Meet Gracie, a graduating senior with a heart for community service and a passion for learning! Gracie has been involved in the Rotary Club, where she found joy in helping others. Her post-high school plans include attending IECC colleges and then transferring to Murray State University for Supply Chain Management and Logistics. She dreams of studying abroad and working for Caterpillar! Reflecting on high school, Gracie will miss witnessing everyone's growth and transformation. She values the support of Red Hill's exceptional teachers and hopes for success for all her peers. Her favorite memory involves creating her Food Truck Project in Principles of Marketing class, sparking her interest in entrepreneurship. One teacher, Mrs. Bond, made a significant impact on Gracie's academic journey. With Mrs. Bond's encouragement, Gracie overcame challenges in math and gained confidence in her abilities. Gracie's perseverance paid off, leading to academic success in her junior and senior years. Gracie credits Dawn Brewer and Ms. Tussey as her biggest influences, “I would say one of my biggest influences is Dawn Brewer. I was accepted into the CEO program and Dawn is a business women and someone I look up to. CEO has taught me so many things and that program has made me way more confident in my future. Mrs.Tussey has also influenced me a lot and I am so grateful I have had so many classes with her, I absolutely loved her classes, and I will always be glad I took them! “ Looking ahead, Gracie is excited about university life, pursuing her passion for farming, and embracing adulthood. Her guiding quote is from Ronald Reagan: "We are never defeated unless we give up on God."
about 13 hours ago, Jamie Tussey
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Help us celebrate Raya Hackenburg's graduation! Raya's high school journey may not have been filled with clubs or awards, but her bond with friends and cherished memories of pep rallies shine brightly. Through her experiences, Raya has learned the valuable lesson that determination and perseverance pave the path to success. Her pride in achieving good grades reflects her dedication and hard work throughout high school. Mrs. Lasswell's impact on Raya's life and learning is evident, highlighting the importance of inspiring teachers in shaping our futures. Raya's parents have been her guiding lights, demonstrating the profound influence of family support during these formative years. Her advice to underclassmen to cherish every moment resonates with the sentiment of living in the present and making the most of every opportunity. As Raya embarks on her next chapter, we wish her continued success, happiness, and fulfillment in all her endeavors!
about 17 hours ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Noah Kamplain, a passionate wrestler with big dreams of entering professional wrestling and becoming a first responder with drones. Noah cherishes the memories made in high school, especially the funny ones like Briar getting mad over milk. One of Noah's favorite teachers, Ms. Sourthlin, never gave up on him and always pushed him to be better. Through high school, Noah has become more responsible and focused, particularly in his wrestling endeavors. Noah's proudest accomplishment is his dedication to wrestling, and he values the support of his friends who have stood by him. To underclassmen, Noah advises taking action now rather than later and living life to the fullest. His motto is, "Don't reach for the moon when you're going to Mars."
about 17 hours ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Zachary, one of our graduating seniors! Zachary is a true standout in his class, has not only excelled academically but has also demonstrated remarkable leadership qualities through his involvement in extracurricular activities like the Board Game Club and Student Council. His commitment to excellence has been recognized with his induction into the prestigious National Honor Society, reflecting his dedication to both academics and character development. Zachary's advice to underclassmen is straightforward: do your homework, emphasizing the importance of diligence and responsibility in academics. Zachary's exceptional achievement of winning 1st place at Murray State for Meat Judging is a testament to his diverse talents and dedication to his passions. His teachers, Mr. Kinkade, Mrs. Stewart, and Mrs. Gilil, have been instrumental in shaping his journey, providing guidance, and nurturing his potential every step of the way. 📚 As he sets his sights on pursuing an Engineering Degree and embarking on a career at Flying S, Zachary's future is indeed bright. His insightful reflections on the realities of life and his dedication to academic excellence make him a role model for his peers and an inspiration to all who know him. 🚀🌟 Congratulations again, Zachary, on this incredible milestone! The world is eagerly awaiting to witness the great things you will achieve in the years to come.
about 20 hours ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Jaden Collins, a determined senior with dreams of becoming a nurse! Jaden has been part of the Trio Upward Bound program and plans to pursue nursing in the future. She cherishes her time in the library and the guidance of her teachers at school. Her favorite memory involves Homecoming week, a time of excitement and camaraderie. Jaden admires all her teachers for their unique contributions to her growth and learning. Reflecting on her high school years, Jaden has learned the importance of maturity and self-reliance. She's proud of persevering through challenges and not giving up. Mrs. Bond has been a significant influence, encouraging Jaden to attend class and submit work on time. Jaden's advice to underclassmen is to prioritize attendance and punctuality. Jaden is looking forward to her journey after high school. She acknowledges the uncertainty of life beyond high school but remains optimistic, believing that every experience teaches us something valuable. Her mantra, "It's okay, the next time will be better.” Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, Jaden!
1 day ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Addison Mills, a determined senior ready to take on the world! One thing Addison will miss about high school is being surrounded by friends, sharing laughter and memories together. Addison’s favorite high school memory is quite unique - watching her teacher get an ultrasound at Heart to Heart and earning her CPR license at Good Samaritan with her Health Occupation class. Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Michels hold special places in Addison's heart as favorite teachers, each for their unique qualities and support. Reflecting on her high school journey, Addison has learned valuable life skills like saving money wisely and acquiring her CNA license, which she's incredibly proud of. Looking forward, Addison is excited about starting new adventures and embracing the opportunities that lie ahead. Addison has her sights set on Vincennes University to pursue a career in nursing. For underclassmen, Addison advises staying organized, getting involved in activities you love, and never hesitating to seek help when needed. Enjoy the journey and soak up as much knowledge as possible! As she prepares for the next chapter, Addison leaves us with an inspiring quote: “Your life is your adventure. And the adventure ahead of you is a journey to fulfill your own purpose and potential.” Congratulations, Addison, on your upcoming graduation! We can't wait to see where your nursing career takes you.
2 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Halle Hughes, a talented senior with a passion for art and a drive for helping others! Halle has been involved in the Art Club during her high school years and has made remarkable achievements in her artistic endeavors.One thing Halle will miss about high school is her art class, where she found inspiration and won accolades like People's Choice in the art show last year and other recognitions at the Lawrence County event. Reflecting on her high school journey, Halle has learned how to be herself and has gained confidence along the way. She is proud of graduating with decent grades and is grateful for the support of her mother, who has been a significant influence in her life. Halle's advice to underclassmen is to respect their seniors and everyone in general, and she jokes about never eating the school food again! After graduation, Halle's plans include pursuing training to become an EMT and selling her unique fashion designs. Her passion for helping others and expressing herself creatively shines through in her aspirations. As she prepares to embark on new adventures, Halle reminds us of the importance of seizing the moment and not putting things off. Her determination and creativity are sure to lead her to success in her future endeavors. Congratulations, Halle, on your upcoming graduation! We wish you all the best in your journey ahead.
2 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Introducing Loreli Crouch, a driven and creative senior ready to conquer the world! Loreli has been an active leader in Student Council as President, and she's also been involved in Art Club, the Float Building Committee, and had the honor of being part of Homecoming Court. Throughout high school, Loreli achieved remarkable academic success, including membership in the National Honor Society, receiving superintendent's honors every year, and being named State Scholar this year. Her favorite high school memory is hosting a lively 1989 Taylor's Version album release party with Ms. Stewart, her favorite teacher. Their shared love for Taylor Swift created lasting memories of laughter and friendship. In high school, Loreli learned the true essence of happiness—finding contentment within oneself and cherishing genuine friendships. She's immensely proud of her acceptance into Vanderbilt University and credits Mrs. Taylor for her guidance and encouragement in pursuing art. Next fall, Loreli will embark on an exciting journey at Vanderbilt University, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Art with aspirations to become a psychiatrist. She'll miss the fun-filled moments of homecoming week, dances, and prom, cherishing those memories dearly. Loreli's advice to college applicants emphasizes the importance of personal essays and showcasing one's personality and potential impact on campus. As she looks forward to college life in Nashville, Loreli is excited about new beginnings and personal growth. Her inspiring quotes reflect her resilience and determination to embrace challenges and learn from every experience. Loreli quotes, "If you never bleed you're never going to grow" and "Everything you lose is a step you take" Congratulations, Loreli, on your upcoming graduation!
2 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Oihana, our vibrant French exchange student with a heart of gold! Oihana's fondest memories of RHHS are the people and Homecoming week as it has been her only homecoming experience. Through her time here, Oihana has learned the importance of kindness and mutual support. Improving her English has been a significant achievement, thanks to the encouragement of her parents. As she prepares to return to France for further studies, Oihana reflects on the kindness of Mrs. Moan, Mrs. Lasswell, and Ms. Stewart, her host mom. Mrs. Moan's support and Ms. Stewart's nurturing presence have made her high school experience memorable. Her advice to everyone is to be proud of themselves and always believe in their abilities. Congratulations, Oihana, on your upcoming graduation! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!
3 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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As this school year starts to wind down and come to a close for seniors, we would like to take the time to highlight each of them throughout the week. Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of Isabella Cassem, a future educator with a heart of gold! Isabella has been a part of National Honors Society since sophomore year and was also on the prom committee at her previous high school. She's excited to attend the University of Southern Indiana to major in Education and make a positive impact on future generations. Isabella’s achievements include honors such as High Honors and a David L. Rice Merit Scholarship from USI. Her favorite high school memory is from float building, where she enjoyed being part of the creative process. Her biggest influences have been her dad and step-mom, who provided unwavering support during challenging times. Mrs. Moan is Isabella’s favorite teacher, inspiring her with kindness and support. Through high school, Isabella has learned the importance of kindness, love, and relying on faith for guidance. Isabella’s advice to underclassmen includes joining activities, making new friends, having positive adults in their corner, influencing positive energy, and being kind. While looking forward to new friendships and experiences in college, Isabella will miss the familiar halls of high school and the bonds she shares with longtime friends, especially her sister. As she looks forward to college, Isabella is excited about the endless opportunities for creativity and student teaching. Congratulations, Isabella, on your upcoming graduation!
3 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Meet Ileannah Cassem, a powerhouse of talent and ambition! Throughout her high school journey, Ileannah has been involved in a multitude of extracurricular activities, from band and choir to volleyball, dance, and numerous clubs like Interact Club, Magic Committee, National Honors Society, Yearbook Club, and more! Among her achievements, Ileannah has consistently secured 1st place at Solo & Ensemble competitions, showcasing her dedication and talent in music. Her favorite high school memories revolve around the excitement of homecoming week, filled with games and fun activities. She credits her transformation to the guidance and dedication of her teachers, who taught her resilience, empathy, and the value of hard work. Over the years, Ileannah has grown more confident, learned time management, and excelled academically while balancing leadership roles and personal challenges. Her advice to underclassmen includes “staying organized, managing time wisely, and seeking support when needed.” After graduation, Ileannah plans to pursue her EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) license while attending Olney Central College. She'll miss the vibrant atmosphere of high school events like prom and homecoming week. As she looks forward to obtaining her EMT license, Ileannah encourages everyone to embrace challenges as opportunities, kindness as strength, and resilience as the key to success. Congratulations, Ileannah, on your upcoming graduation!
3 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Introducing Kyrstin Hotchkiss, a dedicated senior with a passion for cheerleading and making memories! Throughout her high school journey, Kyrstin has been actively involved in cheerleading for four years, along with participating in FCA, yearbook committee, homecoming committee, prom committee, and pep club. Reflecting on her growth, Kyrstin notes a significant change in her personality. She has become more confident, outgoing, and focused on academic success. She takes pride in achieving all her credits and emphasizes the importance of parental support, acknowledging her parents as her biggest influence. Kyrstin's advice to underclassmen is to get involved in various activities, as they not only enhance résumés but also create wonderful memories. She looks forward to college life and pursuing her dream career in dental hygiene, along with the independence that comes with it. After high school, Kyrstin's exciting plans include attending the University of Southern Indiana to pursue a bachelor's degree in Dental Hygiene. She values the friendships she's made over the years and cherishes the time spent with her teachers, especially Mrs. Moan and Mrs. Stewart, who have left a lasting impact on her. Congratulations, Kyrstin, on your upcoming graduation! Your positive attitude and determination will surely lead you to great success.
3 days ago, Jamie Tussey
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Please take time to fill out the Lawrence County Internet survey. The county hopes to use the survey information to help secure government funding for fast and reliable internet.
9 days ago, Jakie Walker
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Red Hill CUSD #10 Schools will be closed on Monday, April 8, 2024.
15 days ago, Jakie Walker
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Kindergarten Pre-Registration https://forms.gle/vm55YZfMTg8B66rk9
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Red Hill CUSD #10 will be closed on Monday, January 22, 2024, due to winter weather.
3 months ago, Jakie Walker
Eight students from the 7th and 8th grades represented Red Hill today at the Brain Games competition. The students had to work together to complete challenges related to engineering, science, art, math, geography, and more. Both teams did a great job! Team Leopard will advance to round two in March after finishing 5th place overall!
4 months ago, Megan Yager
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Red Hill CUSD #10 School Calendar Changes
5 months ago, Jakie Walker
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Thanksgiving Holiday Break Information
5 months ago, Jakie Walker
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The RHHS Career Explorations students went to Vincennes University (VU) for a tour. They got to see the VU library, admissions, what the VU dorm rooms look like, classrooms, eat lunch in the dining hall, and we got to meet with the Program Chair of Homeland Security and Public Safety, Lou Caprino. Mr Caprino has a vast background with the LAPD, the FBI, and Homeland Security. He is now a professor and Program Chair for Homeland Security at VU and prepares students to enter the workforce. To say the students learned a lot (and enjoyed speaking with him) is an understatement! Thanks to Mr Caprino for the riveting stories, knowledge, and the time he took to speak with us! We even received a glowing compliment from him about our students: "Throughout my tenure as a professor at Vincennes University, I've had the privilege of interacting with thousands of high school students. However, I must say that the students from Red Hill were exceptionally attentive, courteous, and enthusiastic." (To learn more about his impressive career, go to: https://www.vinu.edu/-/Lou-Caprino ) Follow along to learn more about Career Explorations and other business classes offered at Red HIll Jr/Sr High School: https://www.facebook.com/MsTussey/
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