College Track Students Join First Lady Michelle Obama at 2015 Beating the Odds Summit
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Click here to sign up for Accuplacer testing August 4, 2015.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Report at 9:00 a.m.
Assessment Lab - Room 133
Students must bring their Community College of Aurora (CCA) S# and RHS ID card before they will be allowed to test.…
August 6, 20155:15 to 8 PM
Join us for our Back to School Night Barbecue! This provides the opportunity to meet teachers, visit classrooms, tour the school and learn about all the opportunities the Rangeview Community has to offer.
Back to School Night…
Below is the link for 2015-16 paperwork. Please read and complete everything required. Athletes may not participate in regular season practices or games unless paperwork is on file with the Athletic Office. Below is also information on low cost physicals…
AP Chemistry Mr. Bird
AP CHEMISTRY SUMMER ASSIGNMENT
AP Spanish Mrs. Galindo
A.P. United States History Mr. Siebenthal / Mr. Corby
2015 2016 APUSH Summer Reading Assignment
AP Biology Mr Kintz
AP Bio Summer Assignment 2015-16
AP United States Government and Politics
Mr. Hamilton & Mrs. Walsh
Late Check-In - August 11 & 12, 2015, 7 AM to 9 AM
Dear Students and Parents:
This letter includes information about the check-in schedule. You should be receiving a check-in summer mailer in the next couple of weeks. There is information within the envelope that you will need to complete the check-in process. If you have not received your information by July 18th, please call the school for further information. There is important communication located on our website. Please click the appropriate links below for all registration information, before your check-in day.
All pre-registered students are required to check-in to confirm their continued enrollment at Rangeview High School. Check-in has been scheduled for July 28, 29, 30, and 31. Students who are unable to check-in July 28, 29, 30 or 31 MUST call the school (303-695-6848) before 3 p.m. on July 31 or they will be dropped from the school database. Students who are dropped will need to re-enroll and re-register.
Any Schedules that may be showing on Infinite Campus are subject to change. Students will receive his / her schedule at check-in.
Picture Day is this week at Check-in.
Last reminder to order before Picture Day.
Picture Day ID: CG905216Y0
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HOUSEHOLD DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES?
You must go to Central Admissions to change the following information:
Central Admissions is located at 1085 Peoria St., Aurora, CO 80011. Their telephone number is 303-326-2200 or their website is http://admissions.aurorak12.org/. You may want to call first or look at the website to make sure you bring all the necessary documentation, to avoid more than one trip.
Rangeview High School can change the following information:
Starting Wednesday, July 22, 2015, you may call Rangeview High School at 303-695-6848 if you need to change your telephone number(s) or e-mail address
Senior Jackie McBride verbally commits to the University of Wyoming to play Volleyball. To see complete article for the Aurora Sentinel - Click here.
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.
June / July 2015 Alumni Spotlight
Lynn’s journey to find her passion: Individually making a change in the world.
“You know that girl in high school that’ does everything? That was me!” said Lynn (Gorham) Clark. This class of 1987 graduate found her passion at Rangeview and has been chasing her passions ever since. She vividly remembers that it was with balloons flying high and the elevated anticipation and hopes of students, staff and the Aurora community that the doors of Rangeview High School opened in the fall of 1983. Clark was among the first students to enter into the Rangeview doors and she vibrantly recreates the moment in her mind when she walked into the brand new school, wearing her brand new Poms uniform, while being surrounded by all of her friends as they embarked on their high school journey. Rangeview High School ‘it was so beautiful and fancy’ said Clark. Continue reading →
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!