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Friday, November 14, 2014

Order your yearbook online today and savor the memories forever!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Jaylin committed to attend Kent State University on a full basketball scholarship during the early signing period on November, 12, 2014.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Students at Romulus High School are gaining employable and transferable skills in a new field of study – food service.

The high school’s culinary arts program was created in response to the growing need for experienced chefs and food service managers in a recovering economy.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

The National Honor Society at Romulus High School is pleased to announce the new officers for the 2014-2015 school year. The officers are: (from left) Alexis Paige as the Community Service Director, Miranda Moffat as the Vice President,  Sarah Wadsworth as the President, and Summerlynn Johnson...

Saturday, September 27, 2014

On September 27th the Romulus High School’s National Honor Society helped at the Gleaner’s food bank. The Community Methodist Church housed the food drive where Romulus families could pick up bags of food.


The Romulus High School staff believes all students can learn. Our mission is for all students to become lifelong learners with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in an ever-changing global society. We will nurture and challenge all students to reach their full potential in a safe and orderly environment.

​Romulus High School graduates model integrity, are goal-oriented, value education, and have the skills to be prepared in our ever-changing society. Eagles Prevail. Invest. Empower. Achieve

We believe... Learners who are respectful, responsible and resourceful embody the Romulus Way. Family support and involvement is essential for academic success. All stakeholders have a responsibility to ensure that students reach their full potential. Everyone is entitled to participate and learn in a safe and accepting environment. Student achievement is maximized when skills and knowledge are applied to and connected with real world situations. Technology, resources and skills are essential for student success in this global society. Schools must provide an atmosphere of curiosity and a challenging curriculum aligned with state and national standards taught by highly qualified teachers.