New Richmond High School
1131 Bethel-New Richmond Rd.
New Richmond, OH 45157
P 513-553-3191
F 513-553-2531
NRHS News & Events
Doug Foote to head OHSAA Southwest District
New Richmond High School athletic director/dean of students Doug Foote has been elected president of the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Southwest District for 2016-2017. Mr. Foote, who is beginning his ninth year with New Richmond schools, was first appointed to the District board in 2013 and elected to a six-year term in 2015 by a vote of principals from schools within the Southwest District which covers 15 Ohio counties stretching from Cincinnati to Indian Lake.  
Board approves 1-hour delays for training
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District has approved three 1-hour delays during the 2016 fall semester for the purpose of staff development and training that require more time than the... 
New members make SBAAC stronger
The Southern Buckeye Academic and Athletic Conference has emerged from the latest round of conference realignment stronger than ever. That was the consensus at the June meeting of SBAAC athletic directors and superintendents...  
New Richmond Wall Of Honor Donations Needed
We are creating a Wall of Honor to recognize alumni and district employees who have served in the military at New Richmond High School in New Richmond Ohio. All funds will go to the creation and maintenance of the Wall. We appreciate any donations... 
New Richmond Wall of Honor Application
If you would like to add a name to the New Richmond Wall of Honor located at the New Richmond High School, click 'Read More' to begin the application process. 
Boys and Girls basketball camp June 27-30.
New Richmond High School boys basketball coach Brian McMonigle and girls basketball coach Tom Wessner will hold the 7th annual New Richmond High School Boys and Girls Basketball Summer Camp for students entering grades K-8...  
DAILY BULLETIN
  • New Richmond High School Daily Announcements for May 25, 2016
NREVSD To Offer Free Breakfast and Lunch This Summer
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program which is providing free breakfast and free lunch to any child 18 years old and younger. The SFSP will begin on June 6 and run through...  
Introducing girls soccer coach Rebecca Heine
New Richmond High School's new girls soccer coach Rebecca Heine was introduced to players and parents May 30. She discusses her soccer background and summer plans for Lady Lions soccer.

 
Erik Anderson breaks school pole vault record
New Richmond High School senior Erik Anderson won the Southwest OHSAA Division II District pole vault with a vault of 14'4" on May 19.

 
Parking Permit Requirements & Regulations 16 - 17
Parking Permits will go on sale August 1st!
Parking Regulations

1. Parking permit fee is $15.00 for the school year. Parking permits will not be issued until this fee, plus $25.00 for General School Fee has been paid.
2. Students must be licensed to drive and have liability insurance. A copy of driver’s license and proof of liability insurance must be submitted with the application before a permit will be considered.
3. The school assumes no responsibility for vehicle or their contents while parked on school property.
4. No passengers are permitted to ride outside of the interior of vehicle, including bed of pick-ups.
5. Students are to park only in the lot that they have been assigned. If their lot has been filled, report the problem to the office that morning.
6. STUDENTS MAY NOT PARK IN N.R.E. OR N.R.M.S. PARKING SPACES!
7. Students should observe the parking lot speed limit of 15mph and road signs (ex. One way).
8. Student vehicles are subject to search if there is a reasonable suspicion that controlled substances, weapons, or stolen property may be present.
9. Any changes in license plate number or type of vehicle should be reported immediately.
10. Excessive tardiness to school will result in a loss of parking privileges.
11. All students and parents/guardians/custodians must sign an "Informed Consent Agreement" for random drug testing in order to be eligible for a parking permit.
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)

Violation to parking regulations
A. 1st Offense - verbal warning
B. 2nd Offense - -one week suspension of parking privileges
C. 3rd Offense - suspension of parking privileges for remainder of school year
 
NRHS Troubadours earn Superior Rating
The New Richmond High School Troubadours under the direction of Elizabeth Hannah earned a Superior Rating of "1" in the district OMEA competition Saturday at Taylor High School and qualify for the state OMEA contest.
Superior rating for NRHS Band
The New Richmond High School Concert Band under the direction of Mr. Mike McKinley and Mr. John Wright received a Superior Rating of "1" at OMEA District XIV competition March 4 at Harrison High School.
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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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