• Mr. Jason Dandurand

    Roxana High School Principal

    Dear Parents and Students of Roxana High School:

    It is a great honor to serve as the Principal of Roxana High School. I want to thank you for entrusting your children to our care each and every day. I commit all my energy and passion to ensuring that your student’s educational experience is marked by respect, kindness, and a focus on educational achievement.

    I am truly excited to be a part of the many initiatives here at Roxana High School. At RHS we take great pride in our students’ academic and social development which exemplify the true spirit of Roxana High. We have an incredibly talented and dedicated staff that is committed to our students’ success. Our district’s support provides our students resources and opportunities critical to their success. At RHS, we are blessed with partnerships from our local and regional community:

    • Bank of Edwardsville for sponsoring our Teacher of the Month initiative
    • Midwest Credit Union for sponsoring our Shells (students) of the Month campaign
    • Lewis & Clark Community College and Saint Louis University for providing dual credit opportunities for our students
    • Roxana Public Safety Division [Police and Fire Departments]
    • Local businesses along with local Rotary and Kiwanis organizations for providing scholarship opportunities to our students
    • The Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities
    • The Wood River Refinery for their continued support of our school and district

    These initiatives and partnerships not only help to engage, equip, and encourage our students, but also cultivate their college and career readiness.

    Please feel free to contact me anytime about questions you may have regarding our school. We value your input and your role as parent/guardian – it is clearly a shared mission to guarantee a quality education for our students. It is an honor serving as the Roxana High School Principal as we Achieve Excellence with Passion, Pride, and Partnership.

    Yours in Education,

    Jason P. Dandurand