STEM Summer Camp
STEM Summer Camp
Posted 7 days ago

July 13 - July 17, 2015
2015 STEM_Brochure
 
Registration Web Site - click here
Course Descriptions

Track 1. Clean Energy Technologies (Middle School)

Students will explore advanced engineering concepts in alternative energy, focused on the future of solar, wind, and hydrogen fuel cell technology. Students…

STEM Summer Camp
Rangeview’s Man Up –Defining Masculinity
Rangeview’s Man Up –Defining Masculinity
Posted 1 week ago

With the sound of voices filling the Professional Learning and Conference Center, the male student of Rangeview High Schools Freshman class embarked on an eye opening experience that many students describe as “life changing.” 
“Man Up is one of the most…

13 Annual Golf Tournament for Athletics
13th Annual Golf Tournament for Athletics
Posted 4 weeks ago

Support Rangeview Athletics at the 13th Annual
Rangeview High School
Golf Tournament
May 28,2015

7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start
at
Aurora Hills Golf Course
50 S. Peoria Street Aurora, Colorado 80012 
Foursome: $90/Player 
Cost includes:
Green Fees & Golf Cart ·
Lunch · 
Starter Bag · 
Chance to Win Door Prizes ·
There will be…

13th Annual Golf Tournament for Athletics
Summer Programs
Summer Programs
Posted 1 month ago

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…

Summer Programs
Senior / Graduation Information
Senior / Graduation Information
Posted 2 months ago

Senior Calendar of Events 2014-15

2015 Rangeview High School Graduation
Tuesday, May 19, 20159:00 AMRitchie Center2240 Buchtel Blvd.Denver, CO 80210
Seniors, please be at the Ritchie Center no later than 8:00 AM

Cap and Gown Information
Seniors -  The year will be over before you…

Senior / Graduation Information
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Academic Awards 2015

Photos courtesy of Jewelanne Stewart and the Raider Review

for a full listing og the award winners.  Continue reading →

AP Test Schedule 2015

Advanced Placement Exam Schedule

May 4 – 15, 2015

 Date

 Report time

 Exam

 Location

 Mon., May 4

 7:00 a.m.

 Chemistry

 PLCC

 Tues., May 5

 7:00 a.m.

 Calculus AB

 CCA Forum

 Wed., May 6

 7:00 a.m.

 English Literature

 RHS Mobiles

Wed., May 6

11:30 a.m.

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

RHS Mobiles

 Thurs., May 7

 7:00 a.m.

 Spanish Language & Culture

 RHS Media Center

 Fri., May 8

 7:00 a.m.

 United States History

 CCA Forum

 

 TBA

 Studio Art

 RHS Art classrooms

       

 Mon., May 11

 7:00 a.m.

 Biology

 CCA Forum

Tues., May 12

 7:00 a.m.

 US Government and Politics

 CCA 207A&B

 Wed., May 13

 7:00 a.m.

English Language and Composition

 CCA Forum & PLCC

 Fri., May 15

 7:00 a.m.

 Human Geography

 CCA Forum

AP exam schedule 2015

Students must be prompt.  They will not be allowed into the testing room once the exam has begun.  If a student will not be at the exam, please email kmhirsch@aps.k12.co.us a.s.a.p.

Students should bring #2 pencils, blue or black ball point pens, a picture I.D., and calculators with extra batteries (for those exams that require a calculator).

Proctors will not have calculators to loan to students.

Senioritis vs. Arthritis

4th Annual Arthritis vs. Senioritis Thursday, May 6, 2015 at  7:00 PM 

The staff versus student will be Wednesday, May 6th at 7:00 PM.  All proceeds go to “Rangeview Special  Needs Faculty Foundation.”  Entry fee is $3 total. $2 goes to The RHS Special Needs Foundation and $1 Half-time drawing. 

Top Ten for 2015

Rangeview’s Man Up –Defining Masculinity

With the sound of voices filling the Professional Learning and Conference Center, the male student of Rangeview High Schools Freshman class embarked on an eye opening experience that many students describe as “life changing.” 

“Man Up is one of the most destructive phrases in this culture” said Former NFL player Joe Ehrmann in the documentary as he talked about the struggles of young men during this day and age.

The Man Up event was held on April 23, 2015 and the nearly 300 male students to redefine what it means to ‘Man Up.’ While at this events students heard a keynote from Superintendent Rico Munn before watching excerpts of the documentary “The Mask You Live In.” Munn spoke on being able to define manhood personally. He then explained that students first must answer two questions: where are you going? and whose going with you? He wanted to give students to understand that masculinity must be redefined and the individuality of each student must shine through.

“The purpose of this is to redefine what ‘Man up’ means, students need to know what it means to be an upstanding man” said Social Studies teacher Ryan Sladek.

After watching excerpts of the documentary students engaged in discussions about their beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions about the content of the film and their own experiences with defining their masculinity. After the film ended students had the opportunity to provide feedback about what they had experienced.

One student proclaimed to all in attendance “We have to try and change this generation.”

The success of this event was evident and student, administrators, teachers and parents have been singing its praises. Rangeview plans to make this an annual event, and be able to model this event for other schools.

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State FBLA 2015

Congratulations to Rangeview’s FBLA chapter for their hard work and earned success at the Colorado State Leadership Conference.  Of the 24 students who qualified to compete at the state level, nine students placed first in their events and six students placed fourth.  Ten students are national qualifiers and are invited to compete this summer in Chicago at the National Leadership Conference.   Congratulations to the following students:

First place winners:

Elvis Ahn, Mikias Negussie, Raymond Simanjuntak placing first in the Marketing competition

Heaven Irwin, Sierra Miller, and Maria Flores placing first in the Business Ethics competition

Abel Negussie, Brayan Melendez, and Jorion Marshall placing first in the Social Media Campaign competition

Fourth place winners:

Esther Nyugen, Miriam Nsubuga, Tzigane Martin, Cassie Kochman, and Cynthia Corral placing fourth in Parliamentary Procedure

Andres Marquez placing first in Intro to Parliamentary Procedure

Also, congratulations to Alex Tizon who ran and was elected as the FBLA State Vice President representing District 10.

State FBLA 2015

State FBLA 2015

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