At the RVA, We Don’t Just Educate, We Foster Deep Friendships
Throughout the year, the RVA organizes group events that encourage students to gather with other RVA students to share interests, hone in their skills, discover new talents, and make new friends. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this small offering of photos speaks volumes.
Since the RVA serves students statewide, it is important to have a number of activities throughout the school year so all students can have opportunities to participate. Check out the chart below to find great opportunitiea to connect with other RVA families in your area or beyond!
Your High School Student Event Schedule
This list is updated regularly so check back often!
Your High School Event Coordinators
Planning to Attend?
Please let us know you are coming to the next RVA event by responding to the listed event coordinator. Students and their family are welcomed and encouraged to attend any event ! Let us know the number of attendees you plan to bring along with names and ages. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
High School Clubs
Forensics is the practice and competition of public speaking Students may perform solo, in pairs, or in groups. Students progress through three competitions in which they perform their piece(s) in a group setting and are critiqued by a judge. Categories for competitive public speaking include: poetry, prose, group or solo acting, radio news reporting, demonstration speech, and more.
The RVA Forensics club is new this year and will begin meeting 2nd semester. If interested, please contact Mrs. Oertel or fill out the form to the right.
Social & Service Clubs
GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance) is a non-school sponsored student-led RVA club who's mission is to promote a safe and respectful school environment for all students through education, social support and advocacy related to gender and sexuality topics and issues. GSA is meant to provide a safe space for people to express their gender or sexuality and and raise topics for discussion in an inclusive environment. GSA meets regularly and if you are interested in learning more, please fill out the contact form to the right.
Yearbook is a book published once a year that contains information about the school, such as student names and photos, RVAHS events, clubs, special recognition and awards, and other school activities. Students meet online to make decisions on yearbook and encouraged to take pictures at school-related events and activities. Students create and edit their assigned pages online. If interested, please contact Mrs. Athena or Mrs. Chasteen or fill out the form to the right.
RVA Weekly's purpose is to create a positive school climate and foster a sense of community in the RVA by showcasing student work, created for school related assignments or simply just for fun. Besides benefitting the RVA community, we feel the RVA Weekly will give students a platform to express themselves and share one of the many talents found throughout the RVA student body. Please explore the RVA Weekly site to learn about its contents, and consider submitting your work. Let us take advantage of this opportunity to have some fun, while highlighting the many talents found among the RVA students!