RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT
RHS will be accepting open enrollment applications for the 2015-2016 school year.. A completed application must be returned, in person to the Rangeview Main Office and include the following:
The completed application form, Intra-District for those living…
July 13 - July 17, 2015
Registration Web Site - click here
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…
Support Rangeview Athletics at the 13th Annual
Rangeview High School
7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start
Aurora Hills Golf Course
50 S. Peoria Street Aurora, Colorado 80012
Green Fees & Golf Cart ·
Starter Bag ·
Chance to Win Door Prizes ·
There will be…
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…
Connect with Rangeview Online
We are striving to communicate with our students, parents, and community more efficiently. We are taking steps to provide more access to information via our website and social media. We want to make every effort so that…
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 time to download the App and stay connected with the Rangeview Community!
Congratulations to all of the Rangeview Academy Students who will be graduating and moving on to the next phase in life. We are proud of all of you!
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!
The Raider Review student newspaper and website was recognized by the Colorado High School Press Association (CHSPA) this week, taking home five "Best of Colorado" awards. Competing against every other school in the state with an enrollment of more than 1,700, the Review’s co-editor in chief, Lauren Arnold, received 1st place in the In-Depth News Coverage category. Reporter Quaid Vincent took 2nd place in the Breaking Sports Coverage category and Review Sports Editor Javon Harris pulled in four awards for his writing, editing and photography. Harris, who will study journalism at Colorado State University, took home 1st place for Sports Action Photo and Caption category and received an honorable mention for Sports Feature writing and placed 2nd for his Breaking Sports Coverage work. Read more about it on the Raider Review website: http://rangeviewraiders.info/?p=2245
May 2015 Alumni Spotlight
Theresa Daniel: She took Rangeview to Law School, and now she is back and ready to make and impact.
Theresa Daniel is a proud Class of 2005 graduate of Rangeview High School. Daniel, who is now a highly successful senior tax attorney at BlackFin IRS Solutions, knows that her journey to success was indeed a unique one. “I didn’t realize that everyone’s high school experience wasn’t like mine. When I went to college I learned that people didn’t receive that same kind of mentorship and encouragement as I did at Rangeview” Daniel said. It was the encouragement, mentorship and relationships that Daniel developed that she still carries with her today. Continue reading →
Photos courtesy of Jewelanne Stewart and the Raider Review
for a full listing og the award winners. Continue reading →
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.