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Officer Teaches Students Safety Protocol

At the end of the school year, Police Sgt. Labrit Jackson visited Romulus High School to speak to students. Sgt. Jackson, who is a strong advocate for safety education, taught students the proper protocol for what to do and how to act when pulled over by a police officer. In his effort to...

Psychologist speaks on Mental Health

At the 2019 end of year assembly, Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble came to speak to Romulus High School students about the importance of mental health. Dr. Breland-Noble is a media personality, researcher, and speaker who uses her psychology background to help teens all over the country get help for...

Student Beautify School Courtyard

Romulus High School students have taken on a big project this spring. In collaboration with Romulus Garden Club, a team of students from Mrs. Morelli’s and Mrs. Damon’s classes have decided to renovate and update the small courtyard at the high school. In addition to cleaning up the small garden...

MME Testing

Dear RHS Families:
Each year during the month of April, Romulus High School runs special schedules during State of Michigan Mandated Testing for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. This year these exams will take place on April 9th, 10th , and 11th.

During testing, focus and...


The Romulus High School staff believes all students can learn. Our mission is for all students to become lifelong learners with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in an ever-changing global society. We will nurture and challenge all students to reach their full potential in a safe and orderly environment.

​Romulus High School graduates model integrity, are goal-oriented, value education, and have the skills to be prepared in our ever-changing society. Eagles Prevail. Invest. Empower. Achieve

We believe... Learners who are respectful, responsible and resourceful embody the Romulus Way. Family support and involvement is essential for academic success. All stakeholders have a responsibility to ensure that students reach their full potential. Everyone is entitled to participate and learn in a safe and accepting environment. Student achievement is maximized when skills and knowledge are applied to and connected with real world situations. Technology, resources and skills are essential for student success in this global society. Schools must provide an atmosphere of curiosity and a challenging curriculum aligned with state and national standards taught by highly qualified teachers.