Earlier this year Huguenot High was accused of discrimination against Latino students and families. This year the school is hosting a Latino Heritage Celebration.
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The Wayside Center for Popular Education are organizing a protest against racial discrimination at Huguenot High School.
From Kristen Larson’s (4th District School Board Member) Facebook page. Last night at the Board work session, we spent a large amount of time discussing rezoning/school closures. We used rezoning committee data, student enrollment, facility reports and academic data during our discussion. I asked the administration to put all of these documents online for folks […]
Richmond hasn’t built a new high school in 40 years. Huguenot was to be the first new high school and now the city, not the school board, wants to remove $2.2 million from the budget. The city controls the budget for this project since it is being built as an Mayor Dwight C. Jones initiative […]
The Building a Better Richmond Planning Team and Richmond Public Schools will be hosting community meetings to share the construction schedule and discuss additional updates for the new Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School and Huguenot High School. The community meeting for Huguenot High School will be held Tuesday, August 16, 2011 at the high […]
Huguenot High only has 1 home football game this season and Huguenot gets the home field advantage 4 times. If anybody would like to cover these upcoming football seasons in depth I would welcome the help. Full Schedules for Wythe & Huguenot
The Richmond Times- Dispatch is reporting that school and city officials will hold a community meeting tonight to provide information about construction and to seek input from the community about the new Huguenot High School. 6-8pm, May 5, at the school located at 7945 Forest Hill Avenue.
Mayor Jones is making construction of new schools one of the foremost priorities of his administration. A new Huguenot High School is at the top of his list. He is aggressively seeking neighborhood participation and advice as the project goes forward. This is the first chance residents will have to put together a wish list […]
Congrats are in order for Huguenot High. From the Venture Richmond eMail newsletter: Four area high schools have been chosen winners in Venture Richmond’s Annual Holiday Card program. This year’s cards will be on display beginning Friday, Dec. 4, during the Grand Illumination at the Downtown Public Library on Franklin Street. They will stay on […]
The school board voted 6-1 in favor of the revised construction plan that puts Huguenot High at the top of the list. CHPN’s own John Murden was at the meeting and has some details of the public commentary. A time for public comments followed. Many people, including the principals of a Richmond middle school and […]
The Richmond Times Dispatch reported on a plan Mayor Jones presented to the school board that included plans for a new Huguenot High School, which has long been suggested. Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones unveiled an aggressive plan to build four schools in the city by 2014 and start construction on the first in a […]
We have already posted about this great event but after an email from the volunteer coordinator here is another reminder with at few more details. HandsOn Greater Richmond, a non-profit organization, is looking for as many venues as possible to get the word out about their city-wide day of service (“HandsOn Day”). They already have […]
Free music! From the RPS website: Huguenot High School will present an evening of instrumental and vocal music June 4 as the school holds its annual spring concert, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The concert, free and open to the public, will feature performances by the Huguenot concert band, choir, guitar ensemble, orchestra and jazz band. […]
What a great idea! Huguenot High, like many of the RPS schools, could use a little sprucing up. And I hear sponsors are being lined up to hopefully defray some of the cost of the clean up. The Department of Public Works (DPW) will be with Huguenot on Monday, May 18 as part of their […]