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Principal's Message

Welcome to Larry A. Ryle High School! We are proud to continue our tradition of academic and athletic excellence into the 2016–2017 school year.  The faculty and administration of Larry A. Ryle High School are here to provide skillful instruction, bold leadership, and a safe orderly learning and teaching environment. We will emphasize, teach and expect RESPECT, SERVICE, RESPONSIBILITY, and INTEGRITY.

The following summarizes a few key points that we believe are important and are often left out of the discussion for what our students need as they grow into young men and women.

What are College and Career Ready Students?

We want, at a minimum, to be sure that high school graduates are ready to succeed in the 2-year and 4-year college programs that will prepare them for both work and further education.

But that is not all we want. We want students whose mastery of the subjects they have studied runs deep – they have the kind of deep understanding of those subjects that will enable them to learn other things easily when they need to and to apply what they have learned creatively and effectively to a wide range of problems and challenges. We want them to be able to synthesize what they have learned from many domains as they address those challenges and to analyze the challenges they face so that they can address them. They will have to be very good communicators, in many mediums. They will need to be both disciplined and creative at the same time.

But we want far more than that for our students. They need to learn how to lead and how to be a good team member. We want them to set high standards for themselves and to be prepared to work hard to achieve them. Their character matters a lot to us. We want them to know right from wrong and to do the right thing when it is not easy to do. We want them to take pleasure from serving others and being a contributing member of society. We want them to be tolerant and inclusive. We want them to be tough and kind.

To be effective in anything they undertake, our students will have to be able to control their emotions, set high targets for themselves, and be prepared to sacrifice their short-term goals to achieve them. They have to be able to monitor their behavior and change it when necessary. They will need to be able to set a goal, develop a plan, and work toward it.

The Singaporeans have a slogan that sums up some of this as Heart, Head, and Hand. It is a good reminder that school is about a lot more than classwork; it is all about the student and all the kinds of learning that need to take place to develop the graduates we will be proud of.   (National Center on Education and the Economy, 2016)

The high quality programs at Larry A. Ryle High School are directly due to the hard work, dedication and commitment of all of our students, our faculty and staff, and our community members.  Let's continue the tradition!

Matthew L. Turner, Principal

Matthew.Turner@boone.kyschools.us

 


For news, information, and announcements check out these links:

Ryle blog - http://ryleprincipal.blogspot.com/

Ryle Twitter feed - https://twitter.com/Ryle_HS/

Ryle Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Larry-A-Ryle-High-School/153072054789651

 

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Commencement Date & Final Day of School NKU BB&T Arena

The final day of school is tentatively set for Thursday, May 25th, as our district is awaiting approval of an emergency day from KDE.  Commencement for the Class of 2017 is set for Thursday, June 1st, at 6:30 p.m. at Northern Kentucky University's BB&T Arena.

Ryle SportsFest - April 25th Ryle SportsFest

Ryle SportsFest will be held on Tuesday, April 25th at 6:00 p.m. at Florence Baptist Church.  Guest speakers will be Chris Mack, head men's basketball coach at Xavier University.  All proceeds will benefit the Raider Athletic Club.  Check out the linked flyer and contact the school office for more details.

YEARBOOK FINAL SALE Yearbook

Last Chance to Buy your 2017 Yearbook! Books are $70 and on sale through April 28th! Don’t miss out on all of this year’s amazing memories. Visit www.jostens.com or see Ms. Rogers in room 125!

Senior Scholarship Tea - April 24th grad

The Senior Scholarship Tea is being held on Monday April 24th at 6:00 p.m.  This purpose of this event is to recognize our senior students that are accepting an academic or community-based scholarship for next year.  We are pleased to host Dr. Eli Capilouto, President of the University of Kentucky as our guest speaker.

 

NHS Application Meeting for 2017-18

There will be a meeting for any 9th, 10th, or 11th grader interested in applying for the National Honor Society for the 2017-2018 school year on April 28th during RAP. Please go to NHS application to register for the meeting by April 17th.  Students registering will be scheduled into the Media Center RAP Class on April 28th.

Ryle Named a School of Distinction by Kentucky School of Distinction

On the latest school report cards issued by the Kentucky Department of Education, Ryle High School was listed as Distinguished and Progressing and also awarded the highest classification - a School of Distinction.  Congratulations to all of our students, staff, and the entire Ryle community!

Construction Updates Blueprint

New additions to our building and facilities are under construction.  Please excuse any inconvenience.  

  • The bus loop behind the building (closest to Hwy 42) is closed to traffic as the new classroom wing is under construction.
  • Our lower commons area is being expanded.
  • A physical activity/training space with restroom facilities will be built adjacent to the bandroom and small gymnasium.
  • Additional storage for maintenance equipment is also being constructed at the fieldhouse.

For details and updates go the the principal's blog.

Give Back to School Through Office Depot/Office Max Office Depot

When you purchase qualifying materials at Office Depot or Office Max, provide this the school ID number 70041095 and 5% of the purchase will go towards supplies at Ryle High School.

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Our Mission

Ryle High School is dedicated to the development of the entire Ryle community. It is our goal to provide the skills for Ryle students to excel in and contribute to the leadership, technology, citizenship, and character of the whole Ryle High School community. Ryle is committed to focusing the energy, talent, experience, and knowledge of the entire Ryle High School and surrounding community toward its greatest asset, our youth.

 

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Principal's Message

Welcome to Larry A. Ryle High School! We are proud to continue our tradition of academic and athletic excellence into the 2016–2017 school year.  The faculty and administration of Larry A. Ryle High School are here to provide skillful instruction, bold leadership, and a safe orderly learning and teaching environment. We will emphasize, teach and expect RESPECT, SERVICE, RESPONSIBILITY, and INTEGRITY.

The following summarizes a few key points that we believe are important and are often left out of the discussion for what our students need as they grow into young men and women.

What are College and Career Ready Students?

We want, at a minimum, to be sure that high school graduates are ready to succeed in the 2-year and 4-year college programs that will prepare them for both work and further education.

But that is not all we want. We want students whose mastery of the subjects they have studied runs deep – they have the kind of deep understanding of those subjects that will enable them to learn other things easily when they need to and to apply what they have learned creatively and effectively to a wide range of problems and challenges. We want them to be able to synthesize what they have learned from many domains as they address those challenges and to analyze the challenges they face so that they can address them. They will have to be very good communicators, in many mediums. They will need to be both disciplined and creative at the same time.

But we want far more than that for our students. They need to learn how to lead and how to be a good team member. We want them to set high standards for themselves and to be prepared to work hard to achieve them. Their character matters a lot to us. We want them to know right from wrong and to do the right thing when it is not easy to do. We want them to take pleasure from serving others and being a contributing member of society. We want them to be tolerant and inclusive. We want them to be tough and kind.

To be effective in anything they undertake, our students will have to be able to control their emotions, set high targets for themselves, and be prepared to sacrifice their short-term goals to achieve them. They have to be able to monitor their behavior and change it when necessary. They will need to be able to set a goal, develop a plan, and work toward it.

The Singaporeans have a slogan that sums up some of this as Heart, Head, and Hand. It is a good reminder that school is about a lot more than classwork; it is all about the student and all the kinds of learning that need to take place to develop the graduates we will be proud of.   (National Center on Education and the Economy, 2016)

The high quality programs at Larry A. Ryle High School are directly due to the hard work, dedication and commitment of all of our students, our faculty and staff, and our community members.  Let's continue the tradition!

Matthew L. Turner, Principal

Matthew.Turner@boone.kyschools.us

 


For news, information, and announcements check out these links:

Ryle blog - http://ryleprincipal.blogspot.com/

Ryle Twitter feed - https://twitter.com/Ryle_HS/

Ryle Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Larry-A-Ryle-High-School/153072054789651

 

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