Older Raider Excellence Stories

Model UN Competition

Congratulations to the following students who will attend the Model UN in New York City in March of 2024.  They have a lot of work ahead of them and we are very proud of their efforts.

Mareon, Isabella, Ingrid,  Hannah, Jayden, Brianna, and Taylor. 

Congratulations to the 2023 National Banner Schools

Congratulations to the 8 Colorado schools that were recognized as National Banner Unified Champion Schools by Special Olympics International!


Colorado State University

Denver East High School

Legend High School

Mead High School

Rangeview High School

Smoky Hill High School

Mead Middle School

North Valley Middle School

A school is recognized as a National Banner Unified Champion School when they demonstrate a commitment to inclusion by meeting 10 standards of excellence. We're proud of our #UnifiedGeneration here in Colorado! Special Olympics Colorado Website

Learn More About the 2023 National Banner Schools

SpecialOlympicsCO.org

2023 Seal of Biliteracy Flyer.pdf

Rangeview Boys Lacrosse team is excited to host a free boys and girls clinic. 


USA Lacrosse is excited to celebrate the sport of lacrosse this fall from Nov. 4-12, 2023. The second annual National Celebrate Lacrosse Week will bring the lacrosse community together in person to help showcase this special game.

This initiative aims to make lacrosse more welcoming, diverse, and inclusive. We welcome everyone from every walk of life to experience a sport with so much opportunity for all youth.

A key component of National Celebrate Lacrosse Week will be free Pick Up & Play clinics for children ages 6-14, allowing these youth players to try the sport and connect with local lacrosse organizations that provide opportunities to further their exploration of lacrosse.

Interested participants can use the link below to register for the clinics provided for their age groups. 

Two Sessions on Saturday, November 11th, at Rangeview High School. 

Age Group, 8-10 years old, Boys and Girls, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: https://uslacrosse.secure.nonprofitsoapbox.com/2023-pickupandplay-rangeview

Age Group, 10-14 years old. Boys and GIrls, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm: https://uslacrosse.secure.nonprofitsoapbox.com/2023-pickupandplay-rangeview1pm

Congratulations Raider Track & Field

The results from the state meet:

Boys

Girls

April 2023 - FBLA attended the State Leadership Competition Conference. After 3 days of testing, presenting, and attending workshops our team came away with 3 Groups of finalists. Luis Tinajero-Areola & Catherine Rajagukguk made it to the finals with their Community Service Project, Ilana Weathersby made the top 10 with her Computer Game and Simulation Program, and finally, our President Shahked Levin made it to the top 10 with her Business Ethics Presentation. GREAT JOB FBLA!!! 

Golf Signing

Congratulations to DeAngelo Williams for signing with Madonna University to play golf. DeAngelo was a four year starter for the RHS golf team.

Congratulations to the students who competed and won at the FBLA District Leadership Conference. 6 students qualified for the state competition that will take place at the Gaylord Rockies Resort in April.

Congratulations To Three Talented Rangeview Artists! 


London B, Danica G and Andrea H earned awards in the Scholastic Art & Writing Award.The work will be on display alongside other award-winning artwork from Colorado students February 1 - March 7. For more info: https://www.coloradoartawards.org/exhibitions 

We are thrilled to announce that Seniors Aiden Gamel, Zee Zilka, and Junior Nico Gable have been selected to perform in the Colorado All-State Choir! 

Out of the nearly 1500 students who auditioned, these three students were chosen to be part of one of the three choirs, Treble, Mixed and Tenor/Bass. They will be singing and performing with Internationally recognized clinicians and the culminating event will be a concert at the Buell Theatre in downtown Denver. This is the premier event for Choral High School Juniors and Seniors in Colorado and features the best singers across the state. The performance will take place on February 11th at 4pm. Tickets can be purchased at https://aschoir.com/festival/tickets/


Congratulations to our Girl's Swimming and Dive Team.

Rangeview girls took 1st place at the Denver Metro League B League Championship swim meet on Saturday, January 28, 2023! Our team will compete once last time next weekend Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3 & 4, 2023, at the A-League Championship meet!

Daniels Scholar Finalist

Congratulations to Karen Hidalgo Salcido for being named a Daniels Scholarship Fund Finalist. Karen is one of only two APS finalists. Way to go Karen!

1st Semester Highlights

Rangeview Theatre presents Puffs or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic.  For seven years a certain boy wizard went to a certain Wizard School and conquered evil.  This, however, is not his story.  This is the story of the Puffs… who just happen to be there too.  A tale for anyone who has never been destined to save the world and anyone who ever felt like they weren’t the hero of their own story.  Puffs will be presented on Thursday, November 10, Friday, November 11, and Saturday, November 12 at 7:00 PM.  Tickets are $10 adults, $9 for students, and $8 students with activities card. 

Puffs Final Poster.pdf

Amazon Future Engineer College Scholarship

Surprises come in all shapes and sizes. For our Ose, this surprise just so happened to be A BIG ONE!!! Congratulations to Ose Okhihan for winning the Amazon.com Future Engineer College Scholarship! $40K to pursue computer science at the school of his choice 

Daniels Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to Karen Hidalgo as a recipient of the Daniels Fund Scholarship. She joins a long tradition of Rangeview students earning this award. We wish her all the luck in the world as she moves into the next phase of her education. Karen plans to attend the University of California - Los Angeles.

23-24PomsTeamRoster.pdf

TSA 2023

Technology Student Association

The premier STEM competition in the state. Rangeview showed the diversity that makes us strong. Rangeview was the only APS School represented in the competitions. Rangeview is the State Champion in Solar Car Design. Shout out to Ilias Zaher, Ayo Adeyinka, and Nate Urban as our engineers. TSA attendees: Alexis Fenimore, Hermela Mizan, Noemi Lacunza, Ilana Weathersby, Nate Urban, Ilias Zaher, Ayo Adeyinka, Matthew Prudek, Caleb Tonk, Ose Okhihan

Choral Concert

Rangeview Choir, in collaboration with Dartmouth and Vassar Elementary Choirs, will be celebrating Music in our Schools Month with our annual combined choir concert on Thursday, March 9. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show starts at 7. The concert is free and we hope to see you there. 

BlackHistorySpiritWeek.pdf

7 PM - Rangeview Theatre

Tickets

$8 - Adults
$7 - Students
$6 - Students with Activity Card

APS Theatre Festival

Rangeview theatre kids performed at the Aurora Public Schools Theatre Festival on January 12, 2022 and they represented in true Rangeview fashion by sweeping the awards! If you have the following you can congratulate them on their accomplishments!


The Raider Cheers rocked it at the CHSAA State Spirit Competition tonight earning 4th place with the highest score in Rangeview division history. Congratulations! 

Rangeview Boys Basketball Coaches and Players will be running the BIG RED BASKETBALL CAMP


Holiday Break Camp! from December 26-29 at Rangeview HS (each day is 8am-3pm) – this 4 day camp for boys and girls grades 3rd to 10th, and is $150 for Aurora residents and $188 for non-residents.  Program code: 56854 – call or stop by any City of Aurora Rec. Center to register. Beck: 303.739.6888; Moorhead: 303.326.8315; Central: 720.859.4999


City of Aurora Youth Sports

Online Registration for City of Aurora



Congratulations to the 2022-2023 Inductees to the National Honor Society

2022-2023 Inductees

Dulce Aguilar Bonilla Bailey Kaskalavich

Abdullah Al-Jarah Andrea Luna Robles

Ariela Artagame Michael McGinnis

Janyissa Bannister Saron Mentesinot

Camilla Blanco Helguera Lidia Mulugeta

Hazel Bonansinga Hannah Myung

Tyler Brining Hillary Nguyen

Khiem Davison Chidera Okeke-Obasi

Ryan Djaber Ojemen Okhihan

Roxana Flores Ramirez Nada Orabi

Inaya Furquan Sarah Park

Gabriella Gallegos Celina Quach

Abigail Gardie Jason Quach

Vivien Grable Britney Rojas Berto

Kyliegh Grant Malia Schara

Yasmeen Hamilton Jacob Simangunsong

Anthony Hernandez Mhalet Siyoum

Ivan Hernandez Lillian Sorley

Judith Hernandez Correa Wendy-Germain Tamajong

Alexander Hernandez Lopez Luis Tinajero-Areola

Alliyah Hernandez Mejia Eliyana Tsehaye

Mason Hoffschneider Danielle Washington

Kallyna Hudson Almenesh Wolde

Kevin Jenkins Hiwot Woldemichael
Stephanie Karr Ilias Zaher 

It’s Our School, Too!
Presentation at 6 PM - November 30, 2022

The Rangeview Theatre Program and Unified Program are happy to bring you the Unified Play Production of "It's Our School Too!" on November 30th

It’s Our School, Too! is based on the interviews of youth throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area, in addition to Special Olympics: Youth Activation Committee members who live across the U.S. While the events in the play have been changed slightly for staging purposes, all of the scenes are based on the stories of the youth interviewed. In short, all of these things have happened and are happening in our schools on a daily basis. It’s Our School, Too! debuted at the Youth Activation Summit and National Education Conference, 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games at the Strauss Performing Arts Center on the University of Nebraska-Omaha Campus. The premiere was directed by Suzy Messerole, and performed by a cast of 13 youth. This script includes that full production, plus two additional scenes that directors may choose to include in the play if they wish. In 2016, the US-based Project UNIFY was rebranded to Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools. Under Special Olympics Unified Schools, Unified Champion Schools is a strategy aimed at promoting social inclusion through intentionally planned and implemented activities affecting system-wide change within schools and its community .

Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Corey Nabors (Class of 2006)

Dave Gonzales (Coach)

Davy Armstrong (Class of 2010)

Jaleel Awini (Class of 2011)

Katie Pham (Class of 2014)

Katie Termeer (Class of 2004)

Lars Vanetten (Class of 1989)

Rich Gomez (Game Announcer)

Rob Schurich (Coach)

Terry Davis (Class of 1993)

Wanda Brynoff (Athletic Secretary)

Event Recording

Slideshow Part 1

Slideshow Part 2

Raider Realm In Pictures

Decision Day for
Graduating Seniors!
May 1, 2022

Senior Class Officers

Student Body Officers

Senior Class Delegates

Junior Class Officers

Junior Class Delegates

Sophomore Class officers

Sophomore Class Delegates


Practice PSAT/ACT Results

Student Username is their full Google email address. Password is their Google password. Click here to go to the website. - Thanks to Mr. Petry for creating this for our students.

NHS Application Flyer.pdf

Election Information Night at Rangeview High School Media Center

Wednesday, October 26th @630.

Social Justice Members will help with understanding the political races, the ballot initiatives and choosing of judges.  This is a non-partisan event and the purpose is to educate our community and understand the ballot for election 2022.

Please bring your blue book or something to write on to take notes.

Hope to see you there

No Place For Hate

Rangeview has been honored as a "No Place For Hate" school for fourteen years. Above are Principal Lisa Grosz and Assistant Principal RyAnn Nelson Jaiyesimi holding that banner that will be mounted in the commons. 

Homecoming Dress-Up Days

Clash of the Classes Genres

Daniels Scholarship Winners
Rangeview is the place to be!

Three students from Rangeview are recipients of the Daniels Scholarship this year. Aurora Public Schools had a total of six award winners. We are very proud of Nabil Djaber, Ojoulape Folarin, and Vivian Tran. 

The Daniels Fund provides students the opportunity to obtain a four-year college education at any accredited non-profit college or university in the United States with full financial and personal support throughout the process. The prestigious scholarship covers all required tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and other miscellaneous college expenses. This recognition highlights each student’s outstanding leadership skills, exceptional character, and service to the community.

Students persevered through an extremely competitive and rigorous selection process that involved thousands of applicants from Wyoming, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado.

For the full story click here

Rangeview Unified Honored

Boettcher Scholarship Finalists

At Boettcher, we believe in the promise of Colorado and the potential of Coloradans. Every day we champion excellence across our state by investing in our most talented citizens and high-potential organizations, because supporting their hard work and leadership will enable them to give back for years to come.