Raider Excellence

Executive Internship Program for the 2019-20 School Year

Current Juniors who have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA and who are interested in participating in an internship during their senior year are welcome to apply for the Executive Internship Program through Pickens Technical College. The program allows high school seniors to spend one or two semesters with a professional from a variety of possible career fields. As an intern you will be assisting your sponsor and learning job-related responsibilities. This is also a great opportunity to also gain leadership skills and connect with professionals.

A second informational meeting will be held Wednesday, March 6th. Passes to attend the meeting will be sent to all students who qualify and who did not attend the first meeting. Applications are due  March 13th to the Rangeview Counseling Office. More information and the application can be found using the link below. Applications can also be picked up in the RHS Counseling Office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Moriarity in the Counseling Office or email her at lmmoriarity@aurorak12.org.

https://www.pickenstech.org/programs/executive-internship/

Science Fair 2019

The Science Department was excited to present the RHS Science Fair. The top 15 students from the Classroom Science Fair advanced to the RHS Science Fair  Tuesday, January 8, 2019, from 7:30am-4pm. Judging occurred from 9:30am-1: 30 pm. Pictures from the event are below. The top students are moving on to the next level at the Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at UC-Denver Feb 15-17, 2019

Below are pictures from the Regional Science Fair!

Video by: Irl  Paulallengan & Norbert Espinell Albaladejo

Black Education Impact Conference 2019

The Black Education Impact Conference, an event designed to bring attention to Colorado’s educational culture gap and to encourage group and individual ownership of our youth’s education and development. Colorado youth from a variety of high schools including Rangeview, were in attendance, as well as parents and community members.

The conference provided an opportunity for interaction and discussion to:

  • Elevate proven best practices associated with enhancing Colorado’s African American/Black youth’s educational experiences
  • Build a network of support for our youth’s success
  • Engage students, families, educators, and administrators
  • Expose the black community to scholarship and funding resources

Source:  http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SchoolOfEducation/Discover/News/Pages/Black-Education-Impact-Conference.aspx