Raymore-Peculiar High School

Spring 2018 traffic pattern

Spring 2018 traffic pattern on School Road

Effective March 15, School Road will close from the West Peculiar Fire District station to 195th Street for construction. Detour signs will be posted. This final phase of School Road improvements is projected to last about three months. The project is under the direction of the City of Peculiar and Cass County.

The Raymore-Peculiar School District has established traffic pattern guidelines to help traffic flow during construction:

  • All traffic to the Ray-Pec main campus will enter from the south.
  • Parents with South Middle School students will use the fire station entrance to drop off and pick up on the east side of the school.
  • The fire station entrance will also be used for bus traffic.
  • High School student drivers will use entrances on School Road or the access road east of Panther Stadium.
  • Parents of high school students will drop off and pick up students on the west side of the school.
  • Drivers with both high school and middle school students will need to use School Road and follow the route for SMS parents after dropping off or picking 

For routes and detours during construction: Traffic pattern map

Senior Plaques

The Technology Student Association is selling Senior Plaques for $50. You can order a Senior Plaque for your 2018 Graduate. The plaque will be laser-etched in black granite and feature the clubs,organizations or athletic teams in which the student participated during high school. The $50 cost includes a clear acylic stand. Quantities are limited. If interested, contact Teacher Ivan Robison at ivan.robison@raypec.org.

TSA plaques image

First semester honor rolls

Raymore-Peculiar High School announces the names of students named to the fall semester 2017 Honor Rolls.

Introduction to the Technology Student Association

Check out a video segment about the Technology Student Association at Ray-Pec High School. TSA is devoted to the development of students in technology education. (Brianna Gordon is reporting.)

Students honored for academic achievement

On Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, Raymore-Peculiar High School honored students with academic honors earned during the 2016-2017 school year.

Students were recognized for achievements such as earning an Academic Letter, receiving the Lamp of Learning award, placing in the top 10 percent of their class, and Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Scholarship. Awards list

RPHS crest

Activities Calendar

Directory of teachers and website: 
Map with room numbers

Daily announcements

Keep up with announcements at the high school by visiting www.raypecnow.com, or by following RayPecNow on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Social media flyer

About our School

Raymore-Peculiar High School serves grades 9-12 in the Raymore-Peculiar School District. RPHS provides educational excellence that challenges a diverse community of learners to reach their maximum potential.  

20801 S. School Rd.
Ph: (816) 892-1400
Fx: (816) 892-1401
Attendance: (816) 892-1412

School Hours

7:25 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
9:33 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Thursday
Early release: 11:46 a.m.

Office Hours

7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday


Steven Miller
Steven Miller, Principal, (816) 892-1402, steven.miller@raypec.org

Kristina Martin, Associate Principal, (816) 892-1406, kristina.martin@raypec.org

Mark Cook, Assistant Principal, (816) 892-1407, mark.cook@raypec.org

Jerry Edson, Assistant Principal, (816) 892-1403, 

Jeanne Kuhlman, Assistant Principal, (816) 892-1405, jeanne.kuhlman@raypec.org

Tom Kruse, Activity/Athletic Director, (816) 892-1410, tom.kruse@raypec.org