On November 9th, 2017 Romulus High School celebrated students that have earned high marks in the classroom at the annual Academic Achievement Breakfast. To qualify students had to maintain a 3.5 grade point average for each trimester. First-year students were awarded certificates, second-year students received a medallion, and third-year students were presented with a plaque. Families were invited to attend the event and filled the media center in support of their children.
The country’s top female experts in science, technology, engineering, and math, were at Cobo Hall in Downtown Detroit, during the Women of Color Stem Conference in early October. More than 100 pupils from Romulus Middle School and Romulus High School gained career insight by attending Student Day 2017. The experience provided hands-on exploration through team-focused break out sessions, led by industry professionals.
Picture Retake Day is September 27, 2017. Retakes and new students will be taken in the auditorium from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm that day.
Picture Day is Coming!
Class list coming soon!
On Tuesday, June 20, 2017 members of the 1st cohort of Romulus Dollars for Scholars kicked their summer off at Project Runway at Eastern Michigan University. The students joined 122 other members of the class of 2019 from Detroit Regional Dollars for Scholars partner high schools. Students learned about post-secondary options, college admissions, financial aid, research and planning for academic and career success.
Romulus Physical Education Teacher Craig Otter is always looking for new ways to challenge his students, both physically and mentally. He recently allowed the Army National Guard to step in and implement their Warrior Fit Program. The program is a fast paced cross-fit circuit comprised of different stations designed to force students to adapt quickly to new challenges. “It is great to work with Romulus students and introduce them to physical fitness. The National Guard allows young adults to serve their country while providing them with money for college”, said Staff Sgt.
With prom season and graduation quickly approaching Romulus High School students were provided with tips on how to stay safe while driving. On May 15th the “Save a Life Tour” visited Romulus High School, providing students with a powerful message, and an opportunity to get behind the wheel of their state of the art simulators. The simulators give a realistic first-hand experience of the dangerous and potentially life threatening consequences of drinking and distracted driving. “It was a great learning experience for me and my peers.
For nearly 20 years Romulus High School Teacher, Terri Brinston has empowered hundreds of students through her Health Occupation program. Many of her former students are currently strengthening the workforce as doctors, nurses, researchers, EMTs, CNAs and more. HOSA is an exciting, leadership driven, educationally advanced, and professionally focused student organization. Students that participate are given the opportunity to associate with many healthcare focused professionals and students from across the world.