2nd Annual Sweater Weather Run
2nd Annual Sweater Weather Run
Posted 1 day ago

This event is hosted by Rangeview High School's Student Leadership. Our job is to create a fun day of play for families and individuals, as well as support a great cause or organization. By registering for the run this year,…

2nd Annual Sweater Weather Run
DECA Qualifies for State
DECA Qualifies for State
Posted 2 days ago

Rangeview DECA shines at district competition. We had 24 students compete in a variety of individual and team role-playing events.  The following students qualified for the State Leadership Conference at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs and will attend in…

DECA Qualifies for State
Senior / Graduation Information
Senior / Graduation Information
Posted 2 weeks ago

Seniors: Click here & Bookmark the Senior / Graduation Information page for all important information for this year. The first of many announcements will be housed there during the year. The first is Important Dates for Herff-Jones.
Important Dates for Herff-Jones

November 12,…

Senior / Graduation Information
Denver Urban Debate League Competition
Denver Urban Debate League Competition
Posted 4 weeks ago

Saturday, October 24, 2015 at Rangeview High School the Denver Urban Debate League held its season opener. The competition contained students from 11 different schools, totaling 102 students. Rangeview had 17 participants compete and all of them received a medal in their…

Denver Urban Debate League Competition
Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent Enrollment & CCA Classes
Posted 2 months ago

It’s time to register for Spring classes on the CCA Campus!
Schedule an appointment to see your RHS counselor to pick up the packet of information and to learn how to sign-up for a class.
Registration at CCA begins in November so…

Concurrent Enrollment & CCA Classes


  • Crackdown on parking permits!  The grace period is over for parking warnings.  As of November 30, 2015,  students parking in the Rangeview parking lot without a parking pass will receive a $40.00 ticket. Parking passes are currently available from the bookkeeper for $15.00. Any questions see dean Anderson.
  • Students who eat breakfast at Rangeview: Students, PLEASE REMEMBER, it is a REQUIREMENT for each student getting breakfast or lunch in the cafeteria that they MUST take a fruit or vegetable.  According to the Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004, Mrs. Obama signed it stating that this is a requirement for all students to take a fruit or vegetable.  If you CHOOSE not to take the fruit or vegetable, you will be charged your lunch as an ala carte purchase; therefore, if you have free or reduced lunch, you will be required to pay.”
  • Seniors…don’t forget that you need to allow at least five business days for transcript requests to be processed.  If you are asking someone to write you a letter of recommendation, please allow at least two weeks for them to complete your letter.
  • World Language Café: Tuesdays in Room 134 from 3:30 to 4:30. If you need individual help on homework, one-one tutoring, or you need to make up a test or quiz, we want to see you there. You can bring snacks and all your questions. Come get help! NHS members, and other students in advanced language classes, you are welcome to earn community service hours tutoring other students during this time. 
  • Cooking Club: The Rangeview Cooking Club will not be officially meeting until after Christmas break! Mrs. Conner and Mrs. White will hold another informational meeting on Wednesday, December 16th, right after school.
  • Unified Sports Team:  Unified sports is an olympic initiative for students with and without disabilities to play competitive sports together. No tryouts necessary! Rangeview will have our FIRST EVER unified sports team this winter and will be playing basketball against other unified sports teams in APS and CCSD. See Ms. Warner in rm 222 or Ms. Wells in room 201 for more info and applications. Applications and info also in the business hallway, look for the UNIFIED SPORTS
  • GEAR UP Financial Aid Night - Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 6:00pm in the Post Grad Center, GEAR UP Seniors and their parents are encouraged to attend a Financial Aid Night, where they can learn about paying for college through financial aid and scholarships. They will receive information about the GEAR UP Scholarship and other scholarship resources. Most importantly, parents and students will learn step-by-step on how to fill out the FAFSA. There will also be a panel of college students who will share their experience on how to budget and manage money while in college. Come see Ms. Nguyen for any questions.
  • CCA ASCENT Meeting: Re-scheduled for Wednesday, December 9, 2015, 9:00 a.m. in the Post Graduate Center. All students interested in participating in ASCENT at the Community College of Aurora should attend this initial informational meeting.

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Naviance: Use Naviance daily to keep up with your information and preparation for secondary and  post-secondary opportunities.  

Get easy to access and up-to-date RHS sports scores, news and stories on Twitter following @RangeviewReview and online at http://rangeviewraiders.info/

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Future Center

In partnership with the Aurora Education Foundation and a grant awarded from the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, I am excited to introduce Betty Gessesse as our new Future Center Coordinator.  Betty graduated from Rangeview High School in 2009, she then earned her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2014. Betty has worked at Rangeview the past two years as one of our progress monitors.  Her work, in collaboration with our counseling staff, will center on maximizing post graduate opportunities for our students.  


Congratulations Volleyball

Congratulations to Kelsie Hurtdo and Jackie McBride for being selected to play in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports 5A All-State Match. Both girls gave Rangeview a spark this year to win the EMAC championship but came up a little short in the state playoffs. Next year Jacki will take her talents north to Laramie and play for the University of Wyoming Cowboys in the Mountain West Conference. The game is scheduled for 3 PM on Sunday November 29, 2015 at Arvada West High School. Click here to read full story from the Aurora Sentinel.

Rangeview High School seniors Kelsie Hurtado, left, and Jackie McBride both were selected to play in the CCGS 5A All-State Game after helping the Raiders to an 18-7 record and the EMAC championship. (Photo by Sara Hertwig/Aurora Sentinel)

Rangeview High School seniors Kelsie Hurtado, left, and Jackie McBride both were selected to play in the CCGS 5A All-State Game after helping the Raiders to an 18-7 record and the EMAC championship. (Photo by Sara Hertwig/Aurora Sentinel)

Winter Sports – 2015-2016

Winter Sports Practice Begin November 12, 2015

2015-2016 Athletic Information

All Paperwork must be in prior to the first practice.

To play sports at Rangeview High School you must have on file in the athletic office:

Athletic Registration Packet:

  • *One current copy for the entire current school year. Athletic forms must be updated yearly while your student-athlete is participating in athletics.
  • *Athletic registration paperwork can be found and printed off of the Athletics/Activities page on the Rangeview High School website: http://rangeview.aurorak12.org

Current Physical during your athletic season(s):

  • Athletic physicals may be performed by your family physician. You may also take advantage of athletic physicals offered at Rangeview High School or at the APS district sponsored physicals held at one of our sister high schools at the beginning of the school year. Information on physical dates will be available in the summer information mailer. Please look for these dates and locations.

Participation Fee:

  • *The cost to play a sport at Rangeview High School is $60.00 per sport and must be paid before the first contest.
  • Below is the information packets for Athletics for 2014. Additional information about physicals for athletics are listed as well for your convenience.
  • Athletic paperwork 2015-16 complete packet

Accuplacer Testing Sign Up

Accuplacer workbook 

Click here to sign up for Accuplacer testing December 2, 2015.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Report at 3:30 p.m.

Assessment Lab - Room 133

  1. Students must bring their Community College of Aurora (CCA) S# and RHS ID card before they will be allowed to test. They will be turned away without these.
  1. To sign up, visit the RHS websiteCounseling dropdown and then Accuplacer. All students must sign up online.
  1. The sign up will be closed after the first 40 students or  November 27, 2015.
  1. Please see your counselor with any questions.
  2. Bring RHS ID and pencil

The next Accuplacer Testing will be held on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, at 3:30 p.m. You must register electronically on the Rangeview website. All students are required to have a Community College of Aurora (CCA) student identification number(S#) to sign up.

If you have not applied to CCA and would like to acquire an S#, go to: http://www.ccaurora.edu/

There is no “walk-in” availability.

All students must be pre-registered online.


S.O.S. Prevention Program

The adolescent years are marked by a roller-coaster ride of emotions for youth, their parents and educators. It is easy to misread depression as normal adolescent turmoil. However, depression appears to be occurring at a much earlier age. Depression, which is treatable, is a leading risk factor for suicide. In addition, self-injury has become a growing problem among youth.

To proactively address these issues, Rangeview High School is offering depression awareness and suicide prevention training as part of the Signs of Suicide (S.O.S.) Prevention Program. The program has proven to be successful by increasing the number of students who seek help. These students may be concerned about themselves or a friend. This is the only school-based suicide prevention program listed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Our goals in participating in the program are straightforward:

  • To help our students understand that depression is a treatable illness
  • To explain that suicide is a preventable tragedy that often occurs as a result of untreated depression
  • To provide students training in how to identify serious depression and potential signs of suicide in themselves or a friend
  • To impress upon youth that they can help themselves or a friend by taking the simple step of talking to a responsible adult about their concerns
  • To help students know who in the school they can turn to for help, if they need it.

We will hold a parent training on September 30, 2015, in the Rangeview auditorium from 6:30-7:30 pm. This is to allow parents to preview the video and training that will be shown to current freshmen. Their training will occur the week of November 9-13, 2015.

If you do NOT want your child to participate in the S.O.S. program, please sign and return this letter to Mrs. Knower, Counseling secretary in the Rangeview High School Counseling Department by Friday, October 23, 2015.

Counseling SOS Training Letter

Counseling SOS Training Letter in Spanish