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RHS Students Learn Financial Literacy

Volunteers at Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan are helping students at Romulus High School become better prepared for real life. Nearly 100 RHS students recently went on a field trip to the JA Finance Park in downtown Detroit. During the visit students learned about money management, entrepreneurship, and how to balance a real world budget. Students took part in a simulation where they were assigned to a hypothetical life scenario that included a profession and a mock family.

State Testing

Dear RHS Families:

Each year during the month of April, Romulus High School runs special schedules during State of Michigan Mandated Testing for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. This year these exams will take place on April 11th, 12th, and 13th. The required exams consist of a series of tests for the following groups:

Eagles Win Boy Basketball Regionals

The Romulus Eagles varsity basketball team followed up their district title by improving to 20-4. They beat Ann Arbor Pioneer 66-53 in the regional championship on Wednesday night. With the game tied at halftime the Eagles came out strong in the second half going on a 12-0 run. Head coach Jerret Smith said, “We just had to keep pushing, we knew we had to wear them down”. The Eagles will face Detroit U-D Jesuit at Callahan Hall on Tuesday, March 21st at 5pm.

School Senior Nia Pittman Meets Coach K at Duke University’s LEAD Business Institute

LEAD Trophy

So you want to be an entrepreneur? A CEO? Or perhaps you see yourself working on Wall Street, developing an innovative new technology, or leading the marketing strategy for one of the world’s most iconic brands. If you are a high school junior, who is considering a career in business, the LEAD Summer Business Institute is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

Students Explore Post Secondary Career Options

Romulus High School students attended the first annual Construction Academy at Eastern Market on October 18th. Sachse Construction and Junior Achievement teamed up to encourage students to explore careers in construction trades. The one-day event featured training and demonstrations from subcontractors across the state. Students were exposed to different careers and were able to interact with professionals. This unique learning experience allowed students to gain a hands-on approach, which included anything from fiber optics to masonry.

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