Rivermont Honor Roll
Congratulations to our honor roll students! There are three levels of the Upper School Honor Roll: Headmaster’s List (3.85 to 4.00 GPA), Distinction (3.50 to 3.84 GPA), and Merit (3.00 to 3.49 GPA). Grade point averages are computed to three places and rounded to two decimal places. Middle School Honor Roll is computed by letter grades rather than by grade point averages. There are two levels of the Middle School Honor Roll: High Honors (all grades B+ or higher or B or higher for courses designated as Upper School level) and Honors (all grades B- or higher or C+ or higher for courses designated as Upper School level). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bonnie Campbell, Director of Student Services and College Counselor, at email@example.com or (563) 359-1366 ext. 304.
A Note About Paying Your Bill
On the 20th of each month, Rivermont mails invoices which include tuition (if you are on a monthly payment plan), lunch charges, and any other items charged to your school account. There are several payment options. You may mail a check to Rivermont, bring a check or cash to the Business Office (Marsha Field - main floor of the Mansion), or if your bank has an online bill pay option, you can have them send payment to Rivermont directly. Please avoid dropping payments off at the reception desks or with classroom teachers. If you have questions about your bill, please contact Marsha Field at firstname.lastname@example.org or (563) 359-1366.
Parents are the first and primary educators of their children. Rivermont Collegiate seeks to work in partnership with parents as their children progress through formal schooling. Studies show that students experience greater academic success and personal satisfaction when their parents are active participants in their education. Reading to your child, showing an interest in schoolwork, fostering good work habits, and demonstrating a commitment to life-long learning show your child that you are committed to and value education. Parents are encouraged to become involved in the life of the School through volunteerism and philanthropy.
Rivermont Collegiate expects its students, faculty, staff, and administrators to follow the rules and regulations of the School both in spirit and in word. The School also expects parents to recognize and respect them as well. Courtesy and civility are a vital to the development and maintenance of a healthy school community. Parents have a contractual relationship with School, but more importantly they set an example to our students. Rivermont therefore places great emphasis on comportment of all the members of the school community, including parents and families.
Parents and independent schools work together to create and sustain effective partnerships. Rivermont endorses the following principles of good practice as promoted by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
All parents and guardians of Rivermont Collegiate students are members of the Parents’ Council. The Parents’ Council, which meets on a regularly scheduled basis, plans events, raises money, and generally supports the Rivermont academic program. Volunteer opportunities are always available. Parents’ Council officers are listed in the Directory.
The results of the 2013 Founder’s Day Fun Run are in – we raised over $9,000! Thank you for your generous support! For a list of class winners, click here.
2013-14 Parents' Council Meeting Dates
All meetings are held at 8:30 a.m. in the cafeteria on the following dates:
General Information (All Grades)
Required Information (By Section)
Middle & Upper School