Welcome to the RRHS Activities Homepage. Within this webpage you will find information for all of the activities and clubs offered at Rocky River High School.
Should you have any questions please contact Atheltic and Activities Director, Mark Wagner.
Athletic and Activities Phone Number: 440-356-6000 ext. 6803
Athletic and Activities Email Address: Wagner.Mark@rrcs.org
Athletic and Activities Twitter Handle: @RRCSActivities
The philosophy of the Rocky River High School is to support an extra-curricular activities program for students in the belief that such activities:
- Provide an opportunity for students to increase skill and knowledge.
- Aid in fellowship as well as create enthusiasm and leadership.
- Provide attainment in areas such as clubs, intramurals, service groups and other activities not considered a regular part of the school day.
- Encourage participation without interfering with the students' schoolwork or with the programs of the school.
- Promote self-realization and provide an opportunity for the students to meet the need for self-expression while developing a healthy self-concept.
- Provide rewarding experiences where students can develop positive learning habits and attitudes that lead to success in school and society.
- Provide opportunities to further develop interests and talent in debate/speech, communication, drama, dance, journalism, music, student government, community service and academic-related areas.
- Provide a lifetime basis for personal values for work and leisure activities.
- Provide a feeling of value through participation.
- Develop and improve positive citizen traits.
- Hold the position that participation is a privilege and not a right.
Athletic/Activity Conflict Hierarchy:
Students are encouraged to participate in multiple activities of interest to them. At times, however, these activities’ schedules may conflict. At Rocky River, we have the following hierarchy in place for all students participating in athletics and activities:
- Any OHSAA tournament game/OMEA performance takes precedence over a “regular” season game or concert. For example: OMEA State Contest is takes precedence over the Avon Relays, and basketball playoff game takes precedence over the holiday choir concert.
- A performance or a game takes precedence over a rehearsal or practice.
- A performance, game, rehearsal or practice takes precedence over a team dinner or similar social activity.
- If a conflict arises between a regular season game and a school sponsored concert, the student will be permitted to choose between the two events without penalty.