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RHS Inducts New Members

Romulus High School inducted 22 new National Honor Society members under the advisement of Mrs. Abdo and Mrs. Rice. These sophomore students have maintained a 3. 5 grade point average or higher, and have been recommended by their teachers. Now that the students have been inducted, they are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service each year. Congratulations to all the new National Honor Society members.

Symphony Band Receives First Division Rating at MSBOA

The Romulus High School Band Program under the direction of RHS Alumnus Jessica Mills earned a first division rating for the first time since 2009. The District 12 Band Festival, which hosts schools from throughout the region, was held at Riverside Middle School in Dearborn on Saturday, March 12th. The bands gather, perform, and receive critique by three judges on rhythm, technique, and intonation in addition to posture and overall sound. Ratings range from V to I, with 1 being the highest.

State Rep Visits RHS

Romulus High School had a special appearance from State Representative Erika Geiss on Friday, February 19th  for Legislator to Lunch Week. The visit was prompted by Kathleen Norred, who is the Food Service Director for Romulus Community Schools. The School Nutrition Association of Michigan encourages the partnership between schools and government officials in hopes to establish an on-going relationship for dialog around the issue of child nutrition programs.

Band Clinicians

As the RHS concert and symphony bands prepare for MSBOA festival, Ms. Mills seeks additional ways to challenge and improve our music students. On February 18th, Bradley Grasl from D’Addario visited Romulus High School to host a master class with our clarinets. In addition, Mills brought in Professor Douglas Bianchi, director of bands from Wayne State University, to work as a clinician and offer guidance on February 25th. Both experiences were invaluable to students.

Romulus Virtual Learning Center

Romulus Virtual Learning Center (RVLC) is available for students in grades 6-12. All course offerings are supported by highly qualified, certified teachers. This offers an opportunity for students needing credit recovery.  Interested students may enroll into the lab or may attend courses at Romulus High School.

Romulus Early College

Romulus Early College is a school of choice high school for Wayne County students. REC is an exciting partnership between Romulus High School and Wayne County Community College that allows students to earn a high school diploma and an associate’s degree in a supportive educational environment. After students complete their high school courses in the 9th and 10th grade they move into a hybrid program where students are taking both high school and college courses that lead to an associate’s degree.

Junior Achievement

Romulus High School honor roll student Jalyn Barnett gains valuable knowledge about economic success by taking part in Junior Achievement of South Eastern Michigan. JASEM has a mission to inspire and prepare young people for success in a global economy. Barnett recently had an opportunity to present at the Junior Achievement breakfast held at Quicken Loans in Downtown Detroit.