Our vision at RBV is to exemplify inspiration, discovery, and achievement. The mission of RBV is to be a collaborative learning community that inspires students to develop intellectual abilities and individual passions as they discover their purpose. Our values are grounded in Respect the Ranch: Integrity, Responsibility and Commitment.
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.
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.
Congratulations to our RBV Athletes of the Month for August! Read more about them here.
Boys Water Polo (RBV Male Athlete of the Month)
Junior Owen Scrivner is a first-time water polo player this Fall Season and quickly proved himself during pre-season through his aquatic agility, coordination, and determination to learn. Thanks to his athletic aptitude and dedication to craft, Owen has earned a spot on the Varsity team and continues to bring a contagious hard-working attitude and level of focus to every practice and game.
Girls Volleyball (RBV Female Athlete of the Month)
Junior Middle Blocker Hazel Livingston-Jones is a key component to our program and has helped in many ways get the team started on a good note. Hazel is a consistent athlete and is always willing to learn and be better. Hazel is averaging 13 blocks and 9 kills each game. She is a force to be reckoned with and excited to have her in the program for 1 more year.