1307 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27605
Raleigh Charter High School challenges college-bound students in a creative and supportive atmosphere to become knowledgeable, thoughtful, contributing citizens.

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Summer Hours
RCHS Office

We will soon be moving to our summer office hours. From June 14 through July 31, the school office will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8 am-2 pm. However, we will be completely closed the week of July 4th. Regular office hours (8:30 am-4 pm) will resume on August 1.

Summer Mailing
Back to School

The documents below were sent home with student schedules at the end of June. Parents and students, please read this information carefully.

•Welcome Letter •Carpool Line Instructions
•Tips for the 2016-2017 School Year •PASTA Letter
•Orientation Day Checklist  

Also, don't forget to check the summer reading assignments article below.

Summer Reading
Preparing for the 2016-2017 School Year

Students are reminded that most English classes, as well as AP (Advanced Placement) classes have summer reading assignments. Typically, the only Summer reading assignment for incoming freshmen is English.

Current Job Opportunities at RCHS
RCHS Community

Raleigh Charter High School is seeking the following positions for the 2016-2017 school year.

Cross Country and Track Coach
Women's Volleyball Coach
Men's and Women's Swim Coach
Women's Basketball Coach

For more information, please visit our Job Openings page.

Summer Buildings and Grounds Work Days
RCHS Community

Looking for a great way to help out RCHS while getting to know other families? Come on out to our Building and Grounds work days this summer! Keep checking back to RSVP for our upcoming dates.

Senior Portraits for the Class of 2017

The time has come to begin thinking about your senior portrait for the 2017 yearbook! Outlined below are some guidelines and suggestions for students in the past.

Portraits are not required to be head shots. The picture should include only the senior (no other people). The final picture should be color and in focus, and the resolution should be at least 300 dpi. Pictures should be at least 3”x5” for final printing.

Pictures may come from any photographer, amateur or professional. If you would like your portrait to be taken professionally, some students use Prestige Portraits, a company that is affiliated with LifeTouch, the company that takes our underclassmen yearbook portraits. Their information can be found here. Additionally, we have had many photographers advertise in our yearbook over the years, and we always encourage members of the Raleigh Charter community to patronize businesses that support our yearbook. In the past couple of years, SD Portraits, Willa Stein Photography, and Renee Sprink Photography have advertised in our book. Keep in mind that pictures are NOT required to be taken by a professional photographer.

Senior Portraits should be sent to yearbook.editors@raleighcharterhs.org by mid October. Information regarding the final deadline will be sent out at the beginning of the school year.