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!
Prom – Sat., April 27 – 8:00-11:00 pm
At the Tivoli Center – 900 Auraria Parkway, Denver
After Prom – Sun., April 28 – 12:30-4:00 am
At Dave & Busters – 2000 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver
Tickets are $55 in advance and may be purchased from the bookkeeper before and after school and during lunches. Price includes admission to Prom and After Prom.
Prom tickets may be purchased at the door for $75.
After Prom tickets are not available at the door.
The registration packets are here for any student who is interested in taking a class at the Community College of Aurora (CCA). If you’ve taken a class before, make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss your academic plan and to select classes for the fall semester.
If you’re interested in taking a class at CCA for the first time, drop by the counseling office to pick up the step by step instructions on how to get the process started.
Don’t procrastinate! This must be completed by early April.
Why am I receiving a bill from CCA for Concurrent Enrollment classes?
Community College of Aurora is part of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) where student bills are generated. Since CCA does not produce and mail the invoices, it is difficult know exactly when CCCS is going to send the bills or if they are sending them for the Concurrent Enrollment students. Most likely you will continue to receive bills from CCA as long as you have a student taking college courses either at Rangeview or at CCA. For the most part the bills can be ignored and are not the responsibility of the student because the school district has agreed to pay for this tuition. Students are responsible for signing up for the College Opportunity Fund (COF). If a student does not, parents will be responsible for this portion.
The Aurora Public Schools Education Foundation is happy to announce that the college scholarship process is now open. All eligible APS rising seniors are now able to apply to one or all of our 25 scholarships ranging from $500 to $4000. The common application for all scholarships is now available online at www.Educateaurora.com. The process will close on March 29th. Please make all eligible applicants aware to take advantage of this opportunity that our generous donors have provided.
Aurora Public Schools Foundation
15701 E. First Avenue, Suite 206
Aurora, CO 80011
Juniors and Seniors:
Applications for Pickens Technical College are now available either in the RHS Counseling Department or posted below this message. It is highly recommended that you and your parent/guardian(s)attend the Open House at Pickens on February 13, 2013 from 3:30-6:00 PM. Students who attend this open house are given priority status. Please keep in mind that many of the programs at Pickens are quite popular and there is NO GUARANTEE that you will be accepted. Applications are due back to the RHS Counseling Department no later than March 1, 2013.