You only need to register an athlete once during a year. If the athlete has been added he does not need to be re-registered for additional sports. Click here to go to registration page.
Opportunities for Physicals - 2018 - 2019
1. July 24th, 25th, 26th @ Rangeview High School. 8:00am-12:00pm, Cost $25.00. Physicals will be held during three days of Registration. Athlete must bring completed "History" form and "Rangeview Physicals Parent Consent Form" if under 18 and parent DOES NOT attend. Click here for document.
2. August 4th @ Gateway High School. 8:00am-1:00pm. Cost $10.00. Must bring completed "History" form and "University of Colorado Parent Consent Form" if under 18 and parent DOES NOT attend. Click here for document
3. August 5th @ Rangeview High School. RANGEVIEW ATHLETES ONLY! 12:00pm-4:00pm. Cost $10.00 CASH. Must sign up in the Athletic Office byAugust 3rd. Call 303-326-1856 to reserve a space.
Please visit the Summer Programs for opportunities this summer. We will include school, employment, and community opportunities. Check back often as new opportunities come to us. Follow the link on the top navigation on the Rangeview Website.
Isabelle Medina is the youngest graduate of the Community College of Aurora in it's history. She got an Associates of Science in Psychology and plans on transferring to UCD. Click here to see her story on Channel 8 news.
In a recent Chalkbeat.org article, the Rangeview program of parent involvement through the African American Parent Committee was highlighted. To read the complete article click here.
Samantha Westerdale - Social Studies
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation Announces 2018 James Madison Fellows
Sam Westerdale from Rangeview is chosen as the 2018 Madison Fellow from Colorado
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Alexandria, Virgina announced today that it has selected 52 James Madison Fellows for 2018 in its twenty-seventh annual fellowship competition. James Madison Fellowships support the graduate study of American history by aspiring and experienced secondary school teachers of American history, American government, and civics. - To see complete article - click here