1. A high school located in Richland, WA.
2. A high school whose colors are green and gold.
3. A high school whose mascot is the Bombers and is represented by three different symbols: a mushroom cloud, a plane, and a bomb shell.
4. A high school where the proudest and greatest graduate from.
1. I graduated from Richland High School and I’m “proud of the cloud!”
2. People from Richland High School have Bomber Pride!
3. I’m Richland High School Alumni “Class of ’96!”
Noun. An obscure high school in Eastern Washington unremarkable except for its slavish devotion to football and its use of an atomic mushroom cloud as a mascot. Recent attempts at whitewashing by the school's administration have declared that the Bombers, as they call themselves, are not named after nuclear weapons but are in fact named after a bomber plane, called the Day's Pay, that workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation donated a day's pay to buy for the U.S. Army during World War II. To bolster this idea, the school commissioned a massive mural of bombers in flight that appear to be strafing the school's courtyard. But despite the best efforts of the administration to convince the world that Richland High does not, in fact, promote nuclear war, the mascot is still a mushroom cloud behind a big yellow "R," and the tile "bomb" in the mixing area's floor is still protected by a cadre of enormous, mean-spirited seniors.
"Richland High School has repeatedly refused the entreaties of Japanese envoys to pick a less offensive mascot."
1. Noun. Equivalent to the "state school" for aspiring engineers next to the "Ivy League" Hanford High School. 2. The origin of unusual white trash and extremely conservative youth.
"Man, I threw a lump of coal in the RHS student government room, and in two weeks I had a diamond!" or "Lets add an even BIGGER gun rack to my monster truck!"