Senior / Graduation Information
Senior / Graduation Information
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Seniors: Click here & Bookmark the Senior / Graduation Information page for all important information for this year. The first of many announcements will be housed there during the year. Attn. Rangeview Senior Class!  The time is here seniors.  Seniors it’s not…

Senior / Graduation Information
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Senior / Graduation Information

downloadSeniors: Click here & Bookmark the Senior / Graduation Information page for all important information for this year. The first of many announcements will be housed there during the year. 

Attn. Rangeview Senior Class!  The time is here seniors.  Seniors it’s not too late to order and have your ring or Cap & Gown for graduation. Order on-line at . Don’t delay! Congratulations to seniors and families on the upcoming celebration.  Please see Mrs. Jerome in the Athletic Office if you have any questions.

Important Dates:

Date, Time & LocationActivity
May 3, Tuesday, 9:36 am – 10:34 am     (Period 3)

Senior Class Meeting – Auditorium

 May 7, Saturday, 9:00 pm – 12:00 pm

Sports Authority Field
1701 Bryant Street
Denver, Colorado 80204

May 7, Saturday, 12:30 am – 4:00 am

Dave and Busters
2000 South Colorado Boulevard
Denver, Colorado 80222


April 4th – 6th  = $40 each
April 7th – May 6th = $50 each
$70 each at the door

Prom & After Prom
(purchased at the same time)
April 4th – 6th  = $55 each
April 7th – May 6th = $65 each

After Prom (Prom not included)
April 4th – 6th  = $15 each
April 7th – May 6th = $20 each

 May 12 and 13, Thursday & Friday Check out sheets distributed
 May 17, Tuesday Last day of classes for Seniors
 May 18, Wednesday, 7:30 – 10:00 am
Small Gym

May 18, Wednesday, 10:30 am
Large Gym

May 18, Wednesday, 12:15 pm
Aurora Public Schools PLCC
(Professional Learning Conference Center)
15771 E. 1st Avenue
Aurora, Colorado 80011

 Final Checkout

Final Transcript Request returned, Cap and Gown issued

Advancement Assembly

Senior Luncheon
March 22  – 25 = $15 each
March 26 – April 30 = $20 each
May 1  – May 13 = $25 each

 May 19, Thursday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Rangeview baseball field / Inside RHS

 Senior Split
May 23, Monday, 7:00 pm, AuditoriumHonors Convocation
May 24, Tuesday, 2:00 pm, Ritchie CenterGraduation
  • Beginning April 1, 2016 payment from seniors must be made with credit card, debit card, cash, or money order.

    No Checks.

The following scholarships are available through our common application. Please be sure to read the detailed list of each scholarship to make sure you are eligible and see all requirements.


Creating Your Schedule for the 2016-17 School Year

For CURRENT 9th-11th Graders ONLY

Every student should receive their list of requested courses and a Dream Schedule Form based on their current grade level. There is a sample schedule on the forms.

  • Juniors- Blue
  • Sophomores- Green
  • Freshmen- Yellow

A list of next year’s courses and the periods in which they are available was sent to each student’s school email and is posted in several locations throughout the building and on the website under the Counseling tab- "Course Planning". The link for it is "Student Version of Master Schedule 2016-17". Classes highlighted in BLUE have space available should a student need to pick an alternate for a class or if they have scheduling conflicts for courses they requested.

Student Version of Master Schedule 2016-17

Students are asked to fill in 2 possible Dream Schedules using the list of courses and their availability. If a student does not have a preference, he/she may check the “I Have No Preference” box at the top of the Dream Schedule #1 and the computer will create the schedule.  Please number your top 3 priorities for your schedule (ex. #1- English 11, 4th period, #2- 7thperiod off, #3- 6thperiod PE). By giving us your top 3 priorities we know what is really important to you if we are not able to fulfill your dream schedule. If a Dream Schedule form is not turned in by the deadline, schedules will be created by the computer.


  • Juniors- Friday, April 29th
  • Sophomores- Friday, April 29th
  • Freshmen- Monday, May 2nd

Dreams schedules will be built in order of priority based on students’ attendance and completion of ICAP tasks. See the list of tasks and instructions for completing them below. Students needing help with ICAP tasks can come to the Post Grad Center all day on Wednesday.

*** During lunches Counselors will be available at the Double R’s to answer questions or to help students***

Pickens -Students who will take Pickens courses need to select either the “Pickens AM= Periods1-4” or “Pickens PM = Periods4-7” box. They will then complete the Dream Schedule for the remainder of their classes at RHS.

IEP- Students who have an IEP will need to meet with their case managers to find out when their required courses are offered and need to be scheduled.

ELA- Students who need ELD or sheltered classes are asked to talk to Ms. Thompson about the classes they need for next year.

CCA- Students who will be taking classes on the CCA campus in the fall will need to complete a dream schedule with the required number of classes on it. After you have registered for CCA classes see your counselor about making changes to your RHS schedule if needed.

CCA classes at RHS- Students who have signed up to take a CCA Concurrent Enrollment class at RHS will need to have qualifying assessment scores or meet the new GPA/Class requirement. If you do not meet these requirements, your schedule will be adjusted accordingly.


All tasks are in Naviance Under “My Planner” – “Tasks Assigned to Me”
Log-in information: Username- Student ID #;  Password- 6 Digit Birthdate (MM/DD/YY)

11th grade- Deadline- Tuesday, May 3rd

  • District ICAP PWR Goal Setting Survey
  • District ICAP Financial Planning Survey
  • Upload your Personal Statement
  • Upload a Resume

10th grade- Deadline- Wednesday, May 4th

  • District ICAP PWR Goal Setting Survey
  • District ICAP Financial Planning Survey
  • Create and Update your Resume
  • Add Colleges to Your List
  • Complete Strengths Explorer

9th grade- Deadline- Thursday, May 5th

  • District ICAP PWR Goal Setting Survey
  • District ICAP Financial Planning Survey
  • Create/ Update your Resume
  • Complete Career Cluster Finder

Alexis Wall Wins Boettcher!

AlexisWall2016Rangeview’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.

Congratulations Alexis!

Parent Meeting – Spanish Speaking Seminar on Children & Marijuana

  • Para las familias de Rangeview Highschool, estaremos ofreciendo un taller informativo en español sobre la marihuana recreacional y tus hijos. Hablaremos sobre las leyes, efectos en la salud y cómo conversar con tus hijos sobre la marijuana no medicinal. 
  • La charla es gratuita, en español y en el mismo colegio. 
  • La sesión será el jueuves 5 de mayo de 9:00 a 10:30 de la mañana en el Community Conference Room.
  • Para más información llama al 303-736-6612.


  • To the families of Rangeview High school we will be offering an informative workshop  in Spanish on retail marijuana and your kids.  We will talk about current laws, health effects and how to talk to your kids about recreational marijuana.
  • The session is free, in Spanish and at the school. 
  • The Workshop will be held on May 5th from 9:00 to 10:30 in the morning at the Community Conference Room.
  • For more information please call 303-736-6612.

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Aurora Scholars Honors Four Rangeview Students

Principal Ronald Fay with Aurora Scholar Honorees Hannah Brown, Dejuan Chapa, and Maia Sandoval at the Aurora Scholars Award Presentation on April 26, 2016.”

Principal Ronald Fay with Aurora Scholar Honorees Hannah Brown, Dejuan Chapa, and Maia Sandoval at the Aurora Scholars Award Presentation on April 26, 2016.”

With a gymnasium filled with student, parents, friends and grandparents, four Rangeview students were recognized by City of Aurora officials through its Aurora Scholars Program on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at Smoky Hill High School.  The four Rangeview students were nominated for the honor by one of their teachers who observed them to be high-achieving and exemplary students within the Aurora community.

The Aurora Scholars program was founded by former Aurora City Councilman Larry Beer, who wanted to honor Aurora’s high-achieving students in Aurora Public Schools, Cherry Creek Public Schools and Aurora’s private and parochial schools.

One student from each grade level was selected from each elementary, middle and high school in Aurora, and Rangeview is proud to announce its honorees for 2016.

  • 9th Maia Sandoval
  • 10th Dejuan Chapa
  • 11th Hannah Brown
  • 12th Eric Roon

Congratulations Raiders!

Spring Athletic Signings

Congratulations to Raider Athletes for signing with schools to continue their athletic careers.

  • George Marpaung - Fort Lewis College - Football
  • Jalen Guidry -  Northeastern Junior College - Basketball
  • DeVante Wheaten - Glendale Community College - Football
  • Joshua Schumacher - Kansas City Community College - Baseball
  • Katie Russell - Southern Virginia University - Softball
  • Ronald McQueen - Neosho COmmunity College - Track
  • Kelsie Hurtado - Trinidad State Junior College - Volleyball
  • Quiana Hughes - York College - Volleyball
  • Charlotte Gochenour - Hastings College - Dance
  • Danny Diaz - Midland University - Soccer 

NCWIT State Award Winners

Congratulations to the two State Level winners for the National Center for Women & Information Technology Aspirations Awards. Ronniesha Samuels-Lawrence and Michelle Hulongbayan received their awards at the annual ceremony April 24, 2016. Aspirations in Computing is a talent development pipeline initiative of the National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) designed to increase women's meaningful participation in computing careers by providing encouragement, visibility, community, leadership opportunities, scholarships, and internships to high potential technically inclined young women. Aspirations in Computing is the only national level talent development program for young women in computing and information technology. Good luck to both ladies as they attend college next year.

Mr. Mills , Ronniesha, & Michelle

National Merit Scholarship Program Success

changCongratulations to Hyun Ho Timothy Chang for advancing in his application process for the National Merit Scholarship Program. If he is announced as a finalist in the fall of 2016, he will be eligible to receive thousands of dollars in scholarships from elite universities across the nation. We are so proud of you and wish you the best Timothy!

Dress Code Reminder

As we enter the Spring season we would like to remind the families of the Rangeview Dress Code. This can be found on page 14 of the Student Handbook.

Students at Rangeview High School are expected to dress for academic success. All staff members are requested to strictly enforce the following building dress code policy:

  • Student ID’s must be worn a t all times while on APS property.
  • No hats, no headgear during the academic day: to include but not limited to, ball caps, stocking hats, bandanas, do- rags, hair nets, beanies, sweatbands, visors, and any other garment or article that may be worn on the head or around the neck. Exemptions must be requested through the deans’ office on a case-by-case basis.
  • SHORT SHORTS / SHORT SKIRTS more than 3” above the kneecap may not be worn unless leggings or  tights are worn. Leggings and tights are considered undergarments and cannot be worn alone.
  • HALTER TOPS, TUBE TOPS, SPAGHETTI STRAPS, LOW CUT TOPS exposing cleavage, BARE MIDRIFF OR SHOULDERS, PAJAMAS, or LINGERIE are not permitted and applies to both genders.
  • Exposed underwear (boxers, bras, thongs, etc.) is not allowed.
  • Clothes with offensive puns, language or graphics (including music groups or product names) or which are alcohol or drug related are not allowed.
  • Clothes that have gang affiliation or that are identical or similar to other students - other than school related - are not allowed.
  • Certain belt buckles, “dangling” belts, and shaved eyebrows are not allowed.
  • Sunglasses, including dangling or on top of the head, may not be worn inside the school  building.
  • Gloves may not be worn or dangling from pockets, etc. inside the building.
  • Students may wear graphic representations of flags but may not wear or display flags of any country.
  • Students must wear hard-soled, street appropriate shoes. House slippers regardless of sole are not allowed.
  • Any attire determined by a staff member to be distracting to the academic environment or pupil
    behavior in or about the school will not be permitted regardless of current fashion trends.
  • These rules apply any time a student is on campus or at any school activity.

Any clothes not listed but deemed inappropriate will not be allowed. Students whose clothing violates these rules will not receive an additional warning, but will be given an appropriate consequence on the first offense. When the third Dress Code violation is reached, students will attend a required seminar that takes place after school and/or on Saturday.