This year registration for Athletics will be online. Go to the Rangeview Athletics Site and Click on the button that says: REGISTER FOR SPORTS, and create an account. from there you will be able to complete all of the paperwork…
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Kevin Marshall - University of Wyoming
Olivia Andre - University of Colorado
Onyinyechukwuka Ozoma - Stanford University
Elena Dedi - University of Colorado
Hyun Timothy Chang - University of Southern California
Sydney Comet - University of Wyoming
Mariah Lee - Baylor University
Yonas Bayu - Harvard
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Hello Students, Parents and Families,
The 2017-18 school year is upon us. We hope your summer has been enjoyable and replenishing.
The summer Check-In mailer will go out the first week in July. 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 last week of July. Also, don’t forget to check more of the Rangeview website for important information related to check-in and the 2017-18 school year.
“Save the Dates”:
Students will receive his / her official schedule at check-in. Any changes will need to be made after school begins. Any schedules viewed online are not final and may change before check-in.
We hope you enjoy the rest of your summer and look forward to a fantastic school year!
Rangeview High School
School pictures will be taken at Registration. Below is the flyer. Orders can be placed online through the following web site: http://mylifetouch.com
Returning students who are unable to check-in July 24, 25, 26,or 27, must call the school (303-695-6848) before
3 p.m. on July 27, or they will be dropped from the school database. Students who are dropped must re-enroll and
re-register. For students who do call and for students who enroll after July 27, late check-in is scheduled for
Tuesday, August 8 and Wednesday, August 9 from 7:00- 9:00 a.m. Please use the athletic entrance.
Yearbook and ID pictures will also be taken on these days.
Changes will not be made via telephone or e-mail.
In order to set clear expectations for the 2017-18 school year, Rangeview High School would like to remind everyone about a few policies regarding student conduct and attendance.
Students must attend 95% of their classes, whether excused or unexcused, to attend major school functions such as Prom and Homecoming.
Also in 2017-18, students will no longer be permitted to use phones and or headphones in their classrooms. Once students enter their classroom the devices should not be seen and if students fail to follow this rule, the phone or headphones will be confiscated by the teacher immediately. Confiscated phones will be sent to the dean’s office and must be picked up by a parent/guardian.
Finally, all students are required to present an ID upon entering Rangeview High School. The front entrance is the only available entrance at all times of the day, while students may enter through the back, southeast entrance from 7:15-7:35.
Rangeview High School
“I feel honored, it is a cool thing. I never thought thought it would go this far,” said Brown, a veteran of Rangeview’s Science Department and leader of the school’s StellarXplorers program. Tom’s “Cosmos Rangers” focus on valuable experiences many with mentor volunteers from Buckley Air Force Base led by Lieutenant Chris Dong from the 460th Space Wing. Just this past April Tom’s team finished in the top ten of the third annual competition that features “an exciting,
space-focused competition to address real-world problems. Continue reading →
Summer of 2017 Opportunities - Click here to see some of the great opportunities for the summer of 2017. Many of those opportunities and programs are hiring or enrolling as early as February, so check back often for new programs.
1 - Summer School Information:
Rangeview will be offering summer school classes for students to earn credit toward graduation. The cost is $25 per class taken (English or Math or both). Payment is due by Thursday May 25thth. Please pay the bookkeeper and have her sign the bottom of this form. Read the registration information that is attached, and then fill out the bottom section and return it to Mr. Gonzalez or Mr. Lysaght. The top half of the registration form is for you to retain for your records. If you have questions about summer school or the cost, please contact Assistant Principal Bryan Gasior via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 303.695.6848 x:26998
2 - 2017 Online/ED2020 Summer School Registration
How to register for online summer school 2017:
Five Rangeview students were selected as Daniels Scholarship Winners today marking a record high for Rangeview High School. Seniors Nina Bombole-Boimbo, Victor Lee, Onye Ozoma, Vincent Tran, and Faven Woldetatyos won the prestigious scholarship.
“It’s a mixture of emotions,” said winner Faven Woldetatyos who is deciding between Northwestern and a host of Ivy League schools for her future. “I’m partly numb, it’s crazy to believe that this burden is gone, it’s just gone, it’s vanished. I’m just so grateful to God, my family, and Rangeview.”
The other four winners are in different stages of their college decision making process. Ozoma is deciding between Stanford and Yale, while Bombole is selecting from a list including Boston College among others.
“I’m so elated for our students. It is an honor well-deserved for their four years of exceptional hard work,” said College and Career Center Coordinator Betty Gessesse.
Winner Victor Lee is considering Georgia Tech among a host of other schools and counselor Ann Atencio described him as “an incredible young man with a big heart” and “more than deserving of the award.”
The Daniels Fund provides students the opportunity to obtain a four-year college education at any accredited nonprofit college or university in the United States with full financial and personal support throughout the process.
“We had more access for our students and the constant support from the college & career center has provided them more opportunities,” continued Gessesse.
Most of the applicants worked with their counselors and Gessesse in the process, who even set up mock interviews for the scholars with administration to prepare them.
“When I was a freshman, everyone said Rangeview was a family and I scoffed at it,” explained Woldetatyos. “But now I see it. The adults are just, well, cool. Everybody is just always there to support and help.”
Rangeview had the third highest number of finalists in the state for the prestigious scholarship. Last year, the class of 2016 featured three Daniels’ winners.
The 2017 Intersession is underway! Below are some pictures from the experiential learning students are doing at Rangeview. They events include criminal forensics to a visit to Washington DC. Enjoy the pictures as we explore the world!
Washington DC Video
Special Thanks to Jorion Marshall for creating the above video.
Rangeview FBLA competed at the State Conference in Vail on April 19-21, 2017. It was truly a great experience. All 17 competitors represented Rangeview with professionalism, intelligence, and respect. When the dust of competition of settled Rangeview stood tall with 5 invitations to the national conference this summer in Anaheim, California.
We are a proud host of another FBLA state officer, Nadya Nfaoui. Andres Marquez walked away with a second place finish in Job Interview! Jakob Lutz, Alyanna Marleton, and Peter Vo achieved a third place finish in Intro to Business Presentation! If you see these kids walking the halls, or in your classes be sure to congratulate them. This is a huge accomplishment!