Back-to-School Kickoff
Back-to-School Kickoff
Posted 1 day ago

Saturday, August 8, 201510:00am - 12:30pmTown Center at Aurora14200 E. Alameda AveAurora. CO 80012
Back-to-School Kickoff 2015
Low or No Cost immunizations Available10:00am -12:30pm2 months- 18 yearsPlease bring shot recordsBackpack giveaway for students attending Aurora Public Schools only,while supplies last.Meet school staff,…

Back-to-School Kickoff
New Baseball Coach
New Baseball Coach
Posted 2 weeks ago

Rangeview High School is proud to announce the new head Baseball. Brian Gausman will take over for Mike Hamilton who has served RHS on the Baseball staff for 17 years and the last 15 as the head coach. Brian brings a strong…

New Baseball Coach
Freshmen Summer Reading Program
Freshmen Summer Reading Program
Posted 4 weeks ago

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…

Rangeview Mobile App
Rangeview Mobile App
Posted 2 months ago

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 Mobile App
STEM Summer Camp
STEM Summer Camp
Posted 2 months ago

July 13 - July 17, 2015
2015 STEM_Brochure
 
Registration Web Site - click here
Course Descriptions

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…

STEM Summer Camp
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Check-in for 2015 – 2016

Dear Students and Parents:

We hope you are having an enjoyable summer and that you are also looking forward to the 2015-16 school year.

This letter includes information about the check-in schedule.  You should be receiving a check-in summer mailer in the next couple of weeks.  There is information within the envelope that you will need to complete the check-in process.  If you have not received your information by July 18th, please call the school for further information.  There is important communication located on our website.  Please click the appropriate links below for all registration information, before your check-in day. 

July Check-In

All pre-registered students are required to check-in to confirm their continued enrollment at Rangeview High School.  Check-in has been scheduled for July 28, 29, 30, and 31.  Below is the check-in schedule.  Students may check-in after their designated time, but not before  

Students who are unable to check-in July 28, 29, 30 or 31 MUST call the school (303-695-6848) before 3 p.m. on July 31 or they will be dropped from the school database. Students who are dropped will need to re-enroll and re-register.

 

Date

Grade

6:30 – 9:30 am

9:30 – 1:00 pm

Tues., July 28

12th 

A – L

M – Z

Wed., July 29

11th

A – L

M – Z

Thurs., July 30

10th

A – L

M – Z

Fri., July 31

9th

A – L

M – Z

Household Demographics Changes for 2015-16

HOUSEHOLD DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES?

You must go to Central Admissions to change the following information:

  • Change of address
  • Change of name
  • Adding or deleting emergency contacts

Central Admissions is located at 1085 Peoria St., Aurora, CO 80011.  Their telephone number is 303-326-2200 or their website is http://admissions.aurorak12.org/.    You may want to call first or look at the website to make sure you bring all the necessary documentation, to avoid more than one trip.

Rangeview High School can change the following information:

  • Telephone numbers
  • E-mail addresses

Starting Wednesday, July 22, 2015, you may call Rangeview High School at 303-695-6848 if you need to change your telephone number(s) or e-mail address

Freshmen Summer Reading Program

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!

Freshman Summer Reading Program_post card_2015_2016

Freshman Summer Reading Program 2015 Personal Reflection Form_Non Fiction

Freshman Summer Reading Program 2015 Personal Reflection Form_ Fiction

Raider Review Award Winners!

Javon Harris, Lauren Arnold, Quaid Vincent

Javon Harris, Lauren Arnold, Quaid Vincent

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