About Our School
Richland High School is committed to fostering student success through an emphasis on our Bomber values to build a community of lifelong learners.
- Each student is a valued individual with unique intellectual, emotional, physical and social needs.
- Students, parents, staff and community share the responsibility for the learning process.
- A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes academic success.
- Instructional strategies should be varied in order to accommodate individual differences.
- Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.
- Students should meet established academic standards within the curriculum prior to graduation.
- Technological competence enhances student success in school and in the world of work.
- Cultural awareness will improve a student’s ability to live in a diverse world.
- Academic success and self-respect are enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among students and between students and staff.
Responsibility, Compassion, Community, Integrity, Knowledge, Friendship, Happiness
Columbia High School opened in 1910 and was renamed Richland High in 1982. The school has a 4A classification by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA).