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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NC School Report Card
Current Letter Grade: A

December 31 Will Be Here Before You Know It!
The end of the tax year is approaching. It's time to decide - How will I donate?
  1. Set it and forget it - Set up a monthly recurring donation either through your bank (no fees for you or RCHS) or with your credit card through PayPal
  2. Mail in or drop off a check at the school
  3. Donate stock
  4. Set up a payroll deduction through your employer
  5. Contribute through workplace campaigns either CFC, SECC, or United Way

Also don't forget about corporate matching gift programs (many companies have December 31 deadlines) or cash for volunteering programs at your work.

And... encourage grandparents and extended family to support RCHS!!!

Donate today. Every Family. Every Year.
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Upcoming Winter Concerts
RCHS Music

Winter Concerts are just around the corner! All concerts are free and open to the public. They will be held in Kenan Recital Hall on the William Peace University campus at 7:30 pm.

Monday, December 5: Choral Winter Concert
Thursday, December 8: Band Winter Concert

Please join our vocalists and instrumentalists in an evening of music. It will be an opportunity to catch your breath and be inspired. We look forward to seeing you there.
Can you Help?
The school is in need of two iPads for classroom use. Have you upgraded to a new model or are you planning on upgrading soon? If so, RCHS could use your older unit. Please contact development@raleighcharterhs.org if you can assist with meeting this need. Thanks so much!
Are You Ready for Midyear Exams?
Tuesday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 7, 2:50-4 pm

The Honor Committee is hosting their midyear exam study sessions on Tuesday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 7, 2:50-4 pm. Members of the Honor Committee have worked with the appropriate teachers to design review lessons and activities for each subject. There will be time for individual questions as well. The subject offerings and room numbers are as follows:

Tuesday, December 6

Wednesday, December 7

Room 136 -World History (Palmieri)
Room 135 - World History (Martignoni)
Room 145 - English (Rios)
Room 141 - Biology
Room 144 - English (Springle)
Room 138 - Common Core II

Room 136 - World History (Palmieri)
Room 135 - World History (Martignoni)
Room 145 - English (Rios)
Room 141 - Biology
Room 144 - Spanish I
Room 138 - Common Core I

All who would like review in the above subject areas are welcome to attend!
Midyear Exam Schedule
December 12-16, 2016

This year's first semester exam schedule is as follows:

Monday, 12/12:

  • No seventh period this morning
  • 9:00 - 12:05: Half day of classes
  • 12:05 Dismissal for all students except those taking a seventh period exam
  • 12:30 - 2:25 Seventh Period exam block
Schedule for the remaining exam days:
  Tuesday, 12/13 Wednesday, 12/14 Thursday, 12/15
9:00-10:55 am 1st period exam 2nd period exam 3rd period exam
11:00-11:25 am Break Break Break
11:30 am-1:30 pm 6th period exam 5th period exam 4th period exam

Friday, December 16 is make-up exam day. Make-up exams begin at 8:30 in Room 139. Any student who misses an exam must attend make-up exam day. Students who are present for all of their exams do not have to come to school on the 16th.


Any requests for taking exams early, late, or at an alternate time, must be made to an academic dean. Parents should contact Ms. Klein by phone or email with an explanation of the reason why an alternate schedule is needed. Students who are sick or who have another excused absence during the week should plan to come on the make-up exam day, but any other kind of planned absence must be discussed with Ms. Klein as soon as possible. We ask that families make sure all winter travel plans begin after the end of final exams on Friday, December 16. Thank you.

Earn Money for RCHS While Shopping Online!

Amazon.com’s foundation, AmazonSmile, has pledged to contribute .5% of your purchases to Raleigh Charter High School! To take advantage of this, be sure to always begin your shopping at smile.amazon.com. (Same products, same prices, same Prime benefits!)

When you first visit smile.amazon.com, sign into your Amazon account and designate "Raleigh Charter High School" as the non-profit that will benefit from the purchases you make. While shopping, you will see "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" in product descriptions. Those items will count toward the .5% that AmazonSmile will donate to RCHS once you have placed your order.

Your order information and identity will stay confidential. RCHS will never know who has placed orders, what items were purchased or order amounts. Using the Amazon app on your phone or tablet will not count toward AmazonSmile.

Thank you to all of our families who go the extra step to make their purchases through smile.amazon.com!

The Phoenix Annual is Here!
Annual RCHS Newsletter

As highlighted in the RCHS Preamble and Principles, one of the tenets of our school philosophy is to "foster balance and moderation in life" in our community. In this year's annual newsletter, we explored how our faculty, staff, and alumni find balance in their lives.

Thank you to all who gave to the 2015-2016 Phoenix Fund! Don't forget to find your name in the donor listing in the newsletter.

Click here to read the latest edition of The Phoenix Annual.

Current Job Opportunities at RCHS
RCHS Community

Raleigh Charter High School is seeking the following positions.

IT/Help Desk Technician

For more information, please visit our Job Openings page.