2014-2015 Lottery Results
On Saturday, March 22, 2014 Raleigh Charter High School held its admissions lottery.
1027 students applied to RCHS for the 2014-2015 school year.
The lists of numbers on this website do not include those siblings and faculty children. On this website, we
list the numbers of students who were accepted or placed on a waiting list.
SOOTS Benefit Concert #8 -- Our Final Show
RCHS Sustaining Roots Music Community Project
ENJOY OUR STUDENTS’ FILM & BECOME A PATRON
The Sustaining Roots Music Community Project of RCHS will host its 8th and final benefit concert, “Songs of the Carolina Twilight," featuring Justin Robinson & Friends, on Friday, April 25, at the Historic Long View Center on Moore Square. Doors open at 7 pm.
Online tickets are available now. $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Visit: http://www.seatyourself.biz/sootsblues
To make this final show as successful as it can be, we urge the RCHS comunity sustainers to become SOOTS Patrons. To learn more about what it means to be a SOOTS Patron, please enjoy this student-produced short film about SOOTS.
Join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and visit www.sootsblues.org for more information on how to support the work of SOOTS students.
Purchase Your Yearbook Today!
The deadline for ordering your yearbook is quickly approaching. Because we have a limited number of yearbooks this year, we cannot guarantee you one unless you purchase yours now! The last day to purchase a yearbook is May 2. Yearbooks are $65.
Arts for Amnesty Gala on May 1st
Food, art, interesting discussion-- what's not to love? Come to Amnesty International's 3rd annual art gala on Thursday, May 1, from 5:00 - 7:00 in the school's atrium. This year's theme is: Injustice in the Justice System. Proceeds will go to Jobstart, an organization our club has worked with this year that provides incarcerated women with the mental stability and skill set to succeed in a paying job once on parole.
5-6 pm SILENT AUCTION: Raleigh Charter students' artwork will be up for bidding, focusing on the night's broad topic of injustice in the justice system
6-7 pm SPEAKER: Gretchen Engel will discuss her research regarding the application of the death penalty.
Get Ready for the Second Annual RCHS Community Crosswalk!
Raleigh Charter’s Club Council will hold its second annual Community Crosswalk on Fiday, May 2nd on the Raleigh Charter campus, from 12:40 until 2:40. We will be exploring the ways in which we can maintain the traditions we have developed as a school, while remaining open to change: “Preservation and Progress.”
Students will engage in panel discussions on the role of service at RCHS, arts in the community, and the relationship between alumni and current students. There will also be student research presentations, home-cooked southern food, and photography celebrating a year of RCHS activities. While the event is geared towards students, parents are also free to attend. We encourage students to come out to discuss, learn, and imagine what the future holds for RCHS!
Snow Day Make-up Days
The following dates are our remaining snow day make-up dates.
RCHS-SOOTS Students Converse with Banjo Masters about Music & Global Communities
RCHS Sustaining Roots Music Community Project
Five generations of SOOTS sudents met on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill to converse with Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, two banjo master diplomats, who have traveled the world to share their unique musical talents. It is always a great joy when Raleigh Charter High School alums and students share experiences together. Thanks to the Center for the Study of the American South's Dr. Bill Ferris for inviting our students to this event.
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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