Two A’s for Rochester Community Schools

The Rochester Community School (RCS) District is proud to announce a new long-term credit rating designation of AA with a stable outlook for the remaining sale of the $185 million unlimited-tax general obligation (GO) school bonds. The AA rating, issued by S&P Global Ratings, is the second highest assessment possible and indicates that obligations are “of high quality with a very low credit risk.” The previous rating for the district was AA- with a positive outlook. “A good credit … [Read more...]

Rochester Community Schools Awards $46M for Construction Projects

Rochester Community Schools Bond Project Update Six Rochester Community School District summer bond construction projects are wrapping up in time for students to return to school on September 5.  Summer construction projects benefit Baldwin, Hamlin, Hugger, and Musson Elementary Schools, Rochester High School, and West Middle School. Construction at Adams High School is also underway, and the district is looking to break ground in September for the ACE, Adult Special Education, and Adult … [Read more...]

Drop-in Board Game Afternoon @ the RHPL

Since there’s no school for Rochester Community School students, drop into the library’s Story Room in the afternoon to play a variety of board games. Snacks provided. No registration necessary. Residents of Rochester, Rochester Hills, and Oakland Township, don’t miss these exciting events at Rochester Hills Public Library. Each child who registers for library programs must have his or her own library card and be a resident of Rochester, Rochester Hills, or Oakland Township. Registration is … [Read more...]


Rochester Area Youth Assistance (RAYA) is looking for student nominations for its 37th Annual Youth Recognition Banquet to be held on Tuesday, March 29th at the River Crest banquet facility in Rochester Hills.  The banquet will honor young people, grades K-12, who reside in the Rochester Community School District in recognition of their community service, accomplishments or achievements.  Past recipients have donated their time by tutoring classmates, befriending special needs children, or … [Read more...]