Announcements 02/25/20

2020 – 2021 Dual Enrollment
The enrollment process is now open for students who wish to take dual enrollment classes next school year. Dual Enrollment programs provide opportunities for Georgia high school students to take college-level courses for free and earn credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree/career certificate at the same time. Program requirements at each college are different and it is up to the student to find out the requirements for the college they would like to attend.
Interested students and parents can pick up a Dual Enrollment Checklist handout from the Student Services office which details the dual enrollment application process.
All students must have applied to the college, requested their transcript via, and submitted the required test scores (or registered for the March/April test dates) by March 30th.

Are you planning to take the SAT? Be better prepared by attending the Princeton Review Prep Course! Class and practice tests begin March 7. Go to Student Services for sign up information.

If you are interested in trying out for an RHS cheerleading team, please bring a parent to the Media Center on Thursday, March 5 at 6 P.M. Please bring a parent to this informational meeting.

Seniors, if you want to apply to play in the Harbin Classic, our annual Faculty/Senior Basketball game, come pick up a form from Mrs Hartigan in room H110. All forms are due back to Mrs Hartigan by Tuesday March 3.

The Latino College & STEM Fair will be held on the Georgia Tech campus Saturday, March 14th. This is a free event that offers families a unique opportunity to meet with various community organizations as well as several college representatives. Come meet other Latino college students, parents, and professionals. Stop by Student Services for more information!

Attention RHS. The Black Student Union is hosting the first ever Black History Celebration program on Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at 6:15 PM in the auditorium. The guest speaker for the event will be none other than Ms. Stacey Abrams, former gubernatorial candidate. Come out and learn more about the rich history of African Americans and the importance of voting!!! Invite anyone and everyone that you know!!!

Representatives from the US Naval Academy and Augusta University will be here on Friday, February 28. If you are interested in attending, sign up in Student Services.

Want to give back to the community? Join Interact and the Red Cross for a Blood Drive on March 2nd, from 8:30 to 1:30 in the Atrium. You must weigh 115 lbs, and can donate at 16 with parent permission (see Mrs. Pierce in F 124 for the form).No permission is required if you are 17 or older. Register using the QR code provided on the flyers, and enter 30075 to find Roswell High School. Spaces will be distributed on a first come, first served basis! Let’s show the Red Cross some Roswell love!

Are you looking for an INTERESTING academic elective that counts towards YOUR GPA? Do you want to learn more about the World War II era and the Holocaust? DO YOU WANT TO WATCH THE SERIES “Band of Brothers”? If so, then add project based, World Studies to your schedule for next year.

Attention Juniors, Now is the time to apply for Work Based Learning and TI. Please see Mrs. Flemister in F116 during your study hall.

The TAG department will be offering advisement sessions during lunch and/or study hall this week for students with questions about course selection and/or four-year planning. All advisement sessions will take place in room B107. Ninth graders should come on Tuesday, Tenth graders should come on Wednesday, and Eleventh graders should come on Thursday during lunch or study hall time. If you come during study hall, we will give you a pass back to class. The TAG department is also hosting an advisement session for students and parents on the same topics before Special Programs Night on Thursday Feb 27th at 5:30pm in the auditorium. All are welcome.

Peer tutoring will be closed on Tuesday, February 25th. It will resume on Wednesday morning.

Congratulations to JV Boys Soccer with their 8-0 win over Harrison and the JV Girls team who also beat Harrison 2-0, giving them their first loss in seven years!

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Roswell High School - Go Hornets!

Roswell High School’s mission is to promote student learning, expect excellence, and celebrate achievement. Roswell High School is located in the suburbs of Atlanta, about eighteen miles north of the city. Although the original Roswell High School was established in 1949, the current facility opened in the fall of 1990. Truly serving as a valuable resource for the Roswell community, the school enjoys a close relationship with the city of Roswell as well as many local businesses and civic organizations. Roswell has been consistently recognized as one of Georgia’s top academic schools. With more than twenty AP courses offered, the school’s Advanced Placement Program is rated as one of the best in the country. Successful programs in athletics and the performing arts complement Roswell’s high academic achievements. We are Roswell. Go HORNETS!

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