Parent Outreach Assistant
Red and Black
Dic cur hic
Tell me why you are here
Positive incentive prizes
Phenomenal performances receive standing ovations
Distinguished designation is based on the school’s strides in closing the achievement gap
Click the link to watch Dr. Mumin's video statement
Physical papers due by Feb. 3
If you want to participate in spring sports at RHS, you must return your physical papers in by Wednesday, Feb. 3 to qualify for the free physical being offered by the Athletic Department.
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-258-7430. Click here to watch a video about the program.
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.
10:00 AM Away Varsity Indoor PTFCA Meet
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Leadership Squad Meeting with Dr. Mumin
6:00 PM Committee of the Whole Meeting