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Rockwall-Heath High School

Rockwall-Heath High School
File:RHHSlogo160x66.jpg
Location
Heath, Texas
United States
Information
Type High School (Secondary)
Established 2005
School district Rockwall Independent School District
Principal Tom Maglisceau
Grades 9-12
Color(s)                Red, Black, and White
Mascot Hawk
Website

Rockwall-Heath High School is a school located in Heath, Texas, USA, and is one of two high schools that serve the Rockwall Independent School District, the other being Rockwall High School. The school enrolls students from 9th to 12th grade. It is a Texas Recognized School.

The school opened in 2005 and completed its second phase of construction in 2010 that included a new fine arts wing, a band hall and a 1500 seat auditorium. Approved and signed in 2007 during the RISD bond election, it is the most expensive bond in the history of RISD at $198 million. The bond also includes two new elementary schools (Celia Hays Elementary School and Sharon Shannon Elementary School), planning for a third high school, and the conversion of Utley Freshman Center into a middle school.

The first class to graduate from Rockwall-Heath High School was the class of 2008.

Mission statement

"The mission of Rockwall-Heath High School is to cultivate a passion for lifelong learning in a way that fosters integrity, embraces diversity and promotes responsibility so that all students achieve success."

Athletics

Rockwall-Heath's wrestling team took 1st place in its district tournament, finished 7th at regionals, and had 3 state qualifiers. Troy Mercer won 3rd place at state at 180 lbs. The wrestling team was the only team to win a district title in the 2010-2011 athletic year.

On November 6, 2008, the undefeated Rockwall-Heath High School Varsity football team beat Highland Park High School and claimed the 10-4A district championship title. The team won its first round of playoffs against Frisco Centennial High School and against Hillcrest High School at the Texas Stadium on November 21. The team advanced to the fourth round of playoffs, still undefeated, by beating Ennis High School. Rockwall-Heath was finally defeated in the quarter finals by Sulphur Springs. The final record for the 2008 season was 13-1

Following their first playoff season, The Hawks returned to the post season and were eliminated by Frisco Liberty High School marking a 7-4 season. The 2011 Hawks claimed a spot in the postseason making it their third trip to the playoffs in school history.

The baseball team has reached the playoff more than any other team, with four appearances including two trips the Regional Finals and a number one national ranking in 2010. The baseball team finally won its first 4A state championship on June 8, 2012 beating Cleburne High School 10-1.

External links

  • Official Site of Rockwall Heath Hawks Football
  • Rockwall Independent School District home page
  • RHHS Marching Band


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