Ritenour Live
Tue Jul 28 13:49:46 CDT 2015

Portrait of a Youth Activist - Tue Jul 28 11:36:11 CDT 2015

Rasheen Aldridge Jr. is the youngest member of the Ferguson Commission, a committee put together to study what factors led  to the “unrest in the wake of Michael Brown’s death” in St.

The Ferguson Commission’s “Arts Speak!” Youth Summit, held on June 27, at Grand Center Arts Academy, brought together youth of various ages to create activism through dance, theater, or music.

Ritenour celebrates Fourth of July - Mon Jul 13 15:14:28 CDT 2015

  • Ritenour High School was the site of Fourth of July fireworks display.
  • Ritenour High School was the site of Fourth of July fireworks display.
  • Ritenour High School was the site of Fourth of July fireworks display.

  • Ritenour Superintendent Dr. Chris Kilbride introduces Gov Nixon
  • Missouri State Senator Jill Shupp supports Gov Nixon veto of HB42

Gov Nixon chooses Ritenour to announce HB42 veto - Mon Jul 13 14:41:53 CDT 2015

June 26 – Missouri Governor Jay Nixon choose Ritenour High School  to hold a press conference to explain his veto on House Bill 42. House bill 42 was legislative changes to the transfer and accreditation education law.

The KRHS Media Program - Wed Jun 03 08:38:23 CDT 2015

Ritenour High School’s media convergence program, KRHS Media, is celebrating an amazing year of accomplishments in 2015. This Missouri certified Career and Technology Education program in Radio and Video, has a strong belief in what works for our students, including:

  • Surrounding themselves with professionals, mentors in the field
  • Working with themes that engage the students interest in journalism
  • Supporting our local community
  • Engaging in “Real-World” journalism in the field

Our production work  in 2014-2015 school year, allowed us to create content that moved our students to a deeper level.

2015 Ritenour Graduation Highlight Video - Tue Jun 02 18:09:48 CDT 2015

Congratulations to Ritenour High School Class of 2015!!

KRHS TV News End of the Year Report - Fri May 29 15:41:47 CDT 2015

Ritenour High School’s news magazine, KRHS TV News, celebrates the end of the school year.

Students from KRHS TV News helped out Ritenour Superintendent Dr. Chris Kilbride with his end of year message to the district. We love the final results.

Bill Chott, a proud Ritenour Alumni and former KRHS radio student, stepped into the studio with Will Rivers and Marcus Jordan.

Bill is better known for his time spent on Comedy film hits, such as “Dude, Where’s My Car”, Galaxy Quest, and The Ringer.