RBV is a collaborative learning community that inspires students to develop intellectual abilities and individual passions as they discover their purpose.
Our vision is to exemplify inspiration, discovery, and achievement.
Please note our spring schedule change procedures: Students get a signed form from their teacher and take it to their counselor, who will make the change if appropriate and available. Schedule change requests may be made Dec 1-15 only.
Livestream our Longhorn athletics events here. The service is available for all games held in the stadium and the gym. Please note there is a fee for livestreaming events.
We have many ways to support students on campus. Please reach out to a counselor for more information.
One new partner is The Tariq Khamisa Foundation. The Tariq Khamisa Foundation (TKF) was established in 1995 after Tariq Khamisa, a 20 year old college student was killed by Tony Hicks, a 14 year old gang member. Tony became the first child in California under the age of 16 to be convicted as an adult. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Believing there were “victims on both ends of the gun”, Tariq’s father Azim Khamisa reached out in forgiveness to Tony’s grandfather, Ples Felix to begin the process of healing; together they established TKF. Here is a Ted Talk on their work.
Parents, students, and community members can now access an extensive list of local resources to find food, shelter, health services, educational services, and more. Just scroll to the top of the page, click the "parents" button and then the "community resources" tab. From there, clicking on any of the images will open the file to provide access to the links.