Richland Collegiate High School

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Richland Collegiate High School
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Location
Dallas, Texas
USA
Information
Type Charter School
Established 2006
School district DCCCD
Superintendent Donna Walker
Principal
Grades 11-12
Color(s) Green and Purple
Website

Richland Collegiate High School (RCHS) of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering is a charter high school created in 2006 at Richland College in Dallas, Texas.

Students can complete their last two years of high school at Richland College, taking college courses and earning college credits with a focus on mathematics, science, or engineering. RCHS students can graduate from Richland College with an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree and a high school diploma, ready to transfer or enter as a freshman to a four-year university.

In the fall semester of 2010, the Richland Collegiate High School of Visual, Performing, and Digital Arts opened.

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