Reidsville High School opened as Reidsville Senior High in 1960 and merged with other county schools in 1993 to become part of Rockingham County Schools. This merger allowed for centralized management of all needs, offering students equitable access in all county schools. In 1999, the school's name was changed to Reidsville High School.
The school offers a variety of sports for men and women and the school currently competes as a AA school. There are also many clubs and organizations where the students can extend their classroom learning opportunities as well as find ways to serve their school and community.
The basis of student behavior is based on building character traits, which include respect, citizenship, fairness, trustworthiness, caring, and responsibility. The students and staff strive to display these characteristics in their daily interactions.
RHS achieved Exemplary School status for 1997-98, 1998-99 and 1999-00 through the North Carolina ABC program. RHS has met high growth for four consecutive years: , 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12.
Reidsville High School
1901 South Park Drive
Reidsville, NC 27320
Phone: (336) 349-6361
Fax: (336) 348-2924
Instructional Hours: 8:25 am - 3:30 pm
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Grades Served: 9-12
Mascot: "The Mighty Ram"
Colors: Royal Blue and Vegas Gold
Report Card for Reidsville High School: click here
Principal: Ms. Erica Blackwell
Assistant Principal: Mr. Matt Rice
Assistant Principal : Ms. Joanna Gwynn
Reidsville High School is located on the corner of South Park Drive and Cypress Drive in Reidsville. You may get a map and directions to Reidsville High School at http://maps.google.com/. Type in the address above to get a map and or directions.
RCS Vision: "Teaching all students to become productive citizens and lifelong learners."
RHS Mission: "Reidsville High School, an IB World School, preparing students to be reflective, creative thinkers who can participate in a rapidly evolving world."
Reidsville High School's Core Values:
Every student is important!
Every day counts. Students will cooperate with the daily expectations of teachers, and will succeed.
Character affects both achievement and school climate.
High school students want and need structure. Discipline should be immediate, consistent, and related.
Enthusiasm is contagious. (Valuing staff and partners)
Success for all students. (Close the achievement gap.)
Integration of basic skills will have a positive effect on the achievement of students in all subjects.
Teamwork. The collective effort of a group is greater than the sum of its individual parts. (Together Everyone Achieves More!!)
All students deserve well-prepared teachers. (Staff development aligned with school goals.)
Success breeds success. (Management by fact; focus on results)
Parent Advisory Committee