Black history month shows our strength as a nation and how strong we have been during the time of slavery, segregation, and racism. We as African Americans have been through a great deal and Black History Month shows how hard our…
On Thursday January 21, 2016 Rangeview Choir had the opportunity to have a special show from the ReMINDers. This is a part of a bigger program called the 303 project. This project is about introducing kids to local music and…
Has a Mobile Parent Portal App!!!
(You Must Have a Parent Portal Account to use it!)
Download the App at either:
The Apple App StoreOrThe Android “Google” Play Store
APS District ID # to use the App is:qwtpsd
You continue to use your…
2013 Rangeview graduate, Jada Boyd made a choice to pursue a medical career after being inspired by her brother. Jada is currently a student at Colorado State University doing cancer research. Read the full story on this remarkable student by clicking…
RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT
RHS will be accepting open enrollment applications for the 2016-2017 school year from January 15 to May 1. A completed application must be returned, in person to the Rangeview Main Office and include the following:
February 8, 2016
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
H & R Block will donate to Rangeview for everyone who takes the flyer below in with them to have their taxes done. Here is your chance to help RHS as you get your taxes done. Please print and take flyer in with you.
The registration process for next year will be different. This year current 9th-11th Graders will select their course sections (periods) and teachers. In order to accommodate this change the timeline for the registration process is changing. Following is a general timeline for the process.
During SLO/Advisory days the Course Request Window will open. On these days students will meet with their assigned counselors and enter course requests into Infinite Campus. This does not include the section (period) or teacher choices. Parents are encouraged to discuss requests. Adjustments to requests can be made until the Course Request Window closes.
** Changes may occur to a schedule if a student fails a course required for graduation and a substitution is needed.**
Registration for Current 8th Graders (Next year’s 9th Graders)
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
Congratulations to all of the National Letter of Intent Signing Day participants from Rangeview. We wish all of these student athletes well as they move the next level of competition and education.
Community College Placement Test (CCPT)
for Concurrent Enrollment classes
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
7:00 A.M. in Room 133
Sign up deadline for this test date is February 17, 2016, or when registrations reach 35 students.
“Redefining what ‘Man up’ means requires teaching students what it means to be an upstanding man” said Rangeview High School Social Studies teacher Ryan Sladek about the 2nd Annual Man Up Event. The event was held on February 28, 2016 for the 9th grade male students. This event took the students on an outing to challenge them to redefine what it means to ‘Man Up.’
While at this events students heard a keynote from Aurora West College Preparatory Academy’s Assistant Principal, Douglas Tucker, before watching excerpts of the documentary “The Mask You Live In.” Tucker shared with the students in attendance about his journey to manhood and how important is it to personally define manhood. Continue reading →
Congratulations to Nina Boimbo and Vincent Tran who earned high ranks in Moot court, which is a competition hosted at Colorado Law each year.
This event allows students to compete against their peers from other Colorado high schools in oral argument rounds judged by local lawyers and judges. These two promising scholars were in the top 6 finalists out of over students to compete in the competition. Nina placed first! Nina and Vincent will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in the National Marshall-Brennan Moot Court Competition, which features the top high school students from across the country. In addition to competing, students tour the nation's capital and interact with public officials. Well done Nina and Vincent, we are cheering for you; Go Raiders Go!!!
Congratulations to all who ran for office and the great work you will do next year. Click following link to see the complete list: