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RHS Students Present at MN School Board Association Conference

RHS Students Present at MN School Board Association Conference

Three remarkable Richfield High School students, Leela, Sumaya and Antwane, presented at the Minnesota School Board Association conference with our former School Board Chair, Crystal Brakke and other RPS leaders. They talked about their critical role on our Safe & Supportive Schools Committee, which works with students, staff, families and administrators to ensure our schools are providing a welcoming, healthy, supportive, safe and caring environment for all.

As student ambassadors for policy and climate change, Leelai, Sumaya and Antwane have been essential in ensuring school board decisions result in positive, safe and supportive school experiences for all Richfield students!

Interested in getting involved in one of our committees? Visit our Get Involved page to learn how you can contribute to the RPS community.

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Recently, senior Kenia Melgar-Romero presented to a group of sophomores and juniors about a summer program she participated in last year called the Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS)

Success Story: The First Annual Powwow at RHS

Richfield High School was proud to host our first annual Powwow. The event, which was organized by students, was a tremendous success and a vibrant celebration of Native American/Indian culture.

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This month Fametta Zubah, RHS Class of 2021, visited our current juniors and seniors to talk about how to be successful in college, postsecondary plans, securing scholarship funding and navigating the cost of college.

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This is the second year of the Direct Admissions program at Richfield High School, and seniors are excited about the pre-acceptance offers they have received from a variety of colleges and universities.

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Excitement is brewing once again as Richfield High School enters its second year of participation in the Direct Admissions program, in partnership with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. As they prepare to graduate this spring, seniors at Richfield High School have the opportunity to apply to various colleges and universities for free – knowing they have already been accepted!

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