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Richland Collegiate High School is a unique high school designed to provide a rigorous academic experience for high school juniors and seniors. Students can complete their last two years of high school at Richland College by taking college courses and earning college credits with a focus on mathematics, science, and engineering or visual, performing, and digital arts. Potentially, these students can graduate with both their high school diploma and an associate degree, ready to transfer to a four-year university. Tuition and books are free, making RCHS an educational and affordable choice.
RCHS Curriculum page has more specific details about the high school diploma and core curriculum with which RCHS students will graduate.
What path should you choose to be successful?
The House Bill 5/Foundation Plan explains the different endorsement options for RCHS students.
Learn more about our Service Learning, Support Courses & Senior Project & Exhibition programs on our
Program Requirements page.
Follow our successes on our
RCHS News page.
Public Notification of Nondiscrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs Richland Collegiate High School (RCHS) offers career and technical education programs. Read about our
Dallas County Community College District Board of Trustees
MAILING ADDRESS Richland Collegiate High School
Richland College 12800 Abrams Road Dallas, TX 75243-2199
Crockett Hall, C-165 972-761-6888 972-761-6890 (fax)RCHSinfo@dcccd.edu
RCHS ATTENDANCE OFFICE972-761-6778 972-238-6318 (fax)RCHSattendance@dcccd.edu