Admissions Information for 2014-2015
The application window for the 2014-2015 school year is now closed. If you sent in an application postmarked between Jan 27, 2014 and Feb 28, 2014, we will send you a green postcard with your student's lottery ID number in the mail. Due to the volume of applications, we cannot answer any questions about specific applications at this time. Please be patient and wait for your postcard.
If you do not receive a green card by March 19 AND you filled out and submitted your application within the application window (Jan 27-Feb 28), please call the school at 919-715-1155 by March 21 at 4pm. There is additonal information on our admissions page. The admissions lottery will be held on Saturday, March 22 at 10 am and is open to the public.
ACT Exam for Juniors
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
On Tuesday, March 18, all RCHS 11th grade students will take the ACT during the school day at RCHS. It is an early dismissal school day and school will dismiss at 1:15pm.
The test is free and open only to current students in grade 11. All RCHS 11th graders have already been automatically registered based on school records so there is no registration process for this test.
Scores from the test are college-reportable. Students are encouraged to visit www.actstudent.org/testprep/ for preparation materials.
AP Exam Registration
AP Exams will be given at RCHS on May 5–16. The registration deadline is March 21 and the cost is $89 per exam. Make checks payable to RCHS. Pay Mrs. Wall in the main office.
There is an online form for registration, but you will still need to print and sign the registration receipt to turn in with your payment. The online form makes it easier to register since it automatically fills in most of the information for you. It also keeps track of your online AP exam registrations.
The registration link is on the College Counseling Testing page in the AP Testing section.
Chartering Our Course: "Giving Thanks, Giving Back"
Annual RCHS NewsletterRaleigh Charter's annual newsletter is here! Featuring photos from the last fifteen years and content by current RCHS faculty and staff, current students, alumni and alumni parents, this year's newsletter is packed with all of the things you love the most about Raleigh Charter.
Ever wonder what Raleigh Charter students really do on Community Work Days? In clubs? Curious to know what uniquely Charter things teachers and staff say to students or things you might only see at RCHS? What about the work that alumni go on to do in the local and global communities? Find out all this and more in the newsletter!
Hey, alumni! Your official Alumni Weekend schedule is on page four. Have siblings? You'll want to see the updated charter school law below it, too. And, don't forget to check the alumni section of this website for class reunion information for the Weekend.
Parking Permits Are Still Available
Opportunities for Student-to-Student Tutoring
AcademicsRaleigh Charter Tutoring Club works by matching tutors and peers based on what subjects tutors would like to teach and what subjects peers need help in. The tutors and peers can then decide when they want to meet up. It will often be one-on-one sessions which can occur during lunch, before school, after school (in the collaborative study hall), in Math Lab, etc. We recommend that tutors and peers meet at least once a week. View the tutoring calendar by clicking on "Tutoring Opportunities" under the "Students" tab.
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