The yellow brick road will be paving the stage in Ritenour High School’s auditorium as drama students present The Wizard of Oz at 7 p.m. Oct. 17-19.
Ritenour teachers PreK-12 are gearing up for fall conferences with parents, guardians and students Sept. 24-27, 2019.
St. Louis County Library has created a new pilot program that will allow students at Ritenour High School to borrow Wi-Fi hotspots for the 2019-1020 school year.
First Responders Day on Sept. 11 has become a patriotic tradition that Ritenour High School students take seriously as they honor local heroes with a delicious lunch.
Ritenour High School’s student newspaper, the Pepper Box, received the International Second Place Award from the International Quill and Scroll Society, a student journalism honor society.
The Special School District Governing Council recognized Ritenour Early Childhood for its successful Positive Behavior Intervention Support programs.
Please watch Dr. Kilbride's August video message to the Community about the start of school in Ritenour.
Amber Mitchell, Ritenour High School's newest counselor, starts the school year with regional accolades for going above-and-beyond in helping students make a smooth transition from high school to college.
To improve safety and security at Ritenour High School Home Varsity Football games, no backpacks or bags will be allowed into the stadium beginning with the home opener against Ladue Horton Watkins High School on Friday, Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Sheneé McCoy, a fifth-grade teacher at Kratz Elementary and Ritenour’s 2019 Diamond Circle Teacher of the Year, became the fourth Ritenour educator to be recognized at the state level for excellence in teaching.
Thousands of students in the Ritenour School District started the 2019-2020 school with new backpacks, school supplies and clothing thanks to the generosity of local businesses, civic and non-profit organizations and churches.
Ritenour High School student athletes and those involved in state-sanctioned activities will be getting additional academic supports and monitoring to help them stay competitive in their extracurriculars starting this year.
Ritenour High School students who are seeking college degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) now have the option of earning college credits at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley’s new Emerson STEM Academy.