Radford All State Musicians
February 13, 2017
Radford students traveled to State Competition in San Antonio, Texas. Maya Navar received 1st Chair French Horn in the ATSSB All-State 3A Concert Band. Josh Anaya also placed at State in the All State Band in the category of French Horn. Congratulations to both of these students for representing Radford at State Competition!
February 10, 2017
Students celebrate their traditional Senior dinner and pay tribute to their families and staff. The dinner was held in the dining room on Friday, February 9th. The RPTO board members pinned each Senior and there was a slideshow of all Seniors. Students presented family members a rose in appreciation.
Photography Club Reveals Student's Photos
January 26, 2017
The Photography Club revealed the 2017 Calendar created by club members. Each month featured a student's creative photos. Students did an excellent job for their first annual photography calendar. In addition, to the photos the calendar featured quotes, birthdays and local business sponsors. The club would like to thank all students, parents, teachers, staff and local businesses for their support.
January 25, 2017
Radford students utilize computer lab in many ways. The computer lab has student integrating technology into the various content areas. Students use the lab as an extension of the classroom whether it be in math, reading, social studies or creating graphs and tables. There is a class also in charge of creating a monthly Technology Newsletter. Students research technology topics, interview and write articles for the newsletter. In addition, students in elementary, middle school and high school participated in the hour of code.The Foreign Language department also incorporates lessons in the computer lab reinforcing the classroom skills. Interactive software and video clips are also introduced in the lab to reinforce classroom concepts being taught.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
December 1, 2016
In hopes of raising funds to purchase cameras, the Photography Club had an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest. Teachers posed with their sweater that were posted on plastic banks. Students, teachers and parents had the opportunity to vote. The top three winners were awarded prizes for the most votes. A special thank you to all teachers who participated.
2016-2017 Spirit Week
October 31, 2016
The first week in November was full of excitement and fun for Radford student!. There was a Neon Assembly kick-off followed by a designated day of the week featuring the following: Storybook day, Old age day, Baby day followed by the Olympics and ending off with Radford Day.
5th Grade Curriculum Plus Field Trip-Alpine, Texas
October 5, 2016
Fifth Grade students went on a field trip to Prude Ranch, October 5-7, whereby they were afforded an outdoor education in the field of Science. This trip offered ideal opportunities to integrate a hands-on curriculum, as an extension of their classroom. Students visited the McDonald Observatory and Ft. Davis Museum. In addition. to nature walks, they were able to go swimming and sat around the campfire at night.
6th Grade Curriculum Plus Tucson Trip
October 5, 2016
Sixth Grade students take trip to Tucson, Arizona. Students are on a curriculum plus field trip for a real world learning experience in the field of Science by visiting the Biosphere. In addition, they will be visiting Sonoran Desert Museum, University of Arizona Center and the Sky School at Mount Lemmon.
Student Council Names Cabinet for 2016-2017 School Year
September 2, 2016
Student held elections at an assembly and have now named the cabinet. From left to right, James-Treasurer, Ale-Vice President, Itzel-President and Kelsey-Secretary
Swim Team Prepares for Meet
January 11, 2016
The Swim team will be competing at the BAT Swim Meet on January 29-30th. The meet will be from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. This meet will be held at Armijo. February 13th the BC Border Championships will begin at 7 a.m.Border Championships Time Standards will take place February 19-21st. Sectionals Texas will be held February 25-28. In March, the team will compete in the Texas Age Group Swimming Championships TAGS. Please go out and support our swim team.
November 18, 2015
Annie Production is a smash hit at Radford School The 2015-2016 cast of Annie delighted the hearts of young and old. Thursday was opening night for the cast among family and friends. The audience was very fortunate to see the great talent of all students in the play. Students from Radford were very fortunate to see the play the following day in the auditorium.
Western Day...proves great family fun!
September 17, 2015
Families came out to support Western Day/Family Night making it a great success for the 2015-2016 school year. Students, faculty, and family members joined the evening celebration which included a BBQ dinner. Radford families and staff were dressed up in western style clothes. For more information about Western Day/Family Night, please visit our TRADITIONS PAGE.
Radford is Ranked Top Private High School in El Paso
September 3, 2015
Radford School is the Number One private high school in El Paso, according to Niche.com. Niche ranks more than 100,000 public and private schools and districts based on dozens of statistics and 27 million opinions from 300,000 students and parents. Radford placed higher than all other private schools in El Paso.
Radford Trap and Skeet Squads Take 1st and 2nd Place
September 1, 2015
The Radford Trap and Skeet Team Squad 2 won First Place in the annual Ducks Unlimited Benefit Shoot at Ft. Bliss Rod and Gun Club this past weekend. Squad 1 placed Second. Squads 3 and 4, made up of mostly first-year shooters did well, despite having only been shooting for a few weeks. For more information about our Trap and Skeet Team, please visit our Athletics Page.
Radford Valedictorian Attends Rice University
August 21, 2015
Our 2015 Valedictorian Matthew Anaya reported that he arrived at Rice last week, and has settled in, ready for his first day of classes. Rice is one of several universities attended by Radford graduates, and we are proud to report that 100% of the Class of 2015 were accepted to universities and colleges. For more information about our Curriculum, visit the Academics Page.