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Homework Requests
If you or your student are going to be absent, please contact Doreen Avila at (909) 307-5500 ext. 30140 or by e-mail at

You may also contact individual teachersE-mail is generally the easiest way to do this.  Additionally, please check teacher web pages for assignments.
School Records - For information on transcripts and other school records, click here.
Instructor: RHS Counselors   
The counselors at Redlands High School work closely with the Career Center, ROP, teachers and administrators to assist students with decisions about high school programs of study, specific courses, and further education after high school. An important part of a student’s experience at RHS involves relations with other people—friends, teachers, administrators, and parents. Counselors help students work with these people on a daily basis and handle issues that arise naturally in human relations.

Students can meet with their counselor before and after school, during lunch, and by appointment.  
Counseling Announcements
Local SAT Administration Dates for 2017-18
Below are the Saturday dates when REV will be administering the SAT in the 2017-2018 school year (convenient local option for students).

* Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017 (new Saturday more opportunity for students to take the SAT before college apps)
* Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017
* Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017
* Saturday, May 5, 2018
* Saturday, June 2, 2018

Students, check the College Board website for deadlines, waivers, fees, and other important information. Registering early helps avoid late fees.

Dual Enrollment at Crafton Hills College
Attention Sophomores and Juniors - If you missed the Summer Dual Enrollment Program deadline and you would like to still enroll in a summer class, you're in luck! The deadline for completing and turning in your Crafton Hills College paperwork packet has been moved to this Friday, May 5th. Students must complete an online application to CHC, and then must complete and turn in the packet to the counseling center. Courses available for this summer are CHC 100 (Student Success and the College Experience) and THART 120 (Beginning Acting). Remember, both courses earn you college credit and both are UC/CSU/CCC transferrable. More information can be found on the school and RUSD websites, as well as in the counseling center. Thank you!

Get Involved on Campus
Nothing makes high school more exciting than being involved in campus activities. Try-out/Audition dates for the 2017-2018 school year are coming up soon. Click here for dates and times!
Going Out of State with Instate Tuition
Want to go out of state to college but afraid you can't afford it? Check out the participating colleges and universities participating in the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE). Through the WUE, students in Western states may enroll in participating two-year and four-year public college programs at a reduced tuition level. Over 16 states or territories participate in this outstanding program. Click on the link below to learn more and to find out if a school and major you are interested in participates.

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

Participating Schools
Thousands of dollars in scholarship money is available to students who take the time to fill out applications. Be one of those students! For the latest in scholarship offerings click here. New scholarship opportunities arrive on a daily basis.

Undocumented students, click here for scholarship opportunities unique to your situation.
Jump Start your College Career with Classes on High School Campuses
This semester, Crafton Hills College is offering a series of classes on the Redlands High School, Redlands East Valley High School and Citrus Valley High School campuses. Classes begin January 25 and run through June 6, 2016. Current 11th and 12th graders with a 2.5 or better are eligible to enroll in classes at any of these campuses. Classes and textbooks are free to current qualifying high school students. Click below to find out more about the program and to pre-register.

CHC Dual Enrollment Brochure.pdf
Pre-Enrollment Form-Crafton Hills.pdf

Pre-enrollment Forms need to be completed and returned to your counselor as soon as possible. Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis. Don't get left out by waiting until the last minute!

Scholarships for Study Abroad
The U.S. Department of State recently announced scholarships for American high school students to study abroad. Applications are now being accepted. These Merit-based scholarships include international airfare, tuition, and program costs, as well as meals and living accommodations (often with a host family). State Department programs have no language prerequisites, and gap year students are encouraged to apply as long as they meet the age requirements.
More information is available at

The State Department has a number of programs focusing on different areas and cultures around the world. Click here for information with pertinent links. This is a great opportunity to learn a new language and immerse yourself in another culture.
September is Suicide Prevention Month
September is Suicide Prevention month. Take a moment to read the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson's letter to educators regarding suicide. His letter includes many useful links for educators and parents to support us all in identifying students at risk for committing suicide.

Suicide Prevention Letter
RHS is Digitally Connected

Be apart of the conversation!
Parents: Do you have questions or concerns about Social Media sites and apps? If so, click here for information on the most popular apps that can help you make sense of it all and have meaningful conversations with your student about using these apps safely.
Online Colleges and University Degree Programs
Are you looking for an alternative way to complete a college degree? Most colleges and universities in California are incorporating online degree programs, with 36 that offer at least one Bachelor’s degree online. Click here to find out how the schools and programs stack up and what will work best for you.
School Records - For information on transcripts and other school records, contact Mrs. Pantaleo at ext. 30170 or by e-mail at .
  • Current RHS Students can complete an official transcript request form from the Information/Switchboard Desk in the South Campus or click here to go to the fillable form... Seniors: Remember to request a final transcript to be sent to the college you will attend next year.
  • Redlands High School graduates or former students can complete an official transcript request form from the Information/Switchboard Desk in the South Campus or click here to download the fillable form... Important note: These requests must come directly from the former student. By law, information cannot be given out to parents or relatives of adults.
  • Education Verification requests: These requests will need the following criteria must be submitted via fax at 909-363-7440 before processing: student name at graduation, date of birth including year, graduation year and authorization page from student with their signature.

College Athletics - Important Changes
Attention Student Athletes:
All students interested in playing college athletics need to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse. Registrants may access the site at From the home page, click on “Enter Here” for NCAA college-bound student-athletes, then on the “New Account” link in the upper right corner. From there, simply follow the prompts.

The Clearinghouse has announced some important eligibilty requirement changes starting in 2013. The following documents will help you better understand what you need to do to be prepared:

Seniors: Applying to Historically Black Colleges and Universities?
Seniors, if you are interested in applying to a historically black college or university, check out  This common application will allow you to apply to 36 HBCUs for only $35.  Visit the site to see the schools participating in this affordable application process.
The Path to a Four Year University/College
Click here for the road map of making it to a four year university or college.

Homework Requests
If you or your student are going to be absent, please contact Doreen Avila at (909) 307-5500 ext. 30140 or by e-mail at

You may also contact individual teachers. E-mail is generally the easiest way to do this. Additionally, please check teacher web pages for assignments.
School Records - For information on transcripts and other school records, click here.
Downloadable Files in Alphabetical Order
 Activity Groups
Click here to find out about all the clubs and activity groups on campus. Students who are involved on campus tend to do better in school. Get involved!
 AP and Honors
Click here for application forms for AP/Honors classes available for grades 10-12. You will need a form for each class to which you are applying.
 College Information
Click here for information on colleges and college prep. Be sure to visit the Career Center for additional information.
 Financial Aid
Click here for information necessary for receiving financial aid for higher education.
 GED Test (General Education Development Test) & CHSPE (California High School Proficiency Examination)
Click here to find out information on taking the GED, GED Prep Courses, and the GED and the Military along with information on signing up for the CHSPE, dates, times and many other details.
 Graduation Information
Click here for information on graduation and graduation requierements.
 Grief and Childhood Bereavement
Information on dealing with children experiencing a death or other significant loss.
 Job Training/Employment
Click here for information on job training programs.
 Outside Counseling and other Parent/Student Resources
Click here for information on outside resources for students and parents.
Click here for information on registration.
Click here for information on Scholarships. Please see the Career Center for additional scholarship opportunities and financial aid.
 Special Education
Click here for information relevant to parents of and for students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
 Summer School Documents
Click here to download documents related to summer school.
 Transcript Requests
Current and past RHS students can download transcript request forms here.
 Tutoring and Study Tips
Click here to find community resources to help improve your performance in class and information to help you study more efficiently.
 Bullying Policy.pdf
Redlands High School and the Redlands Unified School District take bullying and harrassment of any kind very seriously. Click here to read policies governing this behavior.
 Duties and Responsiblities of Students.pdf
This explains what is expected of each student at Redlands High School along with important contact information and guidelines for parents.
 Four Year Plan with course choices 2016.pdf
Four Year Plan for Class of 2018 and beyond.
 Project Cuddle - Espanol.pdf
Si tú, o alguien que conoces, está embarazada, y necesita ayuda, llámanos al 1-888-483-2323 las 24 horas al día 7 días a la semana.
 Project Cuddle.pdf
If you or someone you know is pregnant and does not know what to do, Project Cuddle can help.
 RHS School Profile 15-16v1.pdf
Redlands High School 2015-2016 School Profile
Counseling Web Pages
Counselor Contact Information
+ Davenport, Linda
+ Hill, Betty
+ Hoyt, Nancy
+ Reynolds, Kimberly
+ Scott, Brad
+ Walsh, Sherry
Click on name to see details.

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