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  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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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 73 percent
    Started from the bottom ... now we're here! Reading High School’s SPP score increased from 65.2 percent to nearly 73 percent -- above the state's 70 percent bench mark -- thanks to the hard work and dedication of our students and staff. While we still have more work to do, this is impressive news, particularly as we strive for continuous improvement and academic growth. It signals Reading School District is preparing students for graduation, as well as career and college opportunities. As an urban school, we are competing with the surrounding schools, and this academic progress gives a very clear message to any person in Berks County that students can come to Reading High, get an education and be successful. Great job, Red Knights! Keep making us #RSDproud!

    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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