The fall sports season is underway and we need everyone's support. Come out to a game. Fall sports include: Softball, Football, Cross Country, Boys Tennis, Boys Soccer, Boys Golf, & Volleyball. We want to acknowledge our Cheerleading & Pom teams…
Students are able to access Infinite Campus through the following link: https://sis.aps.k12.co.us/campus/portal/aurora.jsp
The Username and Password are: student number and initials + birth date (DDMMYY)
Example: Brice Clark who was born on February 29, 2000
Students can access his / her Google…
The Class of 2019 has made their commitment to themselves and to the Rangeview Community. With their sights set on achieving greatness each member of the freshman class signed a banner indicating their commitment to excellence and commitment to graduating…
Nutrition Services at Rangeview is expanding the offerings to staff and students. We are expanding the variety and providing an opportunity to pre-order lunch. Below are the new choices and links to the ordering page:
Grab & Go - Snacks and the pre-made…
Rangeview is pleased to announce its Mobile App has been released! The app is now available in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store, just search for “Rangeview High School” or click the link below. Please take…
Rangeview is an exciting and diverse community. We are fortunate to have over 30 clubs and and over 20 Varsity sports. Below are some recent announcements about our athletics and activities.
The Creative Careers Club is looking for both female and male students (females are strongly encouraged to apply) to take part in an internship program with Butterflyy Teen magazine. Butterflyy Teen magazine was created to help girls celebrate who they are in all of their uniqueness and to empower them to strive to be their best self everyday. Students involved in the internship would have the opportunity to receive real world experience working in magazine development and online publication. Student responsibilities include assisting with marketing/advertising campaigns, updating social media, creating graphic design projects, photography, writing, and more. If you are interested please come to a brief informational meeting at 3:25pm in Room 225 on Wednesday September 2nd. Please see Mr. Thomas in Room 225 for any questions. ButterFlyy Teen Magazine 2015 Internship Announcement
The RHS Theatre, Yearbook, and Student Leadership Classes are piloting a college schedule during the 2015-16 school year. In order to make sure that students get the required number of hours to get CDE credit they must use a combination of lab time and in-class time. Due to the number of class time conflicts during the month of September, a calendar of actual meeting dates has been provided to each student, posted on the classroom doors, posted on the school website, and made available to all front office staff. All days listed on the calendar will count as student attendance days.
On August 27, 2015, the Rangeview Varsity Cheerleading squad stepped beyond the school walls and cheered on a much larger platform. The varsity team had the thrilling opportunity to be included in a promotional video for pop music sensation Taylor Swift at Alice 105.9. The team along with the coaches Lillie K. Dean-Hoy and Betty Gessesse made their way to the Alice 105.9 Studios in Denver, and there they toured the studio and filmed the project. Congratulations on this great opportunity Raiders!
It is time to start thinking about your future. On September 9th, 9-11th graders will be testing at Rangeview and seniors are expected to use this day to start planning for your future. We encourage seniors to plan a college visit on this day. This can be done by visiting the website of a college you are interested in attending. Every college posts information about how "prospective undergraduate students" can visit. Some require an appointment, some have set visit times and others allow walk-ins. If you need help doing this, see Mrs. Atencio in the Post-Grad Center during your off hour on a PWR Wednesday.
RHS will be hosting a bus for two different college visits on September 9th. One bus will be going to CU in Colorado Springs (UCCS) and the other is going to the Auraria Campus, home to CU Denver, Metropolitan State University and the Community College of Denver. Space is limited for both of these field trips, so students who turn in their permission slips first will get to go. Students are required to bring their own lunch for these trips. Permission slips can be found in the Counseling Office. All students will also receive an e-mail with the permission slip attached.
If you would rather use this day to explore careers, there are great tools to explore in Naviance. You may want to take a personality test or complete the Career Cluster Finder or the Career Interest Profiler. Naviance is loaded with valuable resources and information.
Students may also use this day to do a job shadow. This is set up by you. If you are interested in a particular career, ask your family, friends and neighbors of they know someone who you could shadow for the day or for a few hours.
There are no classes for seniors at Rangeview on September 9th, but students who have classes at Pickens Technical College are expected to attend your class at Pickens that day.
Your future looks bright!!! Use this day wisely.
It is time to start thinking about your future. On September 9th, 9-11th graders will be testing at Rangeview and seniors are expected to use this day to start planning for your future. We encourage seniors to plan a college visit on this day.
9th Grade ASPIRE
10th Grade Aspire
11th Grade ACT
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This year Principal Fay has addressed staff, students and parents about the importance of development. As school leaders and staff become more developed it helps them to further assist and develop students to reach their potential, exceed expectations and fulfill the purpose of Rangeview High School. It is this thinking that supports the professional development that the RHS staff does every Wednesday morning.
Though students have not yet arrived, the teaching and learning still continues throughout the building. Teachers step back into the classroom and ask themselves ‘How can I become a better educator?’ They gather into various groups for instruction on both a school and district level to further develop their knowledge and skillsets within their field.
Workshops and other formally related meetings are also part of the professional development experience and can include individual projects, classes and ventures that teachers undertake. Rangeview’s professional development encourages it’s staff to examine, challenge and better their abilities and roles as educators, because when our teachers are well-developed our student will continue to thrive.