New Richmond High School
1131 Bethel-New Richmond Rd.
New Richmond, OH 45157
P 513-553-3191
F 513-553-2531
NRHS News & Events
NREVSD's role in NR Bicentennial
Message from Supt. Adam Bird:
To NREVSD Community:
I wanted to remind everyone about all of the exciting activities that are taking place this weekend to celebrate the Village of NR's Bicentennial. Many of the activities involve NREVSD students and NREVSD staff. I am thankful for their efforts to participate in the events because they represent powerful learning opportunities for our students.
 
DAILY BULLETIN
  • New Richmond High School Daily Announcements for September 19, 2014
Student volunteers needed for NR’s Big Bash
The New Richmond Schools Education Foundation is in need of student volunteers to help with its events during New Richmond’s Bicentennial Big Bash Sept. 19-21. Volunteers will receive credit for community service. Volunteers can sign up at this link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0445a8a82ea5f49-newrichmond 
NREVSD supports New Richmond Bicentennial
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District supports New Richmond’s Bicentennial which will hold its Big Bash celebration Sept. 19-21. The Big Bash celebration will feature performances by the New Richmond High School Troubadours (5 p.m. Saturday), the New Richmond High School Concert Band (6 p.m. Saturday) and events sponsored by the New Richmond Schools Education Foundation and the Leonard D. Gibson Memorial Scholarship Fund.  
September 2014 Messenger is online
The September 2014 edition of the New Richmond High School Messenger is now available online.
Click here to read the September 2014 Senior
 
DRAMA CLUB

AUDITIONS FOR THE NRHS DRAMA CLUB'S PRODUCTION OF OKLAHOMA!  

NRHS seeking vendors for craft show
New Richmond High School is seeking vendors for its third annual craft fair to be held Saturday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at this high school, 1131 Bethel-New Richmond Road, New Richmond. 
Federal Court order on data release
A U.S. District Court has ordered that 2013-2014 school year records from the Ohio Department of Education’s Educational Management Information System be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit. Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act... 
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
Dear Parents/Guardians:

Children need healthy meals to learn. New Richmond Exempted Village Schools offer healthy meals every school day. Breakfast costs $1.25 - $1.50; lunch costs $2.50 - $2.75. However, your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals...  
2014 Distinguished Alumni speech
Dr. Jeanne Corwin, New Richmond Class of 1981, gives the Distinguished Alumni speech at New Richmond Exempted Village School District's 2014 Opening Day Convocation on August 12. Click on the Read More link to watch Dr. Corwin's speech. 
Parking Permit Requirements & Regulations 13-14
1. Parking Permits will be sold for the 2014-2015 school year beginning the week of  August 6 , 2014
2. Parking Permit is $15.00 per year, plus $25.00 for 2014/2015 General School Fees.
3. Parking Permit will not be issued until outstanding school fees, fines, and parking fee is paid.
4. Students must be licensed and have proof of insurance and submit parking application to be considered.
5. The school assumes no responsibility for vehicle or contents when parked on school property.
6. No passengers are permitted to ride outside of the interior of vehicle, including bed of pickups.
7. Students are to park only in assigned student lots.
8. Students should observe the parking lot speed limit of 15 mph.
9.Student vehicles are subject to search if there is a reasonable suspicion that controlled substances, weapons, or stolen property may be present.
10. Any changes in license plate number or type of vehicle should be reported immediately.
11. Excessive tardies to school WILL RESULT in a loss of driving privileges.
12. PARKING PERMITS WILL BE ISSUED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING PRIORITY: 
         a. Any Senior
         b. Grant Students/ Post-Secondary Students
         c. Juniors involved in extracurricular activities
         d. Juniors with a demonstrated need
         e. Any Junior
         f. Sophomores (with Administrative Approval)
13. Students will be directed to park in a specific lot.
New Ohio High School Graduation Requirements
Beginning With the Class of 2018
 
House Bill 487 updated Ohio’s graduation requirements to ensure that all students are ready for success in college and work. As a result, the Class of 2017 (10th-graders in the 2014-2015 school year) will be the last students to take the current Ohio Graduation Tests.
 
The new requirements take effect with the class of 2018 (ninth graders in Fall 2014). Additionally every student will have the opportunity to take a nationally-recognized college admission exam free of charge in the 11th grade. The honors diploma remains another option for students.
 
Click image below to view requirements: 
 
 
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2013 Homecoming Parade
The New Richmond High School band performs in the 2013 New Richmond High School Homecoming parade Oct. 3.
Starling Chamber Orchestra performs at NRHS
The Starling Chamber Orchestra's Great Wall Soloists performed at New Richmond High School, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013.
2012 NRHS Graduation
The graduation ceremony of the 2012 class of New Richmond High School.
NRHS hosts Sumo wrestling
New Richmond High School hosted a Japanese America Society cultural event April 18. The event included sumo wrestling, the national sport of Japan.
2012 NRHS Talent Show
The 2012 NRHS Talent Show raised $1645 for the New Richmond High School band while the corresponding fund raiser for the Moscow tornado victims raised $2200 for the New Richmond Food Pantry.
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2013 Seniors
2013 Senior Class (from left): Olivia Ferguson, Jessica Nazareth, Emily Leffler, Eleanor Wildey, Elizabeth Watkins, Rachel Zawacki.
Meet the Coaches
Carla Corbin and Sue Curfman have been working together for the past 9 years to build the program into what it has become.  By their persistence and dedication, the teams have continued to improve year after year.

Corbin returned to coach the Lady Lions in 2010 after taking a season off for maternity leave.

Curfman, who also serves as the athletic director at New Richmond Middle School, filled in for Corbin in 2009 and led the Lady Lions to a second place finish in the SBAAC with a 9-5 record. She resumes her position as assistant varsity and JV coach.

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