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.
This form is for students to request assistance in certain classes.
Prom committee will meet Tuesday, March 28th and Thursday, March 30th at 7:15am in Ms. Haakenson's room(131).
NHS is always looking for more tutors as well as any students that may need some extra help! To sign-up for a tutor or to be a tutor, go to the RHS District Home Page. Once filled out, a member of NHS will contact you to pair you up with students from our Rhinelander High School!
Every Monday, “the cave” (English room 235) is also available as a tool for random help in any class from an NHS member or just a quiet place to work and study. The room is also a great tool for working tutors and tutees! Stop in and join us-- be that for individual help or just a quiet place to work on your leftover homework!
Attention Juniors: Vote for Prom Court!
The first round of voting for prom court is open now through Friday, March 24th at midnight! Please access your ballot via the email sent by Mrs. Stieve and read the directions before submitting your form. Contact Ms. Haakenson or Mrs. Stieve with any questions or concerns.
Teen Court Panelist Applications Available
Oneida County UW-Extension is currently accepting applications for interested teens to serve as panelists on Teen Court. The Oneida County Teen Court program gives first time youth citation offenders, ages 10-16, the opportunity to have their case heard before a panel of trained teen panelists who determine sanctions as part of a deferred prosecution agreement. It is a way for respondents to have their record wiped clean and receive a second chance. The panelists enhance leadership and communication skills as they gain insight about the risk and protective factors that impact teen behavior. Volunteer service as a panelist is valuable as a resume and college application booster. Panelist time responsibilities include meeting approximately once a month for about 2 hours to hear cases as well as attendance at an all-day training on April 20th. The application process, including an interview, is open to students currently in 8th-11th grades, and the forms are available from the RHS Activities office or by calling the UW-Extension Office at 715-365-2750. Application deadline is April 10th.
TO ALL LOCAL MEDIA : Lynn Feldman, 4-H Youth Development Agent
Oneida County University of Wisconsin-Extension
3375 Airport Rd. #10
Rhinelander, WI 54501
An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) requirements.
Drama Department presents, The 39 Steps
School District of Rhinelander's Drama Department is proud to present The 39 Steps. The 39 Steps is a high energy murder/spy mystery in the style of Alfred Hitchcock meets Monty Python. Performances are Thursday, March 23-Saturday, March 25 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, March 26 at 1:00 pm in the John and Dori Brown Performing Arts Center at RHS. All tickets are $5 and available at the door.
Accuplacer and Accuplacer Test Prep
Those students that are planning to attend a technical college will need to take the ACCUPLACER Test, including those students that have scored less than a 18 in any subject area on the ACT.
The ACCUPLACER Test Prep will be held on Tuesday, March 21st during third hour in the Principal’s Conference Room. The ACCUPLACER Test will be held at RHS on Tuesday, March 28th, 1st-3rd hour in the Superior Diesel Advanced Learning Center. There is no cost for the test to students provided that they take it at RHS and have attended the ACCUPLACER Test Prep. If the test prep is not taken, the cost is $20 to take the test.
Students please sign up in Student Services
ASVAB Career Exploration Program
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help students identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations and develop effective strategies to realize career goals. Sign up and permission forms are now available in Student Services.
The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is a multiple-aptitude test developed and maintained by the Department of Defense. The ASVAB test is available to students in grades 11 and 12 at RHS on Wednesday, March 29th, from 7:55 -11:00 in the Superior Diesel Advanced Learning Center. Test results are not shared with military recruiting services unless you desire to have your scores used for enlistment eligibility. There is no cost for this test and sign up is in the Student Service office. Permission slips are due in Student Services by Wednesday, March 22nd.
Advanced Placement Exams
Students interested in taking Advanced Placement Exams will need to see Ms. Purcell in the Principal's office by Monday, March 27. The cost for each exam is $93.
There will be a Poetry Slam happening on March 8th, April 12th, and May 10th. Please come and bring your own written poems to the library right after school. We will meet on the stage in the library. This is open to staff not just students, So feel free to join us.
Spring Sports Sign Up
Spring Sports Sign Up is now on the activities website - http://www.rhinelander.k12.wi.us/faculty/activities/index.cfm. Make sure to sign up and have all paperwork into the Activities Office before the first day of practice.
Transcripts - Junior 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?
If you are a Junior or Senior, please stop in to Student Services to pick up your Registration Code and for directions on signing up with Parchment.
Selective Service System Online Registration
Attention Male Students Turning 18 Years of Age:
REGISTRATION: It is the law and you must register within 30 days of your 18 birthday. A valid social security number is required for online registration. You can register with Selective Service by clicking here: Selective Service Registration
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.