
Kathryn Moser
Students: A-COR
610-371-5705 ext. 81939

Crissta Worman
Students: COS-GON

Traci Fake
Students: GOO-MAT
610-371-5705 ext. 81376

Edwin Romero
Students: MAU-Q
610-371-5705 ext. 81375

Kelley Daye-Barton
Students:  R-SA
610-371-5705 ext. 81927

Monica Lacey
Students: SB-Z

Jennifer Oakes
Students: 9R and 10R

Sharon McLendon
Students: Red Knight Learning Academy

College + Career
Guidance Counselor

Irma Mondragon
610-371-5705 ext. 81925

Parent Outreach Assistant
Marilyn Torres
610-371-5705 ext. 81053

Main Office Staff
Janett Pelker
610-371-5705 ext. 81051

Cindy Dresh

*Please notify the main office of any phone number or address changes.

Enrollments/Office Manager
Adriana Sanchez

Attendance Secretaries

Ellie Pedraza
610-371-5705 ext. 81916
Students: A-GON

Wanda Martinez

Idelisse Ventura
610-371-5705 ext. 81913
Students: R-Z

Krystal Boyd
610-371-5705 ext. 81914
Students: 9R and 10R
Knight Academy

*If your child is absent, please send a note when he/she returns to school.

 Home School Visitor
Kirk Singleton
610-371-5705 ext. 81928

School Nurses
Kristina Kuczawa
610-371-5705 ext. 81138

Brandi Flynn
610-371-5705 ext. 81917

Working Papers
Debbie Hart
610-371-5705 ext. 81083

The Working Papers office is open 7-12:30 and 2:15-3:30.  Parent/guardian must accompany student and show photo identification in order to obtain working papers for their child.

School Colors
Red and Black

School Mascot
Red Knight

School Motto
Dic cur hic
Tell me why you are here

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  • Thursday, October 27, 2016

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    RHS named Distinguished Title 1 School 
    The Pennsylvania Department of Education has designated Reading High School as a Distinguished Title I School for its advancement in closing the achievement gap. Reading High is one of 96 schools in the state to receive this honor. Visit our RSD blog to read more.

    RHS increases SPP score to 65.2 percent
    While SPP scores for several local schools dipped, Reading High School's SPP score increased by 5 points, according to results released this week by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.  The high school's SPP score increased from 60.2 to 65.2 percent, as our district moves closer to supassing the state's 70 percent benchmark. In addition, we are pleased to report that is RHS is no longer ranked last in SPP scores among Berks County school districts. Great job, Red Knights!

    Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program

    The Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program is designed for over-age and under-credited students who want to earn their Reading High School diploma. To learn more about the program and find out if you're eligible to enroll, contact Krystal Boyd at or 484-258-7430. Click here to watch a video about the program.


    RHS Transcripts
    To obtain your official high school transcript, complete the Transcript Request form and fax it to Irma Mondragon at 610-685-2028. Click here to download the form.

    Anonymous Tip Line
    Students, staff, parents and community members are encouraged to use our Anonymous Tip Line to share information about incidents or issues regarding the safety of our students.Text or call 484-769-1833. Or e-mail

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