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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We, of RCHS, intend to cultivate the understanding and practices that sustain individual self-determination and community self-government. We have adopted the following principles in order to ensure that all who pass through our halls can imagine, create, and govern a more perfect world.

We believe:
That a foundation of knowledge and ethics must precede all intellectual inquiry;

That if we
  • encourage self-awareness
  • build and maintain local communities
  • develop an awareness of our membership in ever larger communities
  • engage in common enterprises with people who are different
  • accommodate and address conflict and change
  • facilitate problem solving
  • foster balance and moderation in life and
  • take ownership and responsibility for learning
We shall become good citizens.

Calendar Reminders
  • November 22 - 24: Thanksgiving Break, No School

Participate in the International Food Fair and Contest
Friday, November 17th, 3:00-4:30 pm

One of the most unique characteristics of Raleigh Charter is its incredible diversity. One way to get a "taste" of all these amazing cultures is through sharing food from that country or region. To do this, as well as support a charitable cause, the Mental Health Awareness Community Workday Group will be holding an International Food Fair and Contest on November 17th at school from 3:00 to 4:30 pm before the artifact museum.

Students in grades 10-12, cultural clubs, and families are encouraged to participate and bring in culturally-authentic, home-cooked dishes. There is a $2 entry fee if you bring food for the contest. We are asking for a $5 donation from those who would like to taste the food and vote. 100% of the proceeds made from entrance fees will be donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The dishes that receive the most votes will be awarded prizes and school-wide recognition. If you would like to enter a dish into the contest, please click here to sign up.

For the sake of safety, we ask that all foods be labeled with your name and a list of ingredients on a card that we will provide when you arrive. Plan to bring at least 15 servings.

Get Ready for the Annual Artifact Museum!
Friday, November 17th, 4-6 pm

The Artifact Museum, a longstanding annual tradition of the school, is scheduled for November 17, 2017, 4-6 pm. Travel back in time to explore ancient lands through the student-created artifacts on display and listen to students discuss their ancient artifact and its implications. All ninth grade students participate in the Museum and the RCHS community is welcome to attend. More information to come!

Throughout the fall, students work on recreating an artifact and writing a research paper related to their item in their World History courses. Students also spend a portion of their Ex Days and Flex Days preparing for the evening. This year will highlight seven areas of inquiry: Science and Technology, Daily Life, Entertainment and Recreation, Religion and Philosophy, Trade and Economics, Artistic Expression, and Political Systems.

Student exhibits will be displayed in hallways and classrooms throughout the building. All are welcome to visit the Museum and light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Admission is free. Don't miss your opportunity to experience this unique RCHS event!

Buildings and Grounds Work Day
Saturday, November 18, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Please join us as we help out around the RCHS campus! We will be sprucing up the grounds, especially gathering the fallen leaves, and working indoors to repair tables and chairs. These days are a wonderful opportunity to meet other RCHS families while improving the building and grounds for our school community.

Saturday, November 18 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

To sign up, please click here. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Choosing Excellent Teachers

Our school has excellent teachers by design. We choose to spend 79% of our school budget on our faculty. That choice of teachers over furniture, over athletic fields, and over technology is the difference for your student.

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2017-2018 Yearbook Information

Yearbooks on Sale Now

Yearbooks are on sale. To order go to www.jostens.com, click "Order your yearbook TODAY!" and enter "Raleigh Charter High School."

Job Opportunity at RCHS
RCHS Community

Raleigh Charter High School is accepting applications for a Women's Soccer Coach for the 2017-2018 school year.

For information, please visit our Job Openings page.

Updating Your Contact Information and Preferences with RCHS
RCHS Community
It is crucial that RCHS has the most current contact information for you and your family. We use this information not only to send you the Phoenix News each week, but also to contact you in case of inclement weather or an emergency. To check on or to update your contact information, log into our website and then click on "My Preferences" in the "My Links" on the right-hand side on the page. Your RCHS login can also be used to view contact information in the Parent/Student Directory and is vital to the success of our online sign-up system for Flex and Community Work Days. Each student and parent are assigned their own userid.

If you have any concerns, send a brief description of your problem to logins@raleighcharterhs.org.