All students, regardless of their ability levels, are encouraged to take part in extracurricular activities and the many worthwhile learning experiences that involvement in student government, student clubs, organizations, athletics and other activities has to offer.

Interested students should contact the office for additional information.


All students are encouraged to participate in athletics.  Qualities such as fair play, good sportsmanship, ethical conduct, and self-discipline can result from this participation.  The Pay-to-Play policy is for all students.  There is a nonrefundable fee of $50.00 for each high school and $25.00 for each junior high sport the student participates in; there is also a $150.00 family cap each year for sports fees.  Students planning to participate in any interscholastic sport must meet the following criteria before being allowed to practice; each participant must:

1.             Pay the $50.00 high school fee and/or $25.00 junior high fee.

2.             Have a physical on file.

3.             Have a medical release on file.

4.             Have a code of conduct signed by the student and his/her parent or guardian.

5.             Have a copy of their insurance card on file at the office.

6.             Meet both the school and O.S.A.A academic requirements.

Click the sport below to access schedules and specific sports-related information. 
Note: Some sports have not yet submitted information; so, there is no active link yet.
Athletic Directors: Russell Hobson and Jim Titus

RHS 2019 Wrestling Championship


Donoven Hargraves -Congratulations to Donoven Hargraves for winning the Wrestling District Championships in the 170-weight class. Donoven will participate in the OSAA Wrestling State Championships scheduled February 22 and 23, 2019, in Portland.



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