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 Parchment.com, and submitted the required test scores (or registered for the March/April test dates) by March 30th.
Attention Juniors and Seniors! The wait is over! Prom tickets are on sale now on the OSP website. Please access the link through the RHS website and click on the OSP link to purchase your tickets. Prices increase each week leading up to prom. Do not delay! Buy your prom 2020 tickets today!
Meditation is offered in the HUB every Wednesday during B and C lunches and study halls. If you haven’t had a chance to try it yet, stop by to see what meditation is all about.
Today’s Women’s History Month feature is Charlayne Hunter-Gault, a distinguished journalist, author, and the first Black woman to desegregate the University of Georgia. Graduating from UGA in 1963, she has earned numerous awards including two Emmys and Peabody. Today, she is a PBS NewsHour Special Correspondent, and her most recent story aired on November 19, titled “How these Oregon Teachers are Fighting Back Against White Nationalism.”
Congratulations to Raquel Dominguez who scored fourth place this weekend for the high school division at the Atlanta Urban Debate League Tournament held at King Middle School!
Congratulations to the JV boys soccer team for notching three wins this past week versus Harrison, Cambridge and Woodstock. They remain undefeated, having outscored their opponents 41 to 6 so far this season. Good luck tonight away at Milton!
Congrats to the varsity boys soccer team for beating Cherokee 5-0 Friday night. Goals from Douglas Rezende, Christian Quintana, Rhajee Scarlett, Enrique Rigg and CJ Ryan. Assists from Brian Najar, Josiah Blanton and CJ Ryan. Come watch the boys take on Parkview this Tuesday night. Go hornets!
Congratulations to the Roswell Varsity Gymnastics Team to a GREAT start to our 2020 season last Friday Night.
There’s Magic to DO! Get your tickets for the RHS cirque production of PIPPIN at RHSPippin.com or any cast member. Tickets are $12.00 Reserved and $15.00 Premium. Seats are $15.00 at the door.
The University of North Georgia and Augusta University will stop by to talk with interested students about post graduate opportunities. If you would like to attend, sign up today in Student Services.
If you are interested in trying out for the Roswell High School Cheerleading program for the 2020-2021 season, there will be an informational meeting WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4th at 6:00 in the media center. Please bring a parent.
Students interested in playing volleyball in the fall should attend an interest meeting on Wednesday, March 4th at 7:50AM in the media center.
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.
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!!!
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.
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!
The Council for Exceptional Children has designated March 2-6, 2020 as Exceptional Children’s Week. Show your support for your exceptional friends here at Roswell High School by participating. On Tuesday, be a sport and support Special Olympics by wearing a jersey. On Wednesday, wear a hat for autism awareness. On Thursday, show your RHS spirit and wear green for cerebral palsy awareness, and on Friday wear rainbow colors to support all exceptional children.
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