New Richmond High School
1131 Bethel-New Richmond Rd.
New Richmond, OH 45157
P 513-553-3191
F 513-553-2531
NRHS News & Events
New Richmond welcomes back Dwayne Woodruff
New Richmond High School Hall of Famer Dwayne Woodruff returns to his hometown during Homecoming on Oct. 2 to present his Dwayne Woodruff Scholarship to 2015 recipient James Mahan and present a commemorative Wilson Golden Football to New Richmond as part of the nationwide Super Bowl High School Honor Roll initiative recognizing schools and communities that contributed to Super Bowl history and positively impacted the game of football. Woodruff, who was a three-sport star at New Richmond and led the Lions to the 1974 Clermont County League championship, went on to play college football at the University of Louisville and an 11-year career in the NFL as a cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he accumulated 37 interceptions after being drafted in the sixth round in 1979. Click on the video below to watch a tribute to Woodruff who also will be in the homecoming parade.
  • New Richmond High School Daily Announcements for October 1, 2015
A.L.i.C.E. Training
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District has adopted A.L.i.C.E. training 
Ohio Invesitgative Unit - Media Release
OIU agents work to create a safe homecoming season for Ohio's high school students!! 
2015 Messenger September Edition is online
The 2015 September Edition of the New Richmond High School Messenger is now available online.
Click here to read the 2015 September Edition
NREVSD joins group to oppose mandates
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District has joined 40 other Greater Cincinnati school districts in forming the Greater Cincinnati School Advocacy Network to lobby Ohio legislators to scale back on unfunded mandates returning local control to education. “By joining the Greater Cincinnati School Advocacy Network we hope to encourage parents, educators and community leaders to contact their legislators to eliminate unfunded mandates. We would like to see reductions in testing time, data-collection requirements and teacher evaluation programs and return local control to schools,” explained New Richmond Supt. Adam Bird.  
NR School Board opposes marijuana issue
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District passed a resolution at its Sept. 21 meeting opposing Ohio Issue 3, the proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize the use of marijuana in the state of Ohio.  
BOE asks for override of budget veto
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District passed a resolution at its September 21 meeting asking legislative representatives to sponsor and pass override legislation to Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s veto of PUTPP Reimbursements for FY17 which will cost the district more than $700,000. PUTPP Reimbursements are payments Ohio makes to public school districts for local tax losses resulting from deregulation of public utility industry in 2001 that culminated in the lowering of the assessment rates of some public utility tangible properties from 88% to 25%. New Richmond originally received $8.1 million per year but has lost $1 million per year prior to the current biennial budget.  
Watch Nick Edmondson's record INT return
Nick Edmondson's school-record 102-yard interception return sealed New Richmond's 37-22 win over Batavia. Mike Martin and Chris Sheldon called the dramatic play.
The previous record was a 96-yard return by Matt Godsey against Hillsboro in 2000.
NREVSD to Conduct Intruder Drills
If you student comes home from school talking about ALICE, it isn’t in reference to the new girl in school. ALICE stands for Alert; Lockdown; Inform; Counter and Evacuate, the standard for training and dealing with an intruder during life threating lockdown situations. State law mandates that schools conduct three unannounced ALICE training drills for students each school year. Administrators, teachers and building staffs have had their required intense training session.  
Naviance Family Connection
Naviance is a comprehensive college and career readiness solution for middle and high schools that helps align student strengths and interests to post-secondary goals, and improve student outcomes.
Parking Permit Requirements & Regulations 15 - 16
1. Parking Permits will be sold for the 2015-2016 school year beginning the week of  August 10, 2015
2. Parking Permit is $15.00 per year, plus $25.00 for 2015/2016 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.
         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.

Exam Schedule

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

7:41 - 9:20 (99) 1st Period Exam
9:25 - 11:05 (100) 4th Period Exam
11:10 - 12:35 (85) 3rd Period Study/Lunch
11:10 - 11:40 (30) Lunch A
12:05 - 12:35 (30) Lunch B
12:40 - 1:20 (40) 6th Period Study
1:25 - 2:20 Underclassmen Awards

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

7:41 - 9:20 (99) 3rd Period Exam

9:25 - 11:05 (100) 6th Period Exam

11:10 - 12:35 (85) 5th Period Study/Lunch

11:10 - 11:40 (30) Lunch A

12:05 - 12:35 (30) Lunch B

12:40 - 2:20 (100) 5th Period Exam

Thursday, May 21, 2015

7:41 - 9:20 (99) 2nd Period Study/Locker Cleanout

7:45 - 8:20 (20) 3rd Floor Top Locker Cleanout

8:20 - 8:40 (20) 3rd Floor Bottom Locker Cleanout

8:40 - 9:00 (20) 1st/2nd Floor Top Locker Cleanout

9:00 - 9:20 (20) 1st/2nd Floor Bottom Locker Cleanout

9:25 - 11:05 (100) 2nd Period Exam

11:10 - 12:35 (85) 7th Period Study/Lunch 

11:10 - 11:40 (30) Lunch A

12:05 - 12:35 (30) Lunch B

12:40 - 2:20 (100) 7th Period Exam

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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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