2nd Quarter Honor Roll Students Thumbnail Image
Well Done Lady Jags! Thumbnail Image
Cheers to the Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School Varsity Girls Basketball Team! On Saturday, RHHS Lady Jags played a good game in the Lower State Championship, but they were unable to win against Bishop-England. Hats off to Coach Fredrick Toomer and the Varsity Girls Basketball Team for a remarkable season! Below are a few great accomplishments for the 2016-2017 basketball season.
RHHS Varsity Boys Basketball - Congratulations and Thank You! Thumbnail Image
Congratulations to the Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School Varsity Boys Basketball Team! Coach Faber wishes to share a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the success of the team. Unfortunately, they were eliminated by Brookland-Cayce in the third-round playoff game. Nonetheless, the boys had an incredible season and below are a few great accomplishments for the 2016-2017 basketball season.
RHHS Student Represents Jasper County at ERSAC Meeting Thumbnail Image
Tonathzi Noriega, a senior at Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School, recently attended the Educational Reform Student Advisory Council (ERSAC) Meeting held at Francis Marion University. Education and Public Works Committee Chair Rita Allison is the Chairwoman for ERSAC. Representative Allison assembled a group of high school juniors and seniors to share their thoughts, concerns, and aspirations about education within their district and South Carolina.
Jasper County School District State of the Schools 2016-2017 Thumbnail Image
Click here to view more information about our State of the Schools event.
Proud to see RHHS graduate Taylor flourish Thumbnail Image
Carol and I had lunch with Rebekah Taylor the other day at Wendy’s in Ridgeland. When she walked in, it was hard to compare her to the Taylor that I met on the basketball bus about a year ago.
Dr. Parker-SCAA Principal of the Year Thumbnail Image
Dr. Karen G. Parker has been selected as the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Class 3A Region Principal of the Year. She will now have the opportunity to be selected as the SCAAA Class 3A Principal of the Year and possibly the SCAA State Principal of the Year. She will be honored at the SCAAA Spring Athletic Conference in Charleston in March.
RHHS’s Dopson signs with Newberry College Thumbnail Image
Davontay Dopson is the top boy academically in Ridgeland-Hardeeville High’s senior class. He’s an honor roll student who had scholarship offers to several colleges, including Clemson University, Limestone College and North Carolina Central University.
Thank you business partners for participating in RHHS Career Fair Thumbnail Image
Ridgeland Hardeeville High School students, faculty and administration would like to thank representatives from the companies and agencies listed above who participated in the career fair on Tuesday, November 1st. Several Jasper County Schools alumni participated and were eager to share their career success with students in grades 9-12.
Alexa Price a presenter from Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina presents a Culinary Lesson to RHHS students. Thumbnail Image
Alexa Price a presenter from Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina presented a Culinary Lesson to Mrs. Ingram's Family and Consumer Science and Food and Nutrition class on January 11, 2017.
RHHS Homecoming 2016 Thumbnail Image
RHHS Homecoming was a BIG SUCCESS! We really appreciate your particpation and cooperation! Thank you for supporting our students.
Important Information for Students & Parents/ FAFSA & PSAT Thumbnail Image
FAFSA Changes for 2017–18 - On September 14, 2015, President Obama announced significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) process that will impact millions of students.
Free, Live PSAT Prep - For many high school students, the PSAT/NMSQT® is more than practice for the SAT® or ACT® – it’s the first meaningful step on their path to college, as a high PSAT score can attract notice from colleges and open the door to scholarship opportunities.
Talk of the Town - Dr. Karen Parker Thumbnail Image
Click "Read More" to view the video link to Dr. Karen Parker, Principal and Mr. Davaron Edwards, Band Director of Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School recent appearance on ‘(843)TV’ 'Talk of the Town’
Mr. Pitts - District Teacher of the Year Thumbnail Image
Dr. Pitts demonstrated signs of becoming an influential teacher and leader in the profession and in his community. From his first-year teaching assignment in rural Holmes County, Mississippi in 1993 to his current assignment in the Jasper County School District (2015-current), Dr. Pitts has maintained a driven, sustained work ethic and passion for academic excellence amongst his students and colleagues for many, many years. His unconventional style of teaching is cited with traditional instructional methodologies intermixed with theatrics, music, and over-the-top props.
THA-RHHS: Celebrate historic rivalry matchup Thumbnail Image
Friday night marks a moment to be celebrated.
For the first time, a Jasper County School District public school will face Thomas Heyward Academy in a varsity football game.
Extending the School Day for Instruction Thumbnail Image
With the emphasis on academic achievement, the Jasper County School District has extended the school instructional day by 15 minutes.
Simmons signs with Baylor Thumbnail Image
2014 Ridgeland-Hardeeville High graduate signed to play football at NCAA Division I-A (Football Bowl Subdivision) Baylor University.
Boozer headed to Indian River State College Thumbnail Image
Boozer signed a full basketball scholarship to Indian River State College (IRSC) located in Fort Pierce Florida. Boozer heads to Indian River State College with twelve college credits added to her academic record. While attending RHHS, she was dually enrolled in the Early College Credit Opportunity program at the Technical College of the Lowcountry. Boozer plans to major in Business Management.
RHHS 2016 grad Hamilton ready to pursue college goals Thumbnail Image
The cost to attend Charleston Southern University, including tuition, room, board and books, is $37,000 per year.
Carmen Hamilton, a recent graduate of Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School, has received 10 scholarships that will cover those expenses for all four years. She was named an inaugural Reverend Pinckney Scholars Program winner, which is a scholarship of up to $10,000 each year for four years.
Coach Faber excited about summer hoops sessions Thumbnail Image
Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys basketball coach Jeremiah Faber is pleased with the progress of his team this summer.
After making the Class AA state championship game two seasons ago and being ranked No. 1 in the state and reaching the third round of the playoffs last season, Faber anticipates continued success despite the climb to Class AAA.