Rolling Hills Charter School Mission
"To develop educated and engaged citizens through high expectations for student behavior and academic success in a small, safe, structured environment."
Rolling Hills Public Charter School is centered on the belief that when students are given a learning environment with low threat to their personal safety and self-esteem, and highly challenging academic content is presented, the inevitable outcome is accelerated learning.
Rolling Hills Public Charter School is committed to providing a positive, safe and drug-free environment, which enhances self-esteem, provides exemplary role models, and optimizes each student's potential.
Rolling Hills Public Charter School promotes personal responsibility, critical thinking and individual respect. Rolling Hills Public Charter School students demonstrate the six pillars of character (trustworthiness, responsibility, caring, respect, fairness and citizenship) in their daily interaction with peers, staff and the community.
Rolling Hills Public Charter School faculty and staff will be highly qualified, dedicated and offer academic excellence. Rolling Hills Public Charter School students will be well-prepared for high school and college. Teachers will use an array of academic tools to promote higher-level thinking processes that foster effective communication skills, interpersonal skills, personal and social responsibility, thinking and reasoning skills, expanding and integrating knowledge, and learning-to-learn.
Rolling Hills Public Charter parents are actively involved, sending their child to school prepared to learn. They will understand their child's individual academic and social progress and encourage their child to put forward his or her best effort, while taking responsibility for his or her own actions.
Upcoming School Events
Oct. 25: RHPCS Harvest Carnival 5:30-8:30
Oct. 29/30 & Nov. 1: Parent Teacher Conferences
Nov. 11: Veteran's Day Assembly @ 9:00am
Nov. 25-29: Thanksgiving Break (No School)
Jan. 14, 2020: Title 1 Committee Meeting @ 3:00
March 10, 2020: Title 1 Committee Meeting @ 3:00