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Larry A. Ryle High School News

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Ryle HS Career Fair RHS Career Fair
Parking on Saturday Band

We are very excited to host the annual Ryle Tournament of Bands on Saturday.  Some of the best marching bands in the state and region will be here to perform.  Our campus will be very busy from early morning until late Saturday when the final awards will be presented.

St. Timothy's will also be hosting their Oktoberfest on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in their parking lot.  Unfortunately, we will not be able to permit parking for Oktoberfest on the Ryle campus on Saturday.  St. Timothy's has made arrangements for Oktoberfest parking at the old Krogers loctaion on U.S. Hwy 42 for Saturday.  Parking on the Ryle campus will be available on Friday and Sunday.

Please contact the school office or St. Timothy's if you have any questions.

National Merit Semi-Finalists National Merit
NKFCA Kick-It for Cancer Kickit
ACT Prep Classes Hosted at Ryle ACT Prep
RaiderNation App is here! RN app
Tobacco Free tobacco free

In 2019, the Kentucky legislature passed HB11, a statewide 100% Tobacco Free School bill. 100% Tobacco Free Schools prohibit tobacco use, including vapor products and alternative nicotine products, by staff, students and visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week, inside Board-owned buildings or vehicles, on school owned property and during school-sponsored events, trips and activities. The primary goals of these policies include reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and encouraging tobacco users to consume less of the addictive product.
The more significant long-term effect of these policies, however, is to reduce youth tobacco use by reducing student exposure to tobacco use as an acceptable behavior by role models important to their development. For additional information about tobacco free schools, visit the Tobacco Free Schools website.


Hope and Well-being for All Boone County Students 5K 5k flyer

The Boone County Education Foundation is sponsoring this 5K event to support the social and emotional learning efforts, ensuring hope and well-being for all 21,000 students in the Boone County School District. Funds are being raised to support programming and instruction that build grit, perseverance, resilience, mental wellness, and leadership in all students, as well as promote healthy life choices.

Enjoy a morning with family, friends and teachers in the community to support Boone County Schools. Bring the whole family to race like the thoroughbreds on Turfway Park's horse track! Trophies will be given to the winners!


Ryle Named a PLTW Distinguished School biomed

Larry A. Ryle High School Receives National Recognition for Commitment to Empowering Students

Named a distinguished school for STEM and career learning program

Union, KYLarry A. Ryle High School announced today that it has been recognized as a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing broad access to transformative learning opportunities for students through PLTW Biomedical Science and Engineering. It is one of just 64 high schools across the U.S. to receive this honor.

PLTW is a nonprofit organization that serves millions of PreK-12 students and teachers in schools across the U.S.

“We are very proud and excited to earn this recognition for our students, our teachers, and our school.  Our PLTW programs in Biomedical Science and Engineering provide great learning opportunities for our students in highly relevant STEM areas.  Students completing these pathways gain great insight and have meaningful hands-on experiences that prepare them to be future science and engineering leaders.  These programs have further elevated the in-depth conversations with our students about the career opportunities in these STEM areas,” said Matthew Turner, Principal of Ryle High School.

Ryle Named Top School by U.S. News & World Report best

Larry A. Ryle High School was ranked as the 18th best high school in Kentucky by U.S. News & World Report.