Riverside High School (West Virginia)

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Riverside High School
MottoCum duo fient unus (And Two Become One)
Established1999
TypePublic coeducational secondary
PrincipalValery Harper
FacultyJason Redman (VP), Kareena Garner (VP), Jason Cantrell VP)
Students1500
Grades9-12
LocationBelle, West Virginia, West Virginia, USA
ColorsPurple, Black, and White
MascotWarrior
Websitehttp://kcs.kana.k12.wv.us/Riverside/
 
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Riverside High School
MottoCum duo fient unus (And Two Become One)
Established1999
TypePublic coeducational secondary
PrincipalValery Harper
FacultyJason Redman (VP), Kareena Garner (VP), Jason Cantrell VP)
Students1500
Grades9-12
LocationBelle, West Virginia, West Virginia, USA
ColorsPurple, Black, and White
MascotWarrior
Websitehttp://kcs.kana.k12.wv.us/Riverside/

Riverside High School is the second largest high school in Kanawha County, and is located in Belle, West Virginia, USA.

The school opened in 1999 as a result of the consolidation of DuPont High School (AA) in Dupont City and East Bank High School (AA) in East Bank. Students from both of those former high schools, Cedar Grove and Montgomery areas attend the school. The school's attendance district runs from the Kanawha-Fayette county line to the Charleston city limits.

The school premises house a full-service branch of the Kanawha County Public Library, a Pioneer Federal credit union, and facilities operated by Cabin Creek Health Center. Separate entrances are available for community members.

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Academics

Riverside High has a wide variety of courses and electives to offer for grades 9-12. Required classes range from Science 9 & 10, Trigonometry, Calculus to English 12 and Civics. The electives offered at Riverside are courses such as AP Studio Art, AP Calculus, Forensic Science, Fencing, and Community Service.

Athletics

Riverside High is a West Virginia AAA school. The school has had several successful sports teams in the 10+ years it has been in operation. They are wrestling, volleyball, track & field, softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, tennis, cross country, cheerleading, and football.[citation needed]

Marching Warriors

The school has had two baton twirlers named Miss Kanawha Majorette at the Daily Mail Kanawha County Majorette and Band Festival. Mandy Jo Wingo in took the top honor in 2004[1] and Kandis Courtney in 2008.[2]

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Coordinates: 38°12′27″N 81°30′47″W / 38.20737°N 81.51308°W / 38.20737; -81.51308