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Reynolds alumni are the engine powering RVA; from our Culinary Arts graduates at the head of Richmond’s food scene, to our Nursing graduates caring for loved ones in regional healthcare facilities, to our Automotive graduates keeping us moving forward to students transferring to colleges and universities throughout the Common-wealth. What you have in common is an outstanding start from Reynolds!

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Alumni News 

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 Bed & Breakfast owner, Josh McVeigh '15, Returns to Reynolds for Scholarship Luncheon

“We knew we needed some know-how and we knew we needed some experience,” noted Josh while talking about his preparation in opening his own bed and breakfast – Ridgeside Bed and Breakfast in Afton, Virginia. “As we talked around and to local chefs, I knew Reynolds was the place I wanted to go if I wanted to be a chef.” Read More.



Brandon Lambert (ACA Class of '17) Features at National Dual Enrollment Conference 

Brandon Lambert, graduate of the Reynolds ACA at Highland Springs HS in the Class of 2017 with an Associate Degree in Business Administration, has huge head start at Virginia Tech, having transferred 56 credits from the ACA toward his Bachelors degree in Business Management.

He's also nationally known in the dual enrollment community, thanks to his recent appearance in Washington, DC, at the annual convention of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).  Read More. 

Jenni Rose Johnson, Class of 2014



Alumni looking out for each other. Jenni Rose Johnson (center) is a 2014 Reynolds Nursing graduate and director of the Progressive Care Unit at Johnston-Willis Hospital. Surrounding her are fellow Reynolds Nursing alumni that Jenni has hired! Not only is Jenni helping outstanding careers get started, she launched the NCLEX Challenge fundraiser that provides scholarships to new Nursing graduates to help with the cost of sitting for the NCLEX-RN exam.