Welcome to Rangeview High School!
Reading regularly could be the most profitable activity for you this summer. Reading develops your mind! Research has shown that unless students read regularly during school breaks, they can fall behind as much as three months in their reading achievement. Students who read several books throughout the summer are shown to maintain or increase their reading ability. Reading is not a natural skill, just like activities such as baseball or playing an instrument. The more you practice, the better you will be! Read More, Write More, Think More, Be More!
All of the books listed can be found at your local Aurora Public Libraries. There will also be a special “Summer Reading” table set up at the Town Center Barnes and Noble in Aurora where you can find the titles to purchase. For more information as to places and ways to find copies of these books please visit our Rangeview Website. Happy Reading!
Mr. Ronald M. Fay
Rangeview High School
AP - Art: Theme Paper
AP - Chemistry Summer Assignment
AP - Human Geography
AP - Psychology Summer Assignment
STEM Summer Assignment
*Although Mr. Hamilton and Mrs. Walsh give different summer assignments, the content is the based on the Founding of our government. Both teachers accept each other’s summer assignments if a change in a student’s schedule occurs.
Congratulations to Marina Santiago for winning the Daniels Fund Scholarship. This year Rangeview had six students make it to the semi-finalist round, but Marina was the only student who received it. This scholarship covers all unmet need to any accredited college in the United States. Marina plans to attend the University of Denver and study Political Science. Her dream is to go to law school and eventually work in family law. Marina has been very active in Poms, theatre, Student Leadership, DSA and LULAC. She would like to give a huge thanks to her counselor, Mrs. Celeste Lee, and her teacher, Mr. Alec Barron, for recommending her for this scholarship. She also feels that the mock interview she did with Mr. Duwe helped prepare her for her Daniels Fund Interview. Marina will participate in the Daniels Fund summer SHIFT program, where she will learn additional skills to succeed in college. One of Marina’s greatest strengths is her persistence. She is in the top 10% of her class and believes hard work pays off. Way to go Marina!
Congratulations to Feyone La, who is a recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship. This is one of the most competitive and prestigious scholarships a student can earn. Feyone has excelled both in and out of the classroom throughout high school. She ranks in the top 1% of her class and is currently our Student Body President, the Next Generation Voices President, Thespians Secretary, an NHS member, a Link Leader, part of our Advanced Performing Arts class and excels in Orchestra. Feyone plans to attend Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA to study biomedical engineering. Eventually, Feyone hopes to pursue a PHD in biomedical engineering. This scholarship will pay for both her undergraduate degree, as well as graduate school. She is grateful to Tammy Strouse and Alec Barron, not only for nominating and recommending her for this scholarship, but also for serving as inspirational teachers and mentors to her. Way to go Feyone!