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.
Open house for RHS Trap team
An open house and informational meeting for the newly-formed Rhinelander High School trap shooting team will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30 in the Superior Diesel Advanced Learning Center at RHS.
Students interested in participating in the sport this spring, along with their parents or guardians and anyone interested in assisting the team, are encouraged to attend.
The Hodags will compete in the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League this spring. Practices will begin in March with the first competition set for the week of April 23.
For more information, contact coach Phil Kriesel at 715-482-0238 or email@example.com.
Rhinelander Local Scholarships for Seniors
Applications for Rhinelander Local Scholarships will become available online at the Rhinelander High School Student Service’s Website beginning Wednesday, February 1, 2017.
The Rhinelander High School Scholarship Application must be handed in directly to the RHS Student Services Offices by 3:35 p.m. on Friday, March 3, 2017. Late applications WILL NOT be accepted.
Several scholarships require a separate application; these will also be available on the Rhinelander High School Homepage or can be found in the Student Services office. These separate applications will have the same deadline as the Rhinelander High School application (March 3, 2017) even if it states differently.
Many Scholarships consider financial need as a requirement. Students MUST provide their Expected Family Contribution (EFC) amount, to be eligible for those scholarships.
Applicants are to provide verification of either the FAFSA on the Web Submission Confirmation Form or the Student Aid Report (SAR). One of these forms is to be submitted with the hard copy of their Local Scholarship application and checklist.
There will be an informational meeting for Seniors on Tuesday, January 31st at 10:00 a.m. in the auditorium.
January 21st 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Student Council and FBLA/DECA have teamed up to create a backwards prom that will give you a way to relax and have fun after a stress-filled finals week! Chill out with your friends in informal clothing and enjoy a low-key night of dancing!
Tickets for sale during lunch January 13th, 16th, 17th, & 18th
All tickets $5
Nicolet Area Technical College Visit
A representative from Nicolet College will be here on Wednesday, January 25th 6th and 7th hour in Student Services, to meet with interested students and answer any questions you may have. Please sign up in Student Services for an appointment.
Student Council Snack Sale!
Sold in the four corners during lunch January 19th and 20th (the same days as finals!)
Cookies, brownies, and more; all for $1!
Student Council brings you some comfort food when you need it most!
Baseball open gym starts tonight at 7:30 at Central gym and will happen every Monday night.
Seniors Graduating at Semester
Attention Senior students that have completed their graduation requirements after this semester:
Post-Graduation Intentions 2016-17 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. Seniors that will have completed their graduation requirements at semester must fill out this form and use their school login to access. (Students that will finish after Semester two will fill out the form at a later date)
The finals schedule will be that on January 19 and 20 we will run school on block period days. On January 19 we will have periods 1, 3, 5 and 7 and then on January 20 we will have periods 2, 4, 5 and 6.
January 19 January 20
7:55 - 9:45
9:55 - 11:45
Eat 11:45 - 12:15
Class 12:20 - 1:15
Class 11:55 - 12:50
Eat 12:50 - 1:20
1:25 - 3:15
World Affairs Seminar
The 2017 World Affairs Seminar is a global wide leadership seminar opportunity held annually in June at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI.
This year’s focus is “Education & Social Justice: Creating Change around the World.” This seminar will feature experts in education from around the world sharing insights and views.
The date for this year’s seminar is June 24th-June 30th, 2017. You will stay in the dorms at Carroll University. There is no cost to other, than providing you own transportation.
Every year the Rhinelander Area Women’s Club has sponsored the costs for an RHS junior student to attend. Last year’s Rhinelander High School delegate was Taylor Kriesel. (Students that have attended said it was one of the most worthwhile and valuable experience they ever had!)
Submit a Letter of Interest stating why you would like to attend along with an Activity Resume. Both are due in the Activities Office by Friday, February 3, 2017.
More information is available in the Activities Office or at www.worldaffairsseminar.org
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.