Rockingham County High School
|Rockingham County High School|
|180 High School Road, Reidsville, NC 27320
Reidsville, North Carolina, United States
|School board||Rockingham County Schools|
|Vice principal||Steve Scott, Joan Tatum|
|Color(s)||Silver and black
For the 2008-09 and 2009-10 school years, Rockingham County High was a North Carolina Public Schools "School of Distinction" for being ranked 7th in the state for combined End of Course Test scores. In 2003, the Piedmont Triad Educational Consortium designated RCHS as a "Signature School", and in 2005 it was named a "Light House School" by the North Carolina Association for Curriculum Development.
82% of students are White, 13% of students are African-American, and 5% of students are of other ethnicities.
RCHS is currently a member of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and competes in the 3-A Mid-State Conference. Their biggest rivals are Reidsville High School (a class 2-A school) and Morehead High School (an in-conference class 3-A school), both of which are also operated by Rockingham County Schools. The school currently fields teams in these sports:
Fall: Cross country, cheerleading, men's soccer, football, women's golf, women's tennis, women's volleyball
Winter- Men's basketball, Women's basketball, cheerleading, swimming, wrestling
Spring- Baseball, men's golf, men's tennis, track, women's soccer, and softball
Rockingham's only team state championship came in baseball in 1996. Their women's basketball team were state runners-up in both 2002 and 2003.