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February Update

Thank you to all the parents who attended our first Coffee with the Principal on February 6, 2015.  It was great to share information, answer questions and discuss my vision and the future for RPHS.  Many participants then made their way over to our Honor Roll Ceremony where they joined over 150 other parents to celebrate the academic achievements of our students.  We will be changing the format for the Honor Roll Ceremony for the Spring semester and the future by holding the ceremony in the evening to allow for more parents and families to attend.  Look for more information on this in future Principal Updates.  I am currently looking at dates with PAC for our next Coffee/Evening with the Principal and will send out a school messenger notification with the information

JoAnn Baeten – Principal

SPORTS:  Congratulations to all four of our winter sports teams as they have all qualified for the CIF Playoffs which begin February 18, 2015.  The Girls Soccer team remains undefeated for the season and have won the Cross Valley League Championship.  Boys Basketball are also Cross Valley League Champions and remain undefeated in league play.  Girls Basketball and Boys Soccer both look to finish in second place in league and will represent RPHS in the playoffs as well.  Good luck to all of our teams.  A special congratulations to Mr. Daniel Rincon, Boys Basketball Coach on his 100th career victory as RPHS coach on January 30, 2015.  Spring sports are in full practice mode as Boys Baseball, Girls Softball, Boys Golf and Boys and Girls Track and Field get underway in March.  Please feel free to contact Mrs. Becky Barkdoll, Athletic Director if you have any questions regarding our athletic program.  Cheerleading try-outs are coming up in March.  Information packets may be obtained in the Athletics Office, H.S. Attendance Office and Mrs. Macias’s classroom, Room 74.

CADET CORPS:  On February 7, 2015 RPHS cadets competed in the annual California Cadet Corps High Desert competition, and brought home several awards.  Congratulations to the following cadets:  1st Place Senior Division Outstanding NCO – Cadet Command Sergeant Major Isaac Holtz, 1st Place Senior Division Outstanding Overall Cadet – Cadet Major Alexander Alaniz, 3rd Place Senior Division Outstanding First Year Cadet – Recruit Rene Ramirez and 3rd Place Senior Division Outstanding Junior Officer – Cadet First Lieutenant Blake Collum.  By placing 1st, both Cadet Command Sergeant Major Holtz and Cadet Major Alaniz will represent RPHS at the California Cadet Corps State Championship to be held on April 11, 2015 at Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.  Great job cadets!!!

DRUM LINE:  Winter Drum Line under the direction of Mr. Josh Cool begins its competition season on February 28, 2015 with a show at West Covina High School.  Competitions continue through March, with semi finals and finals to be held in April.  Good luck and bring home the hardware.

COURSE REGISTRATION:  Counselors will begin presentations for next years classes with the current Juniors the last week in February.  Current Sophomores and Freshmen will follow in the first couple of weeks of March.  These course request and registration will help with master schedule planning for the 2015-16 school year.  Students will be given information on the RPHS diploma requirements as well as A-G college requirements and other academic planning.  Please be sure to go over the information your students bring home an feel free to contact our counselors Ms. Kristina Pittman (A-L) or Ms. Valerie Fury (M-Z) with any questions you may have.

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES:  Just a reminder that conferences to discuss your students academic progress will be held on March 18 and 19 from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm.  This will mark the end of our third quarter of attendance and report cards will be available at this time.

OTHER NEWS:  Congratulations to Mr. Ben Pae and his Anatomy and Physiology classes as they have been given a donation of mechanical prosthetic hands to work with.  This donation comes from BSNF Railway and once the hands are assembled by our students they will be given to someone in a third world country through the work of Odyssey Teams, Inc.  A big thank you to Junior Madison Seiler and her family for making this project possible.

Community College Night:  February 6, 2015 at 6:00 pm in the Middle School MPR.  Come and visit with representatives from Victory Valley CC and Barstow CC.


Welcome Letter 2014-2015 School Year

our mission

Our Mission

Our school is committed to the growth and positive development of students through an experiential learning approach that strives to engage the student, enlighten the mind and empower the future.

Our mission is to empower every student to be a successful learner. We want our students to be the “Best” without reservation or qualified restrictions. We seek to promote a diverse, challenging and supportive environment of firmly grounded, tolerant, respectful, accountable and academically motivated students.


Fully Accredited WASC School

WASC stands for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It is the accrediting body for the western states, including California. Their job is to visit schools and determine whether or not the school is doing an adequate job educating All students as well as whether the school meets its own definition of who it claims to be. The WASC process includes a self-study to identify who we are, what we are doing, and how we are doing it.

Becoming WASC accredited means that credits, grades, and courses taken at Riverside Prep will be transferable to other high schools and will be looked at by colleges as a fully accredited and reputable high school. Many colleges and universities will not accept students from non-accredited schools, or if they do, often students are held to higher test score requirements. Our interest is giving the students at our school the best education possible as well as enabling them to pursue whatever course they choose in the future.


Enrollment Center

The Enrollment Center is located at 19121 Third St. in Oro Grande, CA.
For more information please call (760) 843-5556.

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Enrollment Availability

Riverside Preparatory School has a limited number of spaces available for students.  A lottery is conducted to determine the order in which an invitation to attend will be extended when spaces are available which are less than the number of students on the waiting list for any given grade level.  Kindergarten students for each year are accepted on a “first come” basis until classes are full.  The School encourages parents to register for Kindergarten as early as possible.  Some parents are registering their children for kindergarten as early as five years in advance!

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The main goal of the Riverside Preparatory Music Department is to give each student a positive experience with music. This includes the ability to demonstrate appropriate fundamentals, concepts, and techniques needed to perform successfully.

California Cadet Corps

Riverside Prep. High School is proud to offer our students access to the California Cadet Corps program. This program is available to all of our high school students and is an elective period during the school day.


Our athletic program stresses the importance of student participation and sportsmanship while learning and performing various skills – along with encouraging students about nutritional needs.