Welcome to Rhinelander High School, a high school "Committed to Excellence." Rhinelander High School is a comprehensive 9-12 high school with academic programs, athletic participation and activities for all students.
It is our Vision that Rhinelander High School will be a welcoming, engaging and challenging school which prepares all students fully for the role they desire to play as they take part in our diverse and changing world.
Rhinelander High School strives to meet the educational needs of a diverse population of students across Oneida, Lincoln and Langlade counties in northern Wisconsin. Our mission is to ensure high levels of learning for each student, every day.
It is time to cast your vote for Prom King and Queen.
Submit your vote through the Google Form in your email by noon Friday. If you did not receive a form, email Mrs. Stieve.
This is also a reminder to all students that you must have your ticket to enter prom on Saturday. You will not be allowed into the dance if you do not have your ticket.
RHS student council is encouraging everyone to join with DC Everest student council as we show our strength and support for Antigo High School. This coming Wednesday, May 4th, we ask that all high school students throughout Wisconsin wear maroon&white (Antigo's colors) and take pictures throughout the day and post them to social media with the hashtag #antigostrong. We are here for you Antigo.
Junior Class Fundraiser
The Junior class will be selling root beer floats during lunch Tuesday-Friday, May 3rd- May 6th. They will be $2 each or 2 for $3.
Last day to purchase prom tickets is Wednesday, April 27th. ABSOLUTELY NO SALES will take place after 3:30. No ticket sales will happen at the door!
All wrestlers who want information about summer wrestling tournaments and camps, please stop in Coach Ruppert's room 217 during AEP Tuesday or Friday
2016 Prom Court members are as follows:
Albiona Sabani James Michniak
Shelby Kuehn Matthew O'melia
Ali Schickert Ethan Pequet
Sydney Zettler Max Holperin
Gracie Linsmeyer Tyler Kolasa
Miranda Koth Logan Wild
Anna Eckardt Tyler Blomdahl
Northwoods Environmental Scholars Program
Students who might be interested in pursuing a career in science should consider the Northwoods Environmental Scholars Program. This is a summer program running 10 days in partnership with the RHS Science Department and the U.S. Forest Service. Activities include working with different scientists on various projects in the Rhinelander area over a ten day period of time. Students would be eligible for a 0.5 elective credit in science towards their high school graduation at RHS. Students who will be a sophomore, junior, or senior for the 2016-2017 school year would be eligible. If you would like more information or are interested in this program, see Mr. Schutts in room 127. All students who want to participate in this program will have to fill out an application form and return it to Mr. Schutts by Friday, May 6, 2016. Your acceptance would be announced during the week of May 9-13, 2016.
ACT Aspire Bell Schedule
9th and 10th grade students will be taking the ACT Aspire test. All students at RHS will follow a block schedule on April 27th & 28th.
Wednesday, April 27th
Thursday, April 28th
1st Period Class: 7:55 – 9:45
2nd Period Class: 7:55 – 9:45
3rd Period Class: 9:55 – 11:45
4th Period Class: 9:55 - 11:45
5th Period Class & Lunch (see times below)
5th Period Class & Lunch (see times below)
7th Period Class: 1:25 – 3:15
6th Period Class: 1:25 – 3:15
Lunch Block – 5th period
1st Lunch: Eat 11:45 - 12:15 Class 12:20 - 1:15
2nd Lunch: Class 11:50 - 12:15 Eat 12:15 - 12:45 Class 12:50 - 1:15
3rd Lunch: Class 11:50 - 12:45 Eat 12:45 - 1:15
Congressman Sean Duffy and U.S. Senators Ron Johnson and Tammy Baldwin invite interested HIgh School students, teachers, and parents to meet representatives from:
U.S. Coast Guard Academy U.S. Air Force Academy
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy U.S. Military Academy at West Point
U.S. Naval Academy
Date: Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Newman Catholic High School
Please stop by Student Services for more information.
The Harlem Wizards are coming to Rhinelander!! Don't miss this AWE-INSPIRING show on Friday, May 13 at 6:30pm. See some of your favorite principals, teachers and classmates take on the World Famous Wizards. Luke Roberts will be coaching the team that includes Bryce Young, Eva O'Melia, Mr. Richter, Mr. Bolkema, Mrs. Huseby, Mr. Bontz, Mr. Howell, Mr. Gretzinger, Ms. Bowman, Mrs. Linsmeyer and more! See more about the Wizards at http://www.harlemwizards.com.
Are you finding some classes difficult and need a tutor?
Are you good in any of your classes and want to earn some service hours by helping fellow RHS students?
Please come and see Sra. Mara Krueger in Room 212, or request a form in the Student Services Office.
There will be tutoring in the LMC and EVERYONE is invited! Need to get your grade up for sports? Need help studying for a big test? We have got you! Every Tuesday and Thursday there will be an open tutoring session in the LMC from 3:20-4:00p. Bring your homework, study materials and we will help any way we can!
Post-Graduation Intentions 2015-16 must be completed at this time.
This information will be used for the School Performance Report. Personally identifiable information will not be released under any circumstances. Data is requested for generating the statutorily mandated School Performance Report.Graduating seniors must use their school login to access.
Please check your student email for the link to this survey.
When: Saturday April 30th.
The Theme this year is “A Walk in Wonderland”.
This is open to all students grades 9-12.
The dance is from 8:00pm until Midnight! Grand March will take place at 9:00pm.
Buy your tickets by tomorrow to save!
Tickets on sale during all lunch shifts!
April 11-15: $45 couple, $25 single
April 18-27: $55 couple, $30 single?
Project Positive Youth Development
The Oneida county Health Department is looking for two youth activists (freshman - juniors) to assist with new and exciting youth programming this fall. Do you want to make a difference in the community you live in? Do you enjoy mentoring younger kids. If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Applications are available in the activities office.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets every Tuesday morning at 7:30 in Room 218. FCA is open to ALL students. Athletes and non-athletes are all welcome!
Attention Juniors and Seniors
Did you know that Rhinelander High School uses Parchment, a secure, paperless way to send transcripts directly to the post-secondary school(s) you select? It's easy, it's secure, and it's available 24/7. Please take time to register @ http://www.rhinelander.k12.wi.us/rhs/transcript.cfm
Instructions are also available in student services. Please remember that once you are registered you will need to keep your username and password information for future reference.
Non Local Scholarships
Non-Local scholarships opportunities are now available online at the Student Services website. Seniors are encouraged to check periodically as non-profit organizations provide us these opportunities throughout the school year, with varying application deadlines.
To explore additional scholarship opportunities, visit:
REGISTRATION: You must register within 30 days of turning 18 years of age. A valid social security number is required for online registration. You can register with Selective Service by clicking here:https://www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx
If you do not have a social security number, you must register by filling out a paper registration form, signing, and mailing it.
Male students who fail to register with Selective Service are ineligible for Federal student loan and grant programs, including Pell Grants, Federal Work Study, and Stafford Loans. (Parents who want to borrow a PLUS loan do not have to satisfy the registration requirement.) Several states have also made Selective Service registration a prerequisite for state financial aid and for matriculation at public colleges and universities. Even if you disagree with the requirement, you must register. Failure to register can have a serious negative impact on your ability to obtain a driver's license, qualify for financial aid, pursue an education, or obtain employment.
Students are always welcome to stop in Student Services with questions.