Our mission is to promote unity, leadership, cultural awareness and understanding among all students. Through unique cultural events, educational programs, and community services, we endorse and carry on the African legacy.¬†
The Alpha Achievers Program fosters a positive learning environment in order to facilitate 9th through 12th grade African American males‚Äô pursuit of excellence by attaining, maintaining and exceeding a 3.0 grade point average.
Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:15-3:30 in Main Gym (Spring only)
After a long winter away from the court, volleyball is BACK! This spring, boys will get their chance to show off their volleyball skills off on the court too! Based on the number of participants, the club will run as either an open gym or intramurals. See Miss Ferrante for details!
DECA is an association of marketing students with the objective of improving educational and career opportunities for students in the areas of marketing, business, management, accounting, and entrepreneurship. It is an excellent club for students who intend to major in business administration/management/accounting/resort tourism/entrepreneurship/hospitality or marketing in college. Members attend professional conferences in exciting cities across the nation and compete in business-related events at the state and national levels. RHS DECA is the largest chapter in the state with over 150 members, and boasts the honor of being the Maryland State Champions for the eighth straight year.
The Gardening Club maintains the Serenity Garden and the other gardens at the front of the school. The club meets a few times in the fall and then each week in the spring. We plant new bulbs and perennials, weed, mulch and trim plants.
"RHS IMPROV CLUB! Get involved!!!! Perform on your feet, without a script. Be inspired! Tell a story! Create a character! Develop a scene with your peers! WHEN: Mondays after school, 2:30-3:30 WHERE: Drama Commons WHO: SHOW UP, SIGN UP, AND IT COULD BE YOU! Any Questions?, Ask Ms. Binder. "
The purpose of the club is to provide an opportunity where Hispanic students can gather together after school to encourage academic achievement. To accomplish the goal we(Latino Leadership group and I) will provide activities that will guide students to identify his/her personal dreams and goals for the future and to understand the importance and value of education. Los Gators Latinos will celebrate Hispanic Heritage; will participate in team building activities, games and sports. We will have Hispanic professionals as guest speakers to encourage our students and to serve as role models for them. ¬†
Math Team meets every Wednesday in Room 333. We practice doing the types of math problems that we will see in competitions. We compete against all the other high schools in Howard County once a month in a Math Team Meet.
"In 1978, the NAEA began the NAHS program specifically for high school students grades 9-12, for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art. The NAHS also strives to aid members in working toward the attainment of their highest potential in art areas, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Our chapter meets on Tuesday afternoons in room 111."
The Reservoir Ice Hockey club features some of the best and toughest albeit non-school-sponsored athletes in our community. The Ice Hockey club competes in the Howard County Student Hockey Association, a division of the Maryland Student Hockey League, against representatives from nearly all Howard County high schools. Going into its seventh year of existence, the Ice Hockey club is primed for growth. Each year, we rely heavily on the interest of new and veteran players alike. Luckily, our players and coaches are equipped to teach and learn this gritty, full-contact, highly team-oriented sport and are proud to represent Reservoir on the ice.
We prepare our students to represent RHS in speech & debate competitions in the Baltimore area. We field teams in three debate styles: Policy, Lincoln Douglas and Public Forum and in the various Speech categories including Oral Interpretation of Poetry and Prose, Children's Literature, Impromptu, Dramatic Interpretation and Oratorical Declamation. Our students have represented Baltimore at the NCFL Grand National Tournament.
Last Thursdays during Extended Passing in Room 314
Students who are interested in Latin and the ancient Romans will gather together to participate in enjoyable activities. Some of these events will be centered on aspects of the ancient world (like going to a museum perhaps), but some will be simply fun so that the students will form a happy community (like a ski trip).