Summer Programs
Summer Programs
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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…

Summer Programs
Run For The Hills – Event
Run For The Hills – Event
Posted 1 week ago

To honor the legacy of Murphy Creek’s first counselor, Ms. Sherry Hill, the staff and parent teacher organization of Murphy Creek P-8 are pleased to announce the first annual Sherry…

Run For The Hills – Event
Senior / Graduation Information
Senior / Graduation Information
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Senior Calendar of Events 2014-15

2015 Rangeview High School Graduation
Tuesday, May 19, 20159:00 AMRitchie Center2240 Buchtel Blvd.Denver, CO 80210
Seniors, please be at the Ritchie Center no later than 8:00 AM
Cap and…

Senior / Graduation Information
17th Annual EspeciallyMe™ Conference
17th Annual EspeciallyMe™ Conference
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This is the largest event held in Colorado that focuses on African American girls. Framed by the philosophy “The Price of Dignity,” and “The Standard of Excellence,” the EspeciallyMe™ Conference…

17th Annual EspeciallyMe™ Conference
ACT Preparation
ACT Preparation
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Rangeview Student Awarded Daniel’s Scholarship

Congratulations to Juwan Harris for his selection as a Daniels's Scholar!

Juwan Harris

Juwan Harris

Applying for the Daniels Scholarship Program is a competitive process with many qualified candidates. This year, we received over 2,000 applications. Our regional selection committees interviewed 458 finalists, of which, 239 were selected as Daniels Scholars.

Our founder, Bill Daniels, valued strength of character, leadership potential, contribution to community, academic performance and promise, and well-roundedness. These promising young people were chosen because they demonstrated these distinguishing qualities throughout the selection process.

 

National Merit Scholarship Winner

Rangeview Student Awarded National Scholarship!

Lauren Arnold

Lauren Arnold

Rangeview High School’s Lauren Arnold has been announced as a National Merit Scholarship winner!  After receiving news in January that she had reach the status of finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program, Arnold was still holding out against the 800 finalist to see if she would be awarded the esteemed scholarship.

In addition to being awarded the scholarship through this national program Arnolds name has been brought to the attention of nearly 1,500 four-year colleges and universities in the United States, and she has been referred as an outstanding student with potential for academic success.

Arnold is a motivated student, outstanding member of the Rangeview Community and has achieved a high ranking a as member of the RHS Class of 2015’s Top-Ten students. She is striving for excellence and is measurably delivering beyond expectation. Rangeview salutes Lauren Arnold, celebrates her accomplishments and offers it best wishes to her in all of her future endeavors.

Boettcher Finalist

Boettcher Foundation Awards Rangeview Student with Prized Scholarship

Anna Phan

Anna Phan

Rangeview’s very own Anna Phan who was announced as a finalist for the Boettcher Scholarship in February, has been selected as a recipient of the prestigious scholarship.  Phan has persevered through the rigorous application and interview process, and has prevailed as one of the students to receive a scholarship from the Boettcher Foundation this year.  The competition for these four-year awards is intense and intentional in seeking out excellent students.  This year nearly 1,600 students applied for the 40 available scholarships, which makes Phan’s accomplishment all the more sweet.

As an exceling student Phan has be 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 2015 Top-Ten students. Phan is the first Rangeview student to be awarded this scholarship in several years. Rangeview wishes the best of luck and encourages Anna to hold tight to her commitment to excellence as she prepares for graduation and on into her pursuit of a higher education.

New Lunch Options

The Rangeview Lunch Room is on a Roll!

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The Rangeview High School lunch room will be packaging up something new for students when they return from Spring Break. After all of the fun, activities and trips the staff of the Rangeview High School lunch room want to give their students the gift of newness and variety.  The lunch rooms “Sub Shop” will roll out on Monday March 30, 2015 and will offer students a new perspective on lunch.  

This this lunch room modification will convert two of the existing lunch serving lines and devoted them to serving made-to-order sub sandwiches, featuring its homemade sub rolls, wraps and salads.  The options and offerings will include oven roasted turkey breast, cooked in-house roast beef, ham, chicken breast or tuna, along with a host of fresh veggies and condiments to perfect students’ customized orders.

To add to the excitement students can pre-order their lunch daily before 10 a.m. and it will be ready to pick up at the start of lunch from the cashier.

This new addition to our lunch room will add taste of freshness and affordability to the menu for all students, and it is considered a reimbursable meal for students in the Free or Reduced lunch program.

Project Lead the Way

Rangeview’s STEM program and leading the way with Project Lead the way

Project Lead The Way is the nation's leading provider of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs. Through this world-class curriculum, high-quality teacher professional development, and outstanding partnerships and opportunities Rangeview students are excelling.  Through the Rangeview STEM program students are meeting and exceeding the national average in almost every class that Rangeview offer for the program. With only seven schools in the state of Colorado teaching this curriculum  Rangeview students are being pushed to higher standard and being measured among this country’s future engineers.

What is even more exciting is that classes are overflowing, which means that this program is a huge drawing for students. Bill Petry, a teacher in the Science department, said “We’re getting feedback from kids who have gone to college and they say they are getting A’s because the class was just a review of what they have been taught here.”

The program provides a head start for students who are looking to study engineering, and from their freshman year they are being taught principles of engineering that most students do not gain knowledge of until their first or second year of college. This program fully encompasses what it means to develop and prepare students for college and career.

PLTW Instructors:

Bill Petry
Tom Brown
Randy Mills
Sean Kassube

For complete information click here.

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