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

Mini Ethnic College Fair

Rangeview High School will be hosting a Mini Ethnic College Fair with The Ethnic College Counseling Center on Thursday, February 28, 2019, in the College and Career Center from 8 am to 10:30 am. The mini college fair will have Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's), and Hispanic Serving Institutions present.
 
Students have to fill out the google form to guarantee a spot. The google form will be closed by Tuesday, February 26! 
 
Passes will be sent to all students that have signed up by Wednesday, February 27! 
 

Yearbook Applications – 2019 – 2020

Qualifications Overview
The yearbook staff is looking for dedicated, committed, creative, organized, enthusiastic individuals who are willing to work as part of a team. Yearbook staff members must be able to work with others, must be reliable, must meet deadlines, and must put in extra work sessions outside of the regular school day (often at work nights). Staff members must also be dedicated to having fun and creating the best yearbook this school has ever seen!

Application Process
If you believe you have the qualities described above, please complete the application process listed below.
1. Applicants fill out this form and turn it in to Mrs. Gebhardt’s mailbox or email aegebhardt@aurorak12.org by 3/7.
2. Those accepted by the yearbook staff will be notified of an informational meeting by 3/11.

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

Open Enrollment 2019-2020

RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT

Rangeview will be accepting open enrollment applications for the 2019-2020 school year from January 15 to May 1.  A completed application must be returned, in person to the Rangeview Main Office and include the following:

  1. The completed application form, Intra-District for those living within APS boundaries and Inter-District for those living outside APS boundaries.  Both applications are in a link below. 
  2. Parents of APS students will need to obtain the school documents below from the parent portal in Infinite campus. Parents of out of district students will need to obtain the documents from student's current school. Parents: please put your email on the completed forms.

Forms Required:

  • An unofficial copy of transcripts from current school and school year. 
  • Copy of attendance record from current school and school year.

For Out of District Students Only: 

  • Copy of discipline record- Available to you from your current school.

All completed application packets must be returned in person to the Rangeview Main Office.

Within APS Boundaries…

http://aurorak12.org/pol-reg/SectionJ/jfba.pdf

Outside APS Boundaries…

http://aurorak12.org/pol-reg/SectionJ/jfbb.pdf