How can I monitor my student's grades and attendance?
Parents and guardians are encouraged to keep up with their student's grades by utilizing the Parent Portal. The username and password can be provided by the administrative assistant in your student's House office. The Parent Portal can be accessed here.
How long are grading periods?
Royse City High School has 6 week grading periods. Within the 6 weeks students and parents will be provided with progress reports at the 3 week mark. While the progress reports are important, we strongly encourage parents and students to regularly check the Parent Portal to stay informed about grades. Semesters are three six weeks in length and we have a fall and spring semester.
Where can I locate schedules for athletics/fine arts events?
The calendar page located within this website displays a current calendar for Royse City High School’s athletics and fine arts events.
Where can parents drop off their students in the morning?
Parents can drop off and pick up their student's on the east side of the building. The west side of the building is reserved for staff parking and bus traffic only.
Can a student's class schedule be changed?
The master schedule of classes at RCHS is based on specific course requests by students and parents made during the spring semester. It is important that students discuss course choices with their parents, teachers, and counselor because teachers are hired and assigned so that students have the opportunity to take the courses they request. Every attempt will be made to schedule students into the courses they choose. † Once the school year begins, schedule changes will not be made unless an error was made in the selection of courses that will affect the student's graduation plan.
The following criteria will result in schedule changes:
- The student is a senior and is not scheduled in a course required for graduation
- The student is misplaced in a course (no prerequisites, previously earned credit, etc.)
- Student schedules may need to be changed in order to balance class sizes or to accommodate teacher workloads
† Please refer to the AP/PreAP contract for details about the AP-PreAP Exit Process.