Hello Students, Parents, and Families,Hooray!! The 2016-17 school year is upon us. We hope your summer has been enjoyable and replenishing.The summer Check-In mailer went out on July 13th. This is a bit later than we had anticipated so we…
Rangeview students Connor Hannaman, Vincent Morgan, Johnny Zeng, and Dakota Weir presented at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference in Denver. Connor, Johnny, and Vincent presented a session on CyberPatriot and STEM education and were seen by several…
Senior Portrait LetterCongratulations Seniors! Click on the link above for complete details on Senior Portraits.
Rangeview is pleased to announce its Mobile App has been released! The app is now available in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store, just search for “Rangeview High School” or click the link below. Please take…
The Athletic Paperwork for the 2016-2017 school year is now available. During the slow time of summer is a great opportunity to complete the paperwork and get physicals. There are several locations available for physicals listed on the Athletic Paperwork…
Hello Students, Parents, and Families,
Hooray!! The 2016-17 school year is upon us. We hope your summer has been enjoyable and replenishing.
The summer Check-In mailer went out on July 13th. This is a bit later than we had anticipated so we are extending the deadline to “Pay Your School Fees by Mail” postmark date to Friday, July 22nd. The envelope you receive will have a red stamp indicating “Important Check-In Information”.
Please read all the Check-In information carefully so you can be prepared when you attend check-in the first week of August. Don’t forget to check the Rangeview website for important information also related to check-in and the 2016-17 school year.
Back to School Night is Monday, August 8th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Please join the Rangeview Staff for an evening of barbecue, parent information and meeting student’s teachers.
Other important “Save the Dates” are:
We hope you enjoy the rest of your summer and look forward to a fantastic school year!
School pictures will be taken at Registration. Below is the flyer. Orders can be placed online through the following web site: http://mylifetouch.com
Important Note: You may be able to see a schedule on Infinite Campus but there are continuing changes being made. THE ONLY OFFICIAL SCHEDULE WILL BE GIVEN TO STUDENTS AT CHECK-IN IN AUGUST. Please do not assume that the schedule on IC is complete and you may make appointments with counselors after check-in for any changes. Information for the Check-in schedule and process will appear online shortly.
Can you believe it has been 30 years since our High School graduation? Let's celebrate this summer starting with a Happy Hour event on Saturday, July 30th and then a BBQ/picnic at Bicentennial Park in Aurora on Sunday, July 31.
All events will be catered. Cost is $60 per person. And if you plan to bring children to the Sunday event please add $5.00 per child. Please RSVP by July 15th and make checks payable to RHS 30th Reunion. Please mail your payment to Jaime Choate (Bryant) at 2689 S. Moline Ct. , Aurora, CO 80014.
Shannon Smith, Jaime Bryant, Christopher Maca and Michael McGee
Now you can connect to the Internet at home - for school, work, communicating with others and so much more.
To qualify for $9.95 a month Internet service and a low-cost computer, your household must meet all these criteria:
Applications available in the Main Office.
Take Advantage of Summer Programs for Students
Click on the SUMMER PROGRAMS page and keep updated on the programs that available this summer. Check back often. As things come in, we will add them. Programs range from academic enrichment, additional learning opportunities, to athletic programs. Many Athletic programs have summer programs designed specifically for incoming freshmen.
TRI-M Honor Chord- Recognition for an inducted fully active TRI-M member who meets the minimum requirements of 2.75 cumulative GPA, 3.0 Music GPA, 40 Hours of Community Service for year 1, 30 Hours of Community Service for year 2, 20 Hours of Community Service for year 3, 10 Hours of Community Service for year 4 and to be an active member of the group and has turned in the form by the listed date.
Congratulations to Rangeview High School Social Studies teacher Stephanie Walsh for earning the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) “Outstanding Teacher” award for Colorado. The recognition honors Walsh’s teaching accomplishments and philosophy. - See more at: http://aurorak12.org/2016/05/03/stephanie-walsh/#sthash.bZtJNold.dpuf
Two Rangeview seniors were honored at the Metropolitan Mayors and Youth Commissioner's Awards
Congratulations to Roxana Valencia and Juansa Luster for being recognized as outstanding students who have overcome major obstacles in life. The MMYC awards are designed to honor youth who have excelled and give back to their school and community, despite the challenges they have faced in life. Twenty four students were recognized across Arapahoe County. Six of the students were from APS.
Rangeview’s very own Alexis Wall has been announced at the recipient of the prestigious Boettcher Scholarship! Wall is an exemplary student who has been vigilant in completing the rigorous application and interview process for the scholarship. The competition for the four-year scholarship is great and the Boettcher Foundation is intentional in seeking out excellent students. This year nearly 1,600 students applied for the 40 available scholarships, which makes Walls’ accomplishment all the more sweet.
As an excelling student Wall is an exemplary member of the Rangeview student body, achieving high marks in her classes, maintaining a high GPA , participating in various Rangeview clubs and activities and being a member of the RHS Class of 2016 Top-Ten students. Wall is well respected throughout the halls of Rangeview and out and about within the Aurora community.
This is one of the reasons the Boettcher Foundation selected her because the foundation designed its scholarship program to help “Colorado’s best minds to stay in Colorado.” Its goal is to support Colorado’s top students by providing them with scholarships to attain an excellent in-state education, and to provide them with a vast network of alumni, community leaders and resources to enrich their college and life experience.
Rangeview wishes Alexis the best of luck and encourages her to hold tight to her commitment to excellence as she prepares for graduation and on into her pursuit of a higher education.