Parent – Teacher Conferences
Parent – Teacher Conferences
Posted 2 days ago

Parents, Guardians, and Students:Parent/Teacher Conferences has been changed to Wednesday, September 7, 2016,  from 4:30pm to 8:00pm.  We hope to see you all there.

Parent – Teacher Conferences
National Honor Society Applications
National Honor Society Applications
Posted 5 days ago

NHS meets on the second Tuesday of each month.  Applications are available the first of September, and due by October 20th after fall break. See Mr. Siebenthal for any questions or visit for applications. For complete details about the…

National Honor Society Applications
Band Marches Towards The Season
Band Marches Towards The Season
Posted 2 weeks ago

Mr. Trey Tafoya is Marching the Band towards a great season. Ms. Sam Westerdale manages the flag corps and assisting them is Jon Lesher. We look forward to seeing their hard work at assemblies and sporting events.

Band Marches Towards The Season
Curtis Cotton Memorial 3-on-3 Tournament
Curtis Cotton Memorial 3-on-3 Tournament
Posted 3 weeks ago

September 3, 2016Starts at 9 AMCotton 2016 Registration-Form

Curtis Cotton Memorial 3-on-3 Tournament
Strouse Honored by Boettcher Foundation
Strouse Honored by Boettcher Foundation
Posted 3 weeks ago

Tammy Strouse was honored by the Boettcher Foundation as an Outstanding Teacher. Tammy was nominated by Boettcher Scholarship winner Alexis Wall. For complete story from Boettcher Foundation - click here

Strouse Honored by Boettcher Foundation

SLO Days

We will be having SLO Days (Student Learning Outcome) throughout the year to assess the learning outcomes we should expect from our students. Listed below are the SLO Day dates; during the SLO Days for each listed department one grade level will meet with their counselors in place of attending their class in that department.  Entire departments will meet on these days to reflect upon and improve their instruction. Students not meeting with counselors will have an off period in place of that subject’s class, and will need to be in the Commons or Media Center. Signs will be posted telling students which rooms to report to on their assigned days.

* Student assistants will have their supervising teacher’s SLO day as an off period*

SLO Day’s Calendar 2016 - 17


Dept SLO

Student Advisory

Thurs. Aug 18

Business / Journalism /
STEM /World Languages


Fri. Aug 19

Math/ESS Support

9th Grade

Tues Aug 23

Social Studies

10th Grade

Wed Aug 24

Art/Perf Arts


Thurs Aug 25

English/ESS Support

12th Grade

Fri Aug 26

Physical Education


Tues Aug 30


11th Grade

Thurs Sept 1

Special Service Providers


6:30 AM Class?

LINK Crew is a national organization that dedicates upperclass mentors to helping freshmen transition to the high school environment. From Freshmen Orientation and Back to School Night to monthly support lessons and consistent communication, the Link Leaders help to provide guidance and leadership all year to the freshmen. Meeting before school at 6:30am, this group of 85 energetic and positive role models also help connect in the community by helping tutor at Vassar Elementary, Century Elementary, provide school tours of RHS, assist with open house events at the middle schools, and facilitate our "Man Up" and "Girl Rising" community workshops. They have nominated and chosen by select teachers to be the best role models at RHS, year in and year out.

LINK Sponsor - Ryan Sladek

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ID Notice for 2016-2017

Students and Parents,

Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year students cannot enter Rangeview High School without showing their student ID to a staff member. There are no exceptions to this rule, students must show their student ID to enter Rangeview High School. This measure is essential in order to keep our students and staff safe from outsiders who do not belong in the building. In addition to entering the building, students must have their ID to make purchases, use passes, check out materials, and more.

Community College Placement Test (CCPT)

Community College Placement Test (CCPT)

for Concurrent Enrollment classes

Community College Placement Test (CCPT)

for Concurrent Enrollment classes

Thursday, August 18, 2016

3:30 P.M. in Room 226

Sign up closes August 7, 2016, or when registrations reach 35 students.


Students must sign up online by the deadline. If the registration is closed then students must wait for the next test date.

  1. Visit the RHS website, “COUNSELING” “CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT”  “Community College Placement Test” “Sign Up for CCPT” - Click here to sign up!
  2. Must bring RHS ID card or other picture id.
  3. CCPT Studyguide, on the CCPT dropdown, is a recommended study guide before test. 
  4. Please see your counselor with any questions.

Apply for Free & Reduced Lunches

The fastest way to apply for Free or Reduced price meals. Applying for meal benefits is quick, easy, and secure - CLICK HERE.

What you will need to provide during the application process:
  • Names and incomes of every Aurora Public Schools student.
  • Names and incomes of every member of your household.
  • The last four digits of your social security number.
  • SNAP case number if you have one.
  • (Optional) A valid email address or phone number for district communication.

If you do not have an email address, you can sign up for a free email address at any of the following free services: Google Gmail, Yahoo Mail, or Microsoft Hot-mail/Live Mail
NO FEES! Available 24/7 for your convenience.
We will begin accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year on July 7, 2016.
Paper applications are still available at your school for your convenience.

Final Online Flyer Edited

Online Spanish Meal Application



Monday, August 8th    

  • 5:15 p.m.                                 Family BBQ               Commons
  • 5:40 p.m.                                CoE Meeting             Theatre   (CoE Members Only)
  • 6:00 p.m.                                Principal’s Address       Large Gym


B2S Night Program

Walk through your student’s schedule and listen to informational presentations by their teachers.

(7 minute classes and 7 minute passing periods)

  •  6:27 p.m.                                1st period                    Academic Area
  • 6:41 p.m.                                 2nd period                   Academic Area
  • 6:55 p.m.                                3rd period                   Academic Area
  • 7:09 p.m.                                4th period                   Academic Area
  •  7:23 p.m.                                 5th period                   Academic Area
  • 7:37 p.m.                                 6th period                   Academic Area
  •  7:51 p.m.                                 7th period                   Academic Area