As we wrap up our three-year construction project, we want to celebrate by inviting the entire Richfield community to tour your newly renovated schools! Open house events will take place at each school between September 25 and October 1 (coinciding with homecoming week!).
We're happy to provide Richfield alumni with information about their class reunions. Send your event information to email@example.com and we will help you spread the word! Please include your class year and the event date, location and time, as well as a link to an event page (if you have one) and the organizer's contact information.
Take our alumni survey! Help us spread the word about the lifelong impact Richfield Public Schools can have by sharing your own experience.
If you are a former student or graduate who attended Richfield High School, you will need to complete the official Transcript Request Form. Please fill out the form accurately including all necessary information. Mail the completed form along with a $5 check or money order (payable to Richfield High School Counseling Office) to:
Richfield High School
c/o Counseling Office
7001 Harriet Avenue South
Richfield, MN 55423.
If you wish to pay by credit card, please contact the counseling secretary at 612-798-6120. Transcript requests are usually processed within 48 hours from receipt of the completed form and payment. A transcript may also be obtained by visiting the counseling office during office hours.
If you are an outside agency interested in verifying graduation and/or education history, please fax your request and authorization to 612-798-6117. Questions regarding transcript and education verification requests may be directed to the counseling secretary at 612-798-6120.
You can view digital copies of Richfield High School yearbooks from 1956 to 1988 thanks to the Richfield Historical Society and the Hennepin County Library.
Linda Christensen is a 1960 graduate of Richfield High School... she's also been sculpting butter at the Minnesota State Fair for 50 years!
Obsa Ali, class of 2014, placed eighth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon. RHS coach Marty Huberty was on hand all week to support Ali.
Read the full article on the Sun Current website.
In Richfield Public Schools, creating an environment where students not only feel connected and supported, but also one where students want to return to after graduation is an accomplishment that we are proud of. We are thrilled to welcome RHS alum Ms. Rosas back into our District, this time as a teacher, with dreams of her own to support and inspire her students.
A 1960 grad of Richfield High School, Bill Davis has spent his life giving back to the community. Now, as he retires from the Spartan Foundation after 31 years, they have announced a new scholarship which will be given to an RHS senior who exhibits the same zeal for community service that Bill Davis has had throughout his lifetime.
Shout out to Alec Wigdahl '18 for his early success in the music industry and this great profile in The Current!
Ruben Augustin '20 never took education for granted. “From the very moment that my brother and I started school in the United States, my parents ingrained in us the belief that our lives would largely be shaped by our success in school,” Ruben said. Read more in this Sun Current profile.
2003 graduate and nurse, Lisseth DeGracia is heading to New York City to join the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Anybody who has the skill, the background, has the availability and the opportunity to do it, should do it,” said DeGracia.
After three successful seasons playing professionally in Europe, January signed a tryout contract with the WNBA's Indiana Fever. Read more in the Sun Current.