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Welcome Students, Parents, and Community Members!
The purpose of this webpage is to provide students and families with opportunities within the areas of college readiness, career exploration, and academic and personal success. Upcoming events are listed at the bottom of this webpage.  For scholarship information, navigate the "High School" drop-down menu, then use the "Counselor" tab to access the "Scholarships" link on the right. For additional assistance, I can be reached at (937) 392-4384, via email at [email protected], or by individual appointment here at the high school.
Best wishes for successful 2021-22 school year!

2021-2022 Test Dates (National)

Test DateRegular Registration DeadlineLate Registration Deadline
Late Fee Applies
Standby Deadline
Photo Upload Deadline
September 11, 2021August 6August 20September 3
October 23, 2021September 17October 1October 15
December 11, 2021November 5November 19December 3
February 12, 2022January 7January 21February 4
April 2, 2022
February 25
March 11
March 25
June 11, 2022May 6May 20June 3
July 16, 2022June 17June 24July 8
Please contact the counselor's office to see if you are eligible for a fee waiver. 
 
Open House 
Open House for all students is scheduled for Monday, August 16th, 2021, from 4-7 p.m.  
 
CTC Visit 
Sophomores will visit the CTC on Thursday, April 15th, during the school day. 
 
ASVAB
The ASVAB, a career interest inventory, will be given to all Juniors and those Seniors who wish to retest on TBD, at 8:15 AM at RULH HS. The ASVAB Interpretation for all those who take the exam will be held on TBD, at 8:30 AM
 
PSAT 
The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying (PSAT/NMSQT) Test is scheduled to given by Ms. Osman on TBD during the school day. The cost is $17 for students. Any sophomore or junior is eligible and must sign up in the office. 
 
Financial Aid Night 
Ms. Osman has posted information in Google Drive regarding how to complete the FAFSA, which is located hereSenior students, graduating juniors, and their parents and guardians are welcomed and encouraged to reach out to the Financial Aid office of ANY college or Ms. Osman to learn more about Financial Aid and the FAFSA and obtain help with FAFSA completion.  
 
CCP Information Session

Ms. Osman has posted information in Google Drive regarding how to take college courses while in high school. The program called is College Credit Plus, or CCP for short. Information on how to become a CCP student is located here. Students currently enrolled in grades 6 through 11 who are interested in participating taking college courses during the 2021-22 school year and their parents or guardians must be in attendance.  Intent Forms and the RULH Textbook Policy are available from Mrs. Michael at the Middle School or Ms. Osman at the high school. To be eligible to participate, students and their parent/guardian(s) must sign both forms and return them to their Counselor by April 1. 

 

ACT for Juniors

The ACT will be given to all junior students for free at the high school beginning on TBD, 2022. Students who receive double and triple time will finish the rest of that week.  


COURSE CATALOG can be found here.

TYPICAL CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
FRESHMAN
English
Advanced English with 8th grade teacher approval
Algebra 1
**If you failed Math 8/Math 7 or your EOC exam, you may be considered for an Algebra Study Table.
US History
Biology
Health
Physical Education
One elective or fine art
CCP coursework if student meet the requirements

SOPHOMORE
English
Geometry
Physical Science
Government
CCP coursework if student meet the requirements
four electives
**Pick up freshman requirements missed

JUNIOR
English
Algebra 2/Math 3
3rd Science
World Studies
CCP coursework if student meet the requirements
Four electives
**Pick up any requirements missed

SENIOR
English
4th Math
CCP coursework if student meet the requirements
Six electives
**Pick up any requirements missed

ELECTIVE COURSES 
Band 
Choir
General Music
Drawing
Painting
Mixed Media
Ceramics
Psychology 
(not offered each year) 
Sociology (not offered each year)
Pop Culture in American History (not offered each year)   
Spanish 1
Spanish 2
Spanish 3
Spanish 4 (if enough sign up)
Culinary Essentials
Principles of Food/Wellness **Will count as Health course
Global Foods
Food Science/Nutrition
Fashion/Interior Design (not offered each year)  
Child Development (not offered each year) 
Information Technology
Podcasting
Digital Video
Dual Credit Digital Multimedia
Dual Credit Communications
Digital Journalism
Current Events and Responding (not offered each year)
Ag Foods and Natural Resources
Animal and Plant Science
Livestock Selection/Management
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
Greenhouse
Business Foundations
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Management Communications
ROTC 1 
ROTC 2
ROTC 3
ROTC 4
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Ripley Union Lewis Huntington
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1317 South Second Street
Ripley, OH 45167
Phone: 937-392-4384
Fax: 937-392-7017
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