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Mrs. Nicole Huffman
Principal, MRH High School
Welcome to Maplewood Richmond Heights High School. I am delighted to extend a warm and heartfelt welcome to all who have come to explore the rich opportunities that await within our halls. At MRH High School, we believe in the power of education as an apprenticeship, where each student's unique journey is shaped by the wisdom of the past and the limitless possibilities of the future.
Honoring our history is at the core of our identity. With our legacy beginning in 1909 as one of the first high school programs in St. Louis County, our school stands as a testament to the dedication and achievements of countless students, staff, and community members who have contributed to its growth and success. It is with gratitude that we carry forward this legacy, blending the timeless values of integrity, inspiration, courage, success and a sense of belonging with the innovation and creativity needed to thrive in the modern world. We are committed to shaping a future where our students become not only lifelong learners but also thoughtful, engaged citizens who make positive contributions to our global society.
Here at MRH High School, an educational experience filled with transformative experiences, inspiring mentors, dedicated staff, and a diverse range of academic and extracurricular activities awaits. While working collaboratively to ensure student growth and well being, our dedicated, dynamic staff helps students discover their passions, hone their skills, and cultivate their unique talents.
As our rich time-honored tradition evolves, we invite and welcome your engagement and support as we collectively strive to create an inclusive and welcoming environment where every student reaches success. I encourage you to explore our website to gain deeper insights into the exceptional programs, dedicated faculty, and outstanding community that make MRH High School a special place.
Your partner in education,
High School Bell Times, 2023-2024
On Early Release days, students will be dismissed at 1:50 p.m.