Take a look at the new Rangeview Raiders Athletic web site. Get all of your Raider Sports information here, including the recent State Track & Field results.
Josh Schumacher has been named EMAC Baseball Player of the Year. Josh had a .511 batting average with 38 hits, 34 RBI's and 3 home runs. Josh will play for Kansas City Community College next year. Congratulations Josh!
As students found their way into the Rangeview High School small gym, they never would have imagined that they were making a contribution to a 30 year legacy of Rangeview students who have donated blood and saved lives. Rangeview Principal…
Parent Newsletter - MAY 2016
APS Google Login Please access, download, and read over the following help sheets to better understand the login convention and also, for teachers, to learn how to access your student’s new credentials and make class rosters.New APS Google Staff Login Procedure (Teachers)New…
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 opportunities, to athletic programs. Many Athletic programs have summer programs designed specifically for incoming freshmen.
TRI-M Honor Chord- Recognition for an inducted fully active TRI-M member who meets the minimum requirements of 2.75 cumulative GPA, 3.0 Music GPA, 40 Hours of Community Service for year 1, 30 Hours of Community Service for year 2, 20 Hours of Community Service for year 3, 10 Hours of Community Service for year 4 and to be an active member of the group and has turned in the form by the listed date.
Congratulations to Rangeview High School Social Studies teacher Stephanie Walsh for earning the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) “Outstanding Teacher” award for Colorado. The recognition honors Walsh’s teaching accomplishments and philosophy. - See more at: http://aurorak12.org/2016/05/03/stephanie-walsh/#sthash.bZtJNold.dpuf
Two Rangeview seniors were honored at the Metropolitan Mayors and Youth Commissioner's Awards
Congratulations to Roxana Valencia and Juansa Luster for being recognized as outstanding students who have overcome major obstacles in life. The MMYC awards are designed to honor youth who have excelled and give back to their school and community, despite the challenges they have faced in life. Twenty four students were recognized across Arapahoe County. Six of the students were from APS.
Rangeview’s very own Alexis Wall has been announced at the recipient of the prestigious Boettcher Scholarship! Wall is an exemplary student who has been vigilant in completing the rigorous application and interview process for the scholarship. The competition for the four-year scholarship is great and the Boettcher Foundation is intentional in seeking out excellent students. This year nearly 1,600 students applied for the 40 available scholarships, which makes Walls’ accomplishment all the more sweet.
As an excelling student Wall is an exemplary member of the Rangeview student body, achieving high marks in her classes, maintaining a high GPA , participating in various Rangeview clubs and activities and being a member of the RHS Class of 2016 Top-Ten students. Wall is well respected throughout the halls of Rangeview and out and about within the Aurora community.
This is one of the reasons the Boettcher Foundation selected her because the foundation designed its scholarship program to help “Colorado’s best minds to stay in Colorado.” Its goal is to support Colorado’s top students by providing them with scholarships to attain an excellent in-state education, and to provide them with a vast network of alumni, community leaders and resources to enrich their college and life experience.
Rangeview wishes Alexis the best of luck and encourages her to hold tight to her commitment to excellence as she prepares for graduation and on into her pursuit of a higher education.
With a gymnasium filled with student, parents, friends and grandparents, four Rangeview students were recognized by City of Aurora officials through its Aurora Scholars Program on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at Smoky Hill High School. The four Rangeview students were nominated for the honor by one of their teachers who observed them to be high-achieving and exemplary students within the Aurora community.
The Aurora Scholars program was founded by former Aurora City Councilman Larry Beer, who wanted to honor Aurora’s high-achieving students in Aurora Public Schools, Cherry Creek Public Schools and Aurora’s private and parochial schools.
One student from each grade level was selected from each elementary, middle and high school in Aurora, and Rangeview is proud to announce its honorees for 2016.
Congratulations to Raider Athletes for signing with schools to continue their athletic careers.
Congratulations to the two State Level winners for the National Center for Women & Information Technology Aspirations Awards. Ronniesha Samuels-Lawrence and Michelle Hulongbayan received their awards at the annual ceremony April 24, 2016. Aspirations in Computing is a talent development pipeline initiative of the National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) designed to increase women's meaningful participation in computing careers by providing encouragement, visibility, community, leadership opportunities, scholarships, and internships to high potential technically inclined young women. Aspirations in Computing is the only national level talent development program for young women in computing and information technology. Good luck to both ladies as they attend college next year.
Mr. Mills , Ronniesha, & Michelle
Congratulations to Hyun Ho Timothy Chang for advancing in his application process for the National Merit Scholarship Program. If he is announced as a finalist in the fall of 2016, he will be eligible to receive thousands of dollars in scholarships from elite universities across the nation. We are so proud of you and wish you the best Timothy!
Congratulations FBLA for knocking their state competition out of the ballpark with a total of 15 NATIONAL Qualifiers! The following students competed and qualified to progress to the National competition in Atlanta, Georgia this summer:
Also: Congratulations to the following teams for placing 5th in the state:
Finally, Congratulations to Ms. Cynthia Corral for being elected as the new Colorado FBLA State Vice President!!!