Rutherford High School is excited to announce that we will be producing Little Women as our Fall Play this year. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, 9/11 at 3 PM in Room 221 for all students interested in auditioning or helping with stage crew. Specific audition times will be announced at this meeting. Please see Mrs. Blanchard if you have any questions. More information about performance dates and times will be coming soon! … [Read more...] about RHS Fall Play “Little Women” – Auditions
Rutherford High School is proud to announce that RHS senior Amelia Perlmutter won a Metro Award for her performance as Cady Heron in RHS’ Mean Girls. She took home the award for "Acting Performance – Female." She was presented her award by Broadway stars Kerry Butler and David Josefsberg at Tarrytown Music Hall during the awards ceremony. This is RHS’ 3rd nomination and first ever Metro win. The Metros, or The Metropolitan High School Theatre Awards, shine a spotlight on the exceptional musical theater productions, talented actors and actresses and devoted creative teams who take to the … [Read more...] about Ameila Perlmutter (’23) Takes Home Metro Theatre Award!
In 2019, the R-Hi (the Rutherford High School newspaper) went online at RHSNews.org. Now, back issues from the past 60 years have been digitized. The R-Hi Archives has been a year-long project, and we are happy to announce it is finally published. Jeimmy Garita (‘24) volunteered to scan each and every R-Hi newspaper that we have on hand. There were two huge binders of archived newspapers dating back to as early as 1960! On behalf of the R-Hi, we … [Read more...] about RHS School Newspaper Back Issues Are Digitized
The RHS Book Club, led by librarian Mrs. Sherrianne Herninko, met this month to discuss the historical fiction novel I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys. The students discussed the character motivations of the fictional main character of Cristian as he comes of age during the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Students combined their knowledge of history along with their passion of reading to dissect and analyze the ways in with the author created an authentic reading experience. The students were joined by Ms. Marisa Yoda (Supervisor of Social Studies), Mr. Brian Ersalesi (Supervisor of English) … [Read more...] about RHS Book Club
Students in Mr. Stracco and Mrs. Torres' English classes have finished reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. As part of their final creative project, students attempted to follow in the footsteps of Victor Frankenstein and create their own perfect creature. As they worked from found materials, they kept a journal of records to detail how they created the creature, why they created the creature, and the background story of the creature. The final projects are currently on display in the Learning Commons and in Room 211. … [Read more...] about RHS English – Frankenstein’s Monster Re-Created!