Richland High School (Texas)

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Richland High School
Address
5201 Holiday Lane
North Richland Hills, Texas 76180
United States
Coordinates 32°50′30″N 97°13′40″W / 32.841573°N 97.227897°W / 32.841573; -97.227897Coordinates: 32°50′30″N 97°13′40″W / 32.841573°N 97.227897°W / 32.841573; -97.227897
Information
Type Co-Educational, Public, Secondary
School district Birdville Independent School District
Superintendent Darrell G. Brown [1]
Principal Carla Rix
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2,137 (2014-15)[2]
Color(s)              
School color(s) Blue & Red
Athletics 6A
Mascot Rebel
Nickname Rebs
Feeder schools North Ridge Middle School & North Richland Middle School
Website

Richland High School is a secondary school located in North Richland Hills, Texas. The school includes grades 9 through 12, and is part of the Birdville Independent School District.

Background[edit]

Richland High School opened in 1961 as the second high school in the Birdville Independent School District.[3] The school was expanded over time to meet the needs of the community, including a major expansion in the late 1980s that added a new main entrance, classroom wing, cafeteria, and administration offices[citation needed].

A 2006 bond package funded a nearly-complete demolition of the original school[citation needed]. Only the original auditorium, the band hall, and a wing added in the late 1980s (including the library and cafeteria) were retained, while the rest of the structure was demolished and replaced with student parking. A brand-new facility was built in the old student parking area, connected to the remnants of the original structure. The new school opened for the 2009-2010 school year[citation needed].

During the 2008-2009 school year, Richland High School introduced its first Advancement Via Individual Determination class. The program graduated its first group of seniors in May 2012.[4]

In 2010, the Richland High School Choir performed at the Texas All-State Convention in San Antonio, Texas. This was the second Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) honor choir that came from Richland[citation needed].

In 2011, the Richland High School Marching Band merged with the Birdville High School Marching Band and the Haltom High School Marching Band to become the All-Birdville ISD Marching Band; they were one of 13 marching bands to take part in the annual Tournament of Roses parade in Pasedena, California.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.birdvilleschools.net/Admin/brown.htm
  2. ^ "RICHLAND H S". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved October 28, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Week's Review of Area News". Daily News Texan. 3 September 1961. Retrieved 22 August 2018. 
  4. ^ http://rhsavid.webs.com/ RHS AVID Website
  5. ^ "Rose Parade lets All-Birdville band show off sound and size". star-telegram. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
  6. ^ Valera, Stephanie (January 23, 2012). "Author Spotlight: Kambri Crews". CBS DFW. 
  7. ^ "State Sen. Wendy Davis, through the ages". Chron. September 1, 2013. 
  8. ^ Lancaster, Craig (August 20, 2014). "Guest editorial: The Confederate flag and the NDO". Last Best News. 
  9. ^ Roberts, Garner (December 4, 2010). "With pleasure, Morris dusts off his greatest hits in return to Abilene". Abilene Reporter-News. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. 

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