Craft Show Information

The annual Rangeview High School Craft Show is just around the corner!  November 17th, from 9:00am to 3:00pm, please come join us for wonderful holiday shopping ideas from more than 130 Crafters and Vendors.  If you are interested in renting booth space to sell your treasurers, please see the application below for more information.  All proceeds from the booth sales go to the Rangeview's Annual Scholarship Fund and our Junior/Senior After Prom.  Please feel free to email Anne Wolfe at for questions regarding availability and vendor information.  
Thank you for supporting Rangeview's Scholarship Fund and After Prom!

Boys Cross Country Wins EMAC

Boys Varsity won the meet for the second year in a row! Luke Sundberg placing 1st, Ryan Slocum in 4th, Aser Albachew in 7th, Alex Woldetatyos in 11th and Nick Provancal in 12th. 

Girls Varsity had a great race placing 6th out of 11 teams with Chloe Wetzel placing 12th and Caroline Smith in 19th!

Boys and girls JV teams also had strong races with Ricky Hurtado winning the boys JV race, Nick Pantuliano in 2nd, Cole Hoppell in 3rd Nathan Wetzel in 6th, Andrew Coleman in 8th, Keenan Litsey in 10th, and Nick Mather in 14th! 

Academic Dishonesty Policy

At Rangeview High School, we strive to produce productive citizens who ground themselves in integrity. Often, this trait begins to develop throughout your schooling experience- specifically as it relates to academic integrity. As a parent or guardian, you can help support your student in maintaining their academic integrity by first having a conversation with them about what it looks like and some of the consequences that could result from being academically dishonest. Below is Rangeview High School's Academic Dishonesty Policy.