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Riverhead High School is a four-year high school with approximately 1480 students in grades 9 through 12. Principal: David Wicks, 631-369-6723 700 Harrison Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 School website.

For first time in 20 years, Riverhead girls cross country wins league championship

The Riverhead High School girls cross country team has won a league championship for the first time in 20 years.

Riverhead High School ROTC cadets visit U.S. Coast Guard Station, Sept. 26

Riverhead High School NJROTC got to ride along on a U.S. Coast Guard cutter during a visit to the Shinnecock Station.

Thirty-six Riverhead High School students are recognized as AP scholars

Riverhead Central School District announced the names of 36 high school students who earned recognition as advanced placement scholars by the College Board.

Seven Riverhead varsity teams earn scholar-athlete team award

Seven Riverhead High School varsity teams were honored as Spring 2018 Scholar-Athlete teams.

Assistant basketball coach leaving Riverhead for Utica College

Riverhead Blue Waves basketball standout Jalyn Brown, who led the team to the final four in 2012, is heading to Utica College, where she will work a graduate student coach as she pursues a Master's degree in health administration.

Photos: Riverhead High School 2018 commencement exercises

Riverhead High School’s commencement exercise for the first crop of graduates born in the 21st century took place this morning in the high school gymnasium. An overflow crowd packed the auditorium to capacity to watch the event remotely.

Riverhead robotics teams take home awards

Riverhead robotics team take top honors at the Next Generation STEAM competition, hosted by the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Riverhead varsity awards honor athletes

Riverhead High School honored athletes with the spring varsity awards June 6.

Riverhead High School athletes sign college commitments

Nine Riverhead High School seniors signed college athletic commitments yesterday during a ceremony at Riverhead High School.

‘The Riptide,’ Riverhead High School’s newspaper goes bilingual

Members of Riverhead High School’s student newspaper, “The Riptide,” are working to make their publication more inclusive to represent the school's bilingual student body....
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