| Public High School|
| Carpe Diem Latin for, Take Advantage for the Day|
320 W Springdale Rd, Rock Hill, SC 29730, USA
York County School District 03
Rock Hill High School (RHHS) was the first of the three high schools in Rock Hill, South Carolina. It offers the International Baccalaureate diploma to its senior class students, as well as duel credit and Advanced Placement. As of February, 2016, RHHS has approximately 2,000 students in grades 9 - 12.
Rock Hill High School Wikipedia
Rock Hill High offers a number of sports, including baseball, women's and men's basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, women's and men's soccer, softball, swimming, women's and men's tennis, track and field, wrestling, and volleyball. Its sports teams are known as the Bearcats and compete in Region 4-AAAA of the South Carolina High School League. The athletics team has achieved considerable success. The Bearcats wrestling team is recognized as a traditional powerhouse and had a 23 consecutive streak of finishing 1st or 2nd; 18 state championships and finishing runner-up 14 timesAA Champions: 1944, 1945, 1952
AAAA Division 1 Champions: 2002, 2004
AAA Baseball Champions: 1967
AAAA (Boy's) Champions : 2006
AAAA (Boy's) Champions: 1990
AAAA (Boy's) Champions: 1971
AAAA Champions: 1980,1982,1983,1984,1985,1986,1989,1990,1991,1994,1995,1996,1997,1999,2000,2009,2014,2015
Rock Hill High School has award winning choir, Orchestra, and band programs. It's marching band program has, in recent years, attended and placed at the state level competitions, and has attended the Bands Of America regional and National competitions. Rock Hill's concert band has consistently attended Concert Festival for the past several years.
Rock Hill Hill High also has many after school clubs for students to participate in, such as Model United Nations and Japanese club.Gerald Dixon played in the NFL 1992-2001 for the Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers, and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jonathan Hefney, professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL
Jim Hoagland, two-time Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist
Chris Hope, professional football player for the Tennessee Titans of the NFL
Leon Rippy, American Actor
Ko Simpson, professional football player for the Detroit Lions of the NFL
Arkee Whitlock, professional football player for the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL
Scott Williams, National Meteorologist for The Weather Channel
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